In her debut graphic novel, The Roles We Play, Sabba Khan presents a look into the day-to-day life of a second-generation Muslim born in the UK. This touching memoir explores what identity, belonging and memory mean for her and her family against the backdrop of this history.
The summer might have been a bit of a dead loss this year thanks to a mix of bad weather and Covid restrictions but for comic readers summer specials can make everything better. 2000AD have been publishing their sci-fi specials on and off since 1978. This year Rebellion carry on the tradition by changing the […]
We check out Vault Comics newest horror comic, Deadbox #1, by Mark Russell, Benjamin Tiesma and Vladimir Popov which tells the story of a cursed DVD distribution machine which gives its customers films that know more about their lives than the customer does. Will this be a box office smash or will it turn out […]
We check out the first chapter of Mara, a new webcomic by Writer Dylan Goss and artist Rosi Woo, about a young girl who begins a journey of revenge with help from a God when her tribe is killed. Publisher: Stuffed Rock Studios Writer: Dylan Goss Artist: Rosi Woo Price: Mara-Comic.com/Store Mara tells the story […]
We’re back with Volume 2 of Dani and Ramen: A Nomad’s Tale by the awesome Jake Morrison. Will this intriguing second issue answer all our burning questions from the first volume? Scroll on, dear reader! Publisher: Fishdog Studios Writer: Jake Morrison Artist: Jake Morrison Price: $15.99 from Fishdog Studios By the time we get to […]
David Bowie and comics are a perfect fit. The man who sang that we’ve “got to make way for the homo-superior” has appeared in his own Marvel comic (the Labyrinth adaptation written by Sid Jacobson and illustrated by none other than John Buscema) and his music is featured on the soundtrack to Guardians of the […]
Magma Comix presents Amber Blake Operation Dragonfly, a new adventure from the world of previously released European spy thriller by Jade Lagardère and Butch Guice. Can this title gain a licence to kill off the competition or is this world simply not enough for readers? Publisher: Heavy Metal/Magma Comix Writer:Jade Lagardère, Denton J. Tipton (Editor) […]
Halloween may still be a few months away but when it comes to comics, Horror can be anytime as James Blundell checks out a trio of horror based anthology issues including: London Horror Comic, Torments and Fables of Fear.
ComiXology’s Originals stable continues to bring out really interesting genre titles, this time its the turn of supernatural western Hailstone from Stout Club’s Rafael Scavone and Rafael de la Torre. But will this chilling cowboy tale leave its audience cold?
Scout Comics’ Black Caravan imprint has seemingly appeared from nowhere in the last year, releasing various horror titles for its better known sibling. Now, publisher Joseph Schmalke puts his own creative chips on the table with the first issue of We Don’t Kill Spiders, a historical, supernatural thriller about a viking trying to stop killings by a monstrous force.