Plainer Jane #1(Broken Face Comics) While this might sound like a lost story from Tammy or Jinty it’s anything but. Plainer Jane is not your average school girl, she is actually a dark web assassin who kills for cash. This debut issue from Broken Face Comics follows her origins from confused young girl who kills […]
We delve once again into the ever growing vault of … well, Vault, who seem to be intent in their (apparent) goal of world conquest with yet another awesome new series. This time around it is Dan Watters and Kishore Mohan’s The Picture of Everything Else, a haunting portrait of the late 19th century art […]
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 […]
Ruination tells the story of Dante, Jalen and Keila, three young people from two very different sides of a war long ended. Now, all three continue their respective lives through peacetime, unaware of the others.
As you might presume when you see the title, and that one of the co-creators is Darick (The Boys) Robertson, the glorious Space Bastards is an anarchic, foul mouthed and violent book set in the world of intergalactic package delivery. But can the second volume, now funding on Kickstarter, continue to deliver? Publisher: Humanoids Writer: […]
We check out the trade edition of Join the Future, from Aftershock Comic, Zack Kaplan and Poitr Kawalski, about a young woman’s mission for justice against the people of a technologically advanced city. Is the future bright for this series or this the wrong time for it to shine?
Spencer and Locke writer David Pepose brings us Scout’s Honor, a post-apocalyptic world based on the teachings of a Scout group. But can this new title from Aftershock Comics gain the merit badges it needs to survive in comic shops?
After the exceptional 12 months we have been through, there really could only be one choice for this year’s winner of best indie and small press comic 2020:
Here it is, 9 of the very best indie and small press comics of 2020. The overall winner of our poll will be announced tomorrow, but for now enjoy outstanding anthologies, unlikely genre mash ups, the worlds greatest detective as you’ve never seen him before and comics that will mess with your mind! #10 SKRAWL […]
We hit the business end of the countdown, with British folkloric horror, environmental myths, cold war paranoia and exciting new talents.