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.
“It started out as a coping mechanism during late-night car journeys where I’d see a lot of dead animals around”
With it’s haunting image of a stag on the cover, and the strange and wonderful creatures inside, Claire Spiller’s RazeRead more.
Review: Frank at Home on the Farm #1-3 (Jordan Thomas)
With the World in Lockdown and Diamond closing its doors, temporarily ceasing distribution of comics to shops, the source forRead more.
“We want to bring all these creators together and create a place for them to show the world the amazing
SparkCon 2020 is the latest online comic convention that is helping to fill our schedules now that Coronavirus has seenRead more.
Review: Going to the Chapel Vol 1 (Action Lab)
Wedding days are supposed to be unforgettable, however this one just got even more memorable when a group of gunRead more.
Small Press Spotlight: Hopper! Detective of the Strange, Stan and Jack, Neotheric: Return of the King
With the world still in a state of self isolation we take a look at three more great small pressRead more.
Review: Action 2020 (Rebellion Publishing)
The latest classic British comic brand to get the Rebellion revival treatment is Action with Action 2020. The infamous seriesRead more.
“If we get them to change their entire world view that’s a bonus, but I’m mostly here for the gags!”
After having our mind blown by the discover of the fantastic Hocus Pocus from writer Rik Worth and artist JordanRead more.
Review: London Horror Comic #8 (London Horror Comic Ltd)
Since the Golden Age and the work of EC Comics, the horror anthology has been a staple of the comicsRead more.
Review: Raze (Good Comics)
The new book from Lost Light’s Claire Spiller and the fine folk at Good Comics, Raze is another story thatRead more.
Small Press Spotlight: The Clockwork Cavalier, Mahoneys #3, Findlay MacBeth
With everyone self isolating, what better time than to catch up on some excellent small press comics! This month weRead more.
“It’s a completely free, inclusive event. All comic creators need are books, personality, a smartphone, and an internet connection!” We
Even the world of indie comics is not immune to the effects of the Coronavirus. While for many the chanceRead more.