Two of the UK’s top independent creators have combined forces to create a Marvel style crossover, as Jon Lock’s Afterlife Inc and Nich Angell’s 7String collide in The Heavenly Chord. Now available in one book will this duo be music to everyone’s ears or will it hit a bum note?
A new ongoing series from Marvels and Astro City creator Kurt Busiek, Tooth and Claw #1 is said to be his most mature series to date, focusing on a tale set around wizards, sorcery and many elements of a forgotten past. But can this new book be as spellbinding as we all expect or is that a […]
With Steve Rogers passing the mantle of ‘Captain America’ to his longtime partner and friend Sam Wilson a.k.a. The Falcon, the ‘flying Cap’ is coming to Marvel’s Infinite Comics in Captain America: Fear Him #1. Can this be an opening salvo success, or will ‘flying Cap’ fall straight into a tailspin?
Horror supremo Clive Barker’s frightening short stories from the 1980s are brought to life on the Madefire Motion Book platform – just in time for Halloween with Clive Barker’s Books of Blood #1.
After waiting, waiting and then waiting a little bit more, writer Ryan Garcia is finally able to see his comic book script come to life. But what’s the next step in the process and how will he feel about what his artist has produced?! We find out in The Garcia Method: Page Sketches and Rethinking […]
Action Lab Entertainment’s new sci-fi adventure title Planet Gigantic #1 is an anthology type following two genetically engineered children on a strange world. But will this be an interstellar success or will it fail to lift off from the start?
Our titular hero faces up to a the threat of a Samurai Gorilla and uncovers a dastardly Japanese trap for the Allied forces in Mono #4. But can this Madefire original retain it’s high quality with it’s new regular release schedule?
Image Comics latest creative super duo of Scott Snyder and Jock brings us Wytches #1, a uniquely dark and twisted spin on familiar supernatural entity. But is this the beginnings of a spellbinding series or will it simply cause the readers to hop on a broomstick and fly away?
The latest volume of David Lloyd’s award-winning digital comics anthology, Aces Weekly Volume 3, is now available as a collected edition on ComiXology with some old friends returning and a host of new characters and stories as well.
No stranger to digital comics thanks to their purchase of Comixology, Amazon’s own imprint, Jet City Comics was launched as their own attempt to gain a market share, which continues with the first issue of Cimarronin: A Samurai in New Spain #1. But can this book continue to help them fly in terms of selling comics, […]