The new book from Death Sentence’s Monty Nero, Frenemies sees a group of unlikely friends and rivals thrown together and sent off on an adventure through time and space. But can these Frenemies come together in order to make their way back home. Publisher: Monty Nero Writer: Monty Nero Artist: Yishan Li Price: Via Kickstarter […]
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Relics of Youth #1 sees a group of teenagers travel to a mysterious island. Is this yet another feather to Vault’s bow or will we finally find a chink in their armour?
“Prohibition is the perfect backdrop, it’s such fertile ground for stories” we talk to Andrew Maxwell about the new issues of Rum Row now funding on Kickstarter
Set in a world of bootleggers, gangsters and airborne speakeasies, Andrew Maxwell’s Rum Row is back and funding a new issue on Kickstarter.
The Last Sheriff has been one of our favourite indie western series from the minute it exploded back on the scene a few years back. Chris Jenkins and Chris Imber’s explosive sci-fi action series has grown and developed over the course of it’s 6 issue run, and with the addition of new series artist David […]
We’re fans of the team at Mad Robot Comics, with their unique take on modern horror with books like Cadavers and Murder Most Mundane. The latest book from the creators behind that last book is The Hanged Man, which is now funding on Kickstarter and sees a murder in a small village set a series […]
“I felt like I had to deal with my own thoughts before I tried to talk to anyone else.”” Lizzy Stewart on why she needed to create Walking Distance
Illustrator and children’s book author Lizzy Stewart returns to her comic roots, with Walking Distance, A highly personal look at modern womanhood and women who walk in movies. Told using a unique mix of dense blocks of text and beautiful images we were keen to find out more about how this wonderful book came into […]
“This world really pushes the boundaries over the top to a bit more of a whimsical level” Curtis Clow talks world building in Slight Exaggerated
We discovered the work of writer Curtis Clow earlier this year, thanks to fantastic books like Wild Cosmos and Beastlands. So we were delighted to see him return to Kickstarter with perhaps is most ambitious book yet – the gorgeous looking Slightly Exagerated. We caught up with Curtis to find out the secret of great […]
“I think on a surface level it’s easier to resonate emotionally to artwork” Rees Finlay on why he turned the story of his autism diagnosis into the comic book Reaffirmation
Chronicling the diagnosis of his autism in adult life, Rees Finlay’s latest book Reaffirmation is a thoughtful and highly personal look at a very emotive issue. And one which is perhaps not covered as much in comics, as other mental health subjects. We caught up with Rees to find out more about why he chose […]
From John Carter and Flash Gordon to Star Wars, Star Trek and beyond, space travel has long been a staple genre in storytelling, with a limitless galaxy being fertile grounds of practically any kind of tale. This week we take a look at one such tale as creators George Pell and Luke Horsman bring us […]
The fantastic Nottingham Comic Convention 2019 will be returning to Xxx on October 16th. One of the most enjoyable events of the year with a great focus on indie and small press comics, alongside some great big names, this years event is set to feature: Staz Johnson, Rachael Smith (Wired Up Wrong), Sally Jane Thompson […]