Volume four of David Lumsden’s epic water logged, post-apocalyptic drama Boat is now available from BHP Comics. But is this new volume plain sailing or is it time to abandon ship?
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From the darkened garage of it’s creator’s the minds comes new vehicle of comic entertainment, Midnight Highway. With a second issue now on kickstarter, we check out this sci-fi/horror about a man and his car finding their way along a very unsettling road. But will it start readers engines or find its way to the scrapheap?
We check out another new Comic from Heavy Metal’s comic imprint, Magma Comix, as the first issue of Never Never hits the shelves. Created by Mark McCann and Phil Buckenham, this is a story of a young girl invited to a magical place, only to find her host is not all he’s hinted at being. […]
It’s been a while since we gushed about a new Vault Comics title, and this one definitely lives up its name. Barbaric follows the story of a Barbarian cursed to help people with a talking Axe, can this new series from Michael Moreci, Nathan Gooden and company show itself to be a cut above the rest or will it deserve the chop?
The Comixology Originals stable has evolved into a really interesting collection of titles: from LGBT superheroes, to afterlife taxis and arctic epics. The latest to join this eclectic crew is folk horror Double Walker but will it make great strides for original content or trip over its own feet on the way to the summit.
Rammur #1, which just finished its indiegogo campaign is created by Charles Santino and friends, and follows a technologically advanced thief in a techno-fascist police state. But is this comic truly a steal that’s worth doing time for?
Micah Myers is a lettering staple in the comics world, with credits at multiple publishers. He is currently on the final straight of the kickstarter for the second issue of this The Disasters, a supervillain comic series he created with Javier Caba. As such, we thought we’d check out if crime (or rather criminal focused comic) pays as well as lettering!
We’ve all heard of Sigmund Freud: the founding father of psychoanalysis, interpreter of dreams, creator of the theories of repression and the Freudian slip. But we’ve heard very little about one of his earliest disciples, Howard Frink. In ‘Frink and Freud: The American Patient’, writer Pierre Pèju and artist Lionel Richerand attempt to amend this, by telling Frink’s bizarre story from beginning to end, and how he inadvertently cast a dark shadow over Freud’s professional career.
We take a look at volume 1 of Scales and Scoundrels a fantasy series about a group of treasure hunters that has found a new home and lease of life thanks to its re-release at TKO Studios.
An ousted magician, banned from her guard because of patriarchal sexism. An ex-police detective who brutally lost her arm. Alone they struggle, together they form the supernatural crime fighting duo Smithers and Wing.