How is your identity constructed? What makes you special? For art student Sam, the subject of Steven Christie’s new graphic novel Turtlenecks, it’s his striking blue flower that he proudly wears every day.
Imagine being stuck in your own body, powerless to control anything happening around you, including the suffering of your family as they watch you deteriorate. In 2013, this actually happened to Zara Slattery, and in her autobiographical graphic novel ‘Coma’, she details how she, and her husband Dan, deal with this traumatic event.
‘The Dancing Plague’ was a real-life phenomenon – in 1518, people started dancing and couldn’t stop. This might sound entertaining, but Gareth Brookes’ take on the event showcases a much darker interpretation of one of history’s most bizarre and unexplainable epidemics.
The issues of identity, memory and loss are huge themes throughout Reza Farazmand’s debut full length graphic novel ‘City Monster’, but will Ghost ever find out the truth about his past life?
We take a look at the first three issues of Shark of War, a digitally rendered action adventure about a genetically engineered Shark that becomes America’s greatest weapon. Can this comic make all others leave the waters or is it simply a small fish in a big sea?
Writing a follow up to the critically acclaimed winner of our indie comics of the year 2019 was never going to be easy, but with PUNO will Gustaffo Vargas be able to deliver another potential award winning volume of his Peruvian Cyberpunk adventure?
It’s looking like being a strong year for Black Mask Studios (4 Kids Walk Into A Bank, Beautiful Canvas) as they seem to be announcing one great new book after another at the moment. The first we’re going to check out is The Forevers from Youth writer Curt Pires and artist Eric Scott Pfeiffer, but […]
With nearly 80 years of publishing history amongst them, Superheroes have been the centre of a lot of stories, many of which can find its roots in real life. However, in this genre where there is the ‘illusion of change’ one story which is most often overlooked is the idea of a superhero as a […]
Our review of the first issue of this queer high school comedy got lost in the first lockdown. And so with the second issue now funding on Kickstarter we thought it was the perfect time to dust off our voodoo kit and re-enter the world of Darkboy and Adler
We’ve all had that awkward first meeting with a new partner’s parents, but what if they turn out to be hideous people who actually make your partner worse by being around them? This is the central premise of Charlot Kristensen’s debut book from Avery Hill, but will our heroine Farai deal with this encounter? Publisher: […]