How to fund an indie comic on Kickstarter – our experts guide!
Kickstarter is the new shop window for indie comic creators, with dozens of titles funded every week. But how doRead more.
Review: The Misadventures of Spring Heeled Jack (Tom Sparke Comics)
We check out the first issue of The Misadventures of Spring-Heeled Jack, a new all-ages comic from the mind ofRead more.
Review: Adventures of a System Admin #1-4 (SulaWeb Inc)
While IT may not sound a scintillating place for an indie comic, writer Juan Espinosa makes Adventures of A SystemRead more.
Review: Crow Song (Anthony Vanraes)
Crow Song is an anthology of four stories from writer Tony Vanraes feels more like a pitch for 4 excitingRead more.
Small Press Spotlight: Project Hoax, Zarjaz #35, Cat and Meringue
We begin working through our pile of new small press books that we picked up at this month’s True BelieversRead more.
Review: Mr Doyle’s Class Presents A Study In Scarlet (Portsmouth City Council)
One of our most eagerly anticipated comics for 2020, Mr Doyle’s Class Presents A Study in Scarlet sees Mad RobotRead more.
“Even the strangest of places need some sort of framework” Norm Konyu discusses the dreamlike world of The Junction
Norm Konyu’s The Junction has firmly found itself at the top of our favourite reads of 2020 so far, andRead more.
Review: The Show Complete Collection (Jed McPherson)
Television has always been considered the ultimate form of voyeurism, but no more so than today with the advent ofRead more.
Review: Vessels #3 (Card Shark Comics)
After the fantastic success of Killtopia last year, writer Dave Cook as returned to his fantasy adventure series, Vessels forRead more.
Review: Lad: The Homecoming #1 (Umar Ditta)
Lad: The Homecoming #1 is the kind of foul mouthed and sweary comic your mother warned you about. Yet itRead more.
Kickstarter We Love: The Show – Complete Collection
With it’s mix of media satire and all out zaniness, we were sold on Jed McPherson’s reality TV gone wrong,Read more.
News: Big plans ahead for ComicScene Magazine in 2020
It's been an amazing year for ComicScene magazine, but 2020 is set to be even more exciting! We catch upRead more.