After twenty years in the making, Jordan Crane’s much anticipated magnum opus, Keeping Two, is finally here! Illustrated in stand-out neon green, and mixing elements of fantasy and reality, can this passion project live up to the hype? Let’s find out!
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Ring ring! Ring ring! The insidious phone won’t stop ringing for neighbours Sissy and Lola, and it’s leading them down some pretty dark paths! Find out what it all means in a new mystery from Benji Nate, Hell Phone Book 1!
Following his death, a ghostly lover tries to reconnect with his widow – but does ‘for better or for worse’ really apply when your spouse is dead?! Find out in Natasha Alterici’s wordless graphic novel, Haunted Beloved!
From the death of a friend, insightful near death experiences, hallucinations and slice of life, this small press spotlight from Nova Scotia based Conundrum Press has it all! Have we just discovered a small press gem?!
Set in 1930’s USA during The Great Depression, photographer John Clark is tasked with documenting the Dust Bowl; a period of severe dust storms that damage ecology and agriculture. But how much can photographs help the plight of the people when it comes to deadly dust storms wreaking havoc? Find out in Aimée de Jongh’s new graphic novel, Days of Sand!
‘Arr ye ready kids?!’ Today we’re taking a deep dive under the ocean to Bikini Bottom, home of a particularly loveable sponge and his fishy pals. Can Spongebob Comics Volume 1 live up to the creativity and vibrancy of its TV counterpart? There’s only one way to find out!
‘What is it, being a man? Do stars have a gender?’ Call Me Nathan from Catherine Castro and Quentin Zuttion follows Nathan’s journey through self-discovery and gender identity from a confused teenage girl to a confident man. Will this be another stellar read about serious issues from SelfMadeHero? Let’s find out!
Our latest round up of the best small press comics forces us to take a real look at ourselves and our society, with the depravity of humans in The Blame #1, malicious bullies in Skyline #1, and a capitalist society of domesticated animals in The Domesticated Afterlife. Will these thought-provoking comics leave us feeling gloomy? Let’s find out!
We’re taking a deep dive into the belly of the beast this week with a return to *shudder* middle-school (secondary school for us Brits!). As a shy newbie, Maggie’s already feeling a little wrong-footed. But if she rolls the right number on her dice, everything will be fine, won’t it? Find out in Veronica Agarwal & Lee Durfey-Lavoie’s debut graphic novel Just Roll with It!
Our latest round up of the best small press comics couldn’t be more diverse. From a lighthearted alien adventure in Alien Agency, to a dry humoured ant family in Ant Story and the gothic mystery romance in My Love Does Not Deserve Me, we can’t wait to dive in!