‘What is it, being a man? Do stars have a gender?’ Call Me Nathan from Catherine Castro and Quentin Zuttion follows Nathan’s journey through self-discovery and gender identity from a confused teenage girl to a confident man. Will this be another stellar read about serious issues from SelfMadeHero? Let’s find out!
There are few uk comic creators as original as Shaky Kane. From the epic Bulletproof Coffin to the superb Last Driver to last years awesome Kane and Able. But while is truly one of a kind it takes a certain kind of writer to really bring the best out of his unique technicolour artwork. Joining […]
Now available in a gorgeous paperback edition, we revisit Molly Mendoza’s Skip from Nobrow Press, which falls into the same Studio Ghibli-esque folktale inspired world that we loved in their recent releases like Hicotea or Gamayun Tales. As a young boy is transported into a dream like other world, along with his strange new friend […]
The latest offering from ComiXology Originals, .Self sees High Crimes writer Christopher Sebela explore a near future dystopian tech story, which these days has the simple short hand of being described as bit like Black Mirror. But what kind of reflection will we see when we look back in the virtual mirror at our .self?
The Miracles, created by Joe Glass, Vince Underwood, Harry Saxon and Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou, is an LGBT+ superhero comic about a young man who discovers he has superpowers, which leads to the reveal of an unknown history regarding his family.
This slice of demonic horror from ComiXology Originals sees superstar writer Scott Snyder (American Vampire, Nocterra) team back up with Batman and Spawn artist Greg Capullo, for a slice of grisly visceral story telling.
Comixology unveils new version 4.0 app update – does it finally include ComiXology Unlimited for the UK?
This week we saw ComiXology unveil a new version of its app and web store, and as big fans of all things digital comics we couldn’t wait to discover the new features. With news that that this update was set to bring Comixology closer into the fold of the Amazon parent company, surely this would […]
Our latest round up of the best small press comics forces us to take a real look at ourselves and our society, with the depravity of humans in The Blame #1, malicious bullies in Skyline #1, and a capitalist society of domesticated animals in The Domesticated Afterlife. Will these thought-provoking comics leave us feeling gloomy? Let’s find out!
The Eighties! For many a time of electro-pop, the miners’ strike, Thatcher and the terrifying spectre of nuclear Armageddon. For others a time of swords, sorcery, wizards and dragons! Cinematic offerings like Excalibur, Krull and Conan the Barbarian were re-watched time and time again on VHS tapes by many, providing a magical escape from reality. One of the most fondly remembered of these fantasy films is Hawk the Slayer, now resurrected by no less a team than Garth Ennis and Henry Flint. Should we crack open the mead to celebrate of is it a bit of a Knightmare?
There are many types of sub-genres in the world of Horror, from the slasher to the monster and beyond, but it can’t be argued that maybe the most effective is the stories where the evil is never seen, instead leaving your imagination to fill in the blanks. Well, Mad Cave Studios look set to offer up a story in that vein as they present Bountiful Garden Vol. 1. Created by Justin Birch and Ivy Noelle Weir, this is the story of a group of teenagers who wake up on their spaceship to find it has stalled around a mysterious planet.