Mohar Kalra’s Novelty is the latest quirky curiosity from the team at Good Comics. A thoughtful and thought provoking look at mental health, that reads more like a surrealist head trip, than a slice of personal introspection. Publisher: Good Comics Writer: Mohar Kalra Artist: Mohat Kalra Price: £10 from Good Comics Novelty begins in a […]
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Small Press Spotlight: Pup and Grumpicorn, Leaf, The Wedding of Njord and Skadi and Sliced Quarterly Volume 3
Our latest round up of the best of small press features a new collection of Pup and Grumpicorn stories from Gav and Emily Mitchell, Leaf, the latest from Fair Spark Books, Nordic folk tales in The Wedding of Njord and Skadi and Ken Reynolds final volume of Sliced Quarterly. Pup and Grumpicorn (We Are Happy […]
Small Press Spotlight: Portsmouth Comic Con 2019 – The Black Iris, Merrick: The Sensational Elephantman, Here and There
We take a look back at the best of small press which we picke up at this year’s Portsmouth Comic Convention. The Black Iris (Sassafras Press) Russell Olson’s The Black Iris started life as an Inktober experiment at the end of 2018, but with a Comic con on his doorstep and no new book, he […]
Our latest round-up of the best of small press comics features battling wizards, an anarchic afterlife, a feline super assassin and the discovery of a new small press superstar in the making!
We’re big fans of books set in the afterlife, from the existential like Sandman and Fearscape to the more idiosyncratic like Afterlife Inc. The latest to join this motley group is Charles Raymond’s Death Inc. but will it be heavenly, or just stuck in purgatory?
We often talk about a comic pushing boundaries, however when it comes to Petrichor, the new book from Gareth A Hopkins then there really is nothing else out there quite like this.
With it’s second instalment currently on Kickstarter, we take a look at Rik Jackson’s initial outing of Heads, a sinister and unnerving crime thriller about a private detective trying to solve a case about three girls wearing very bizarre heads. Can this comic put all the pieces together to make itself a success or will […]
With much of the country covered in snow and ice, it was time for the UK comic scene to begin with True Believers Comic Festival 2019.
Accent UK are well known for bringing us an eclectic range of comics such as Wolfmen or Western Noir. We take a look at Kia Wordsmith, which Accent successfully Kickstarter last year, and wherein writer Dave West unleashes an idea years in the making (with help from artist Ian Ashcroft) about a young woman attempting to find her […]
Last February, we took a look at Nic Paul’s and Rory Donald’s first issue of Resurrection Men and found it to be quite the enjoyable read. Well, almost a year later, Messrs Paul and Donald have now returned with the second issue of their title as it continues to follow James Stone’s battle with the […]