Our latest round up of small press comics features: native American pulp vigilates in The Owl: Osage Guardian; floral sisters investigating their mother’s mysterious death in The Deadliest Bouquet; and the brilliantly monikered Hardcore Bazooka All Stars!
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About as different as can be from the creator of ‘Badger vs. Tiger’, John Cei Douglas brings us ‘a silently sequential narrative journey’ in All The Places In Between – a subtle and thoughtful look at mental health and identity from Liminal 11.
Our latest small press spotlight features a selection of comics with an horrific edged to them. They include: tortured robots in ID-10T – Error; mysterious mental patients in Busy Littles Bees; and a creepy road to hell in Clutch.
Having recently completed a successful Kickstarter Campaign, Grayham Puttock and Adam Jakes’ Longpig #1 is a horror thriller about a mysterious family with a taste for the disturbing. But is this really a delectable entree to a great new comic series or will it leave readers with a bitter taste?
Our latest round-up of great new indie comics has a very crime focused feel with arctic misadventure Freak Snow, Blue Fox Comics’ undead revenge thriller Jimmys Vendetta and Ed Whiting’s 70s grindhouse crime thriller Bigger Fish.
Set in five different corners of London (East, West, North, South and Central), Ramzee’s ‘LDN’ takes us on a journey through the London underground, stopping to tell five completely different narratives. Told in short story format with unique art-styles for each tale, Ramzee gives the reader a varied social commentary on what it’s really like to live in the big city.
The Sagas of the Shield Maiden Book One details events of a single, titular character’s many adventures, can the Asa Wheatley written comic reach a Valhalla level of success with readers?
We continue our look at some of the fantastic comics released by small press superstars Good Comics (see also our review of FML). This time we check out The Good Comics Reader Volume 2, Return by Niki Bañados and Fishes May Come Back – Emre Altindag. Good Comics Reader Volume 2 – Various This anthology […]
‘FML Comics’ is an autobiographical collection of comic strips from artist and writer Natasha Natarajan. As she anecdotally navigates her way through relatable problems with self-esteem, mental health and personal growth between the period of 2016-2020, Natarajan finds herself developing as both a writer and artist, and as a person.
Modelled very closely on DC Thompson’s classic Starblazer and the other ‘Picture Libraries’ it published, can Sentinel bring this format of storytelling to a new generation of readers?