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.
We review the newest and best digital comics, from big name titles on platforms like ComiXology to essential indie titles and the latest app-based publishers.
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.
Vault Comics continue their run of exciting new titles with an intergalactic crime caper, Heist or How to Steal a Planet. Can this new title steal readers interest or will it simply end up doing time?
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 […]
Americana is the latest meticulous work from cartoonist Luke Healy and follows his exploits hiking the Pacific coast trail across America.
Carol Isaac’s thought provoking memoir of the former Jewish resident of Iraq is an immersive and thought provoking read of the highest order.
Part of Short Box’s monthly small press collection, we take a look at Ariel Ries’ Cry Wolf Girl. Publisher: Short Box Comics Writer/Artist: Ariel Ries Price: TBC A searing, red-hot danger pierces through Ariel Ries’ Cry Wolf Girl. Her contribution to this September’s ShortBox tells the gripping and frighteningly-drawn story of tribe member Dawa, whose […]