Indie Comics

Review: Petrichor (Good Comics)
We often talk about a comic pushing boundaries, however when it comes to Petrichor, the new book from Gareth A
Read more.
Review: The Offspring #1 & #2 (Correct Handed Prodcutions)
David Whalen’s The Offspring # 1 and 2 tells the story of four special people as they work together to
Read more.
Review: Harsh Prospect (Will Tempest)
Another discovery that came to use for our #DiscoverIndieComicsDay events, every Friday. Will Tempest’s Harsh Prospect is a thoughtful and
Read more.
Review: The Theory Volume 1 (TPub Comics)
This new anthology from tPub comics, (publisher of Turncoat, Theatrics and Twisted Dark) is the latest collection from their ‘Twisted’
Read more.
Review: The Robot War #1 (JF3CO)
While we often see robots defeating their human overlords in some manner, rarely do we see that uprising actually take
Read more.
Thought Bubble Comic Festival 2019 reveals new date and location
One of the UK comic scene’s most iconic conventions now has a new venue and a new date as Thought
Read more.
Review: Geek Girl: Lightning Strikes (Markosia Enterprises)
Creating a superhero with original powers is no easy task, but in Sam Johnson’s Geek Girl: volume 1 we get
Read more.
Review: Cognition #4 (Ken Reynolds Comics)
We've previously reviewed all four instalments of Ken Reynolds and Sam Bentley’s steampunk supernatural series, Cognition, and so we wouldn't
Read more.
Review: Waking Life (Comicker Digital)
Ben Humeniuk’s Waking Life is the tale of a princess and her young buddy in the world of dreams and
Read more.
Review: The EelMan Chronicles Volume 1 (Fenbeast Publications)
We were lucky enough to discover Chris Spalton’s outlandish tales about his dad’s antic in Norfolk in their earliest form. But
Read more.
Review: Heads #1 (Rik Jackson Comics)
With it’s second instalment currently on Kickstarter, we take a look at Rik Jackson’s initial outing of Heads, a sinister
Read more.
Review: Guantanamo Kid (SelfMadeHero)
This new book from SelfMadeHero is another fantastic example of how comics can be used to chronicle extraordinary lives. Following
Read more.