For as long as there have been societies, there have also been secret societies. From the Illuminati to the Knights Templar, secret groups have permeated fiction of all kinds and are (paradoxically) as popular as ever. This week, a new secret entity makes its debut into Pipedream’s comic world as we check out The Rose […]
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One of our favourite things here at Pipedream Comics is when we get sent a debut book from a new creator and it just blows us away with high quality originality. One such book is The Junction, from Norm Konyu, a poignant and powerful tale of grief and loss in small town America that is […]
This week, we take a look at Jagoba Lekuona’s light-hearted adventure comic, Smacks and Guzzlers, which follows the wacky deeds of two would-be adventurers looking to make their fortune in a world where most adventurers are, admittedly better than they are. Can this comic find the treasure that is reader’s enjoyment or is this one […]
This week, with their new kickstarter only just round the corner, we check out the first 4 issues of David S Crispino and Tony Gregori’s time travelling adventure comic, Ancient Noise. Can this comic, which sees a team of time traveller’s cause all sorts of mayhem when a mission goes very wrong, bag itself another […]
With a new year now upon us it’s a great chance to catch up on some of the small press titles we were sent over December while we were distracted with our end of year awards. This month we look at ghostly monks, music inspired superheroes and sci-fi sheriffs.
George Lennox and Russel Olson return with the second issue of their 80s infused crime comic Lady Hollywood, but can this intricate drama keep us hooked?
Emma Vieceli and Malin Ryden’s LGBTQA+ love story is a perennial favourite here at Pipedream Comics, but one that we’ve not reviewed, until now!
Vault Comics continue their high quality, genre spanning output with Black Stars Above #1 a chilling historical horror from Lonnie Nadle and Jenna Gha.
This years award for ‘graphic-novel-we-really-should-have-read-sooner’ goes to Tillie Walden’s Are You Listening? A thoughtful and powerful road story of two young women travelling through Texas with a supernatural cat.
We are delighted to announce that MANU by Gustaffo Vargas has been awarded Indie Comic of the Year 2019 – as chosen by the readers of Pipedream Comics, A Place To Hang Your Cape and ComicScene magazine. This dystopian sci-fi tale, set in the dank jungles of Peru where cybernetic jaguars defend their mistress from […]