The fine folk at Vault Comics continue their fantastic form of 2019, with Finger Guns another outstanding comic from Justin Richards and Val Halvorson, that’s puts two fingers up to it’s competitors! Publisher: Vault Comics Writer: Justin Richards Artist: Val Halvorson, Rebecca Nalty (Colours), Taylor Esposito (Lettering) Price: £2.49 from ComiXology Wes is your average […]
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We check out the first issue of The Misadventures of Spring-Heeled Jack, a new all-ages comic from the mind of Tom Sparke about an old London thief with a heart of gold and a serious spring in his step. However, can this cartoony cat burglar steal the hearts and minds of readers everywhere or will […]
While IT may not sound a scintillating place for an indie comic, writer Juan Espinosa makes Adventures of A System Admin read like all action rollercoaster!
Crow Song is an anthology of four stories from writer Tony Vanraes feels more like a pitch for 4 exciting new comic series than a collection of shorts.
We begin working through our pile of new small press books that we picked up at this month’s True Believers Comic Festival. Project Hoax (Signal Comics) As big fans of Samuel George London’s Milford Green books, the prospect of him teaming up with Vanguard’s Dan Butcher to bring us a story set in the early […]
One of our most eagerly anticipated comics for 2020, Mr Doyle’s Class Presents A Study in Scarlet sees Mad Robot Comics’ Matt Hardy (Murder Most Mundane) team up with Russell Mark Olson (Gateway City) to bring as a unique all ages reimagining of the first ever Sherlock Holmes story. But will this problems of adapting […]
Television has always been considered the ultimate form of voyeurism, but no more so than today with the advent of so many reality shows. Therefore, it stands to reason that comics would eventually start using this ‘genre’ as inspiration for its stories. This week, having previously looked at a couple of its single issues, we […]
After the fantastic success of Killtopia last year, writer Dave Cook as returned to his fantasy adventure series, Vessels for a third issue. Set in a society renown for being able to travelling through their dreams they must face down a force which could link them to a world not unlike our own. Can Vessels […]
Lad: The Homecoming #1 is the kind of foul mouthed and sweary comic your mother warned you about. Yet it has a really dark charm that draws you in.
Andrew Maxwell’s Rum Row is back for a third issue of pulp inspired action and adventure. Along with new series artist Gavin Mitchell!