It’s been over two years since my last convention, thanks in no small part to terrible circumstances we have all found ourselves. However, with restrictions having been lifted and life returning (somewhat) to normal, the comic must return with and that is no better exemplified by the return of the conventions. In a country where […]
Comics, mainly thanks to the success of the Marvel movies, have never been more central to the popular culture. I still find it hard to believe that in the past sixth months we’ve had an Eternals movie and a Moon Knight TV show. Comic cons are equally ubiquitous but they do seem to be missing […]
The new book from Mahoney’s Rich Carrington is a slice of classic superhero action wrapped up in a glorious ‘what if’ concept and is coming soon to Kickstarter. But does this tale of a hero with finite powers run out of juice before the climactic ending, or does it have enough in the tank to save the day?
With Superstate, Blur’s Graham Coxon joins Margaret Atwood and Keanu Reeves in the ‘Comics Written By People Who Aren’t Famous For Writing Comics’ club. But is Superstate a Great Escape or is it more a case or Modern Life is Rubbish?
From the death of a friend, insightful near death experiences, hallucinations and slice of life, this small press spotlight from Nova Scotia based Conundrum Press has it all! Have we just discovered a small press gem?!
What if impossible entities like vampires and aliedid exist? Would they be real? Or are they just making things up? Well, Adam Hodge and Luke Horsman delve into that question with Journee #1, which sees a former cop encounter someone who claims to have extraordinary talents.
At Last the Light is a gothic tale set in the nineteenth century, a tale of ghosts, fog and abandoned lighthouses. Will it sweep you up to Wuthering Heights or send you plummeting down as dramatically as The Fall of the House of Usher? Let’s find out.
This month’s small press spotlight sees us turn our attention to some shadowy contemporary crime in Point Blank, a case of supernatural writers block in Deadliner and a fantastical owl adventurer in Mossvale.
Set in 1930’s USA during The Great Depression, photographer John Clark is tasked with documenting the Dust Bowl; a period of severe dust storms that damage ecology and agriculture. But how much can photographs help the plight of the people when it comes to deadly dust storms wreaking havoc? Find out in Aimée de Jongh’s new graphic novel, Days of Sand!
Released through Vault Comics, Quests Aside, created by Brian Schirmer, Elena Gogou, Rebecca Nalty and AndWorld Designs, is a story about the goings on within a medieval tavern for both its staff and patrons.