Rok The God is the sequel to the critically acclaimed Rok of the Reds, a mix of sports and sci-fi from writers John Wagner and Alan Grant. But will this new volume help raise this series to god-like new heights?
We broaden our global horizons with a look at Decapolis: Prelude to Bathory #1 by South Korean based creator Geovanni Flores as he gives readers a first look at the heroes of his own world.
The first book from Josh (Glorious Wrestling Alliance) Hicks’ new venture CPE Books, is Biggol, a fantastic documentary comic from his long time table mate Ioan Morris. Biggol tells the story of a fictitious fantasy TV program in the 1960s and reads like a TV documentary with talking heads, interviews and flashbacks. It’s steeped in […]
The 77 is the latest series to try and rekindle that 70s spirit of comic anthologies like Action or Warrior. Evolving out of a 2000 AD Facebook group, editor Ben S Ky has assembled a really eclectic and interesting group of stories for this debut.
We follow Vault Comics into outer space with the recent release of George Mann and Joe Eisma’s Engineward. But is this comic out of this world?
My Love Lies Under The Sea is one of those comics where trying to explain what happens in it, diminishes it’s impact.
Debuting on Kickstarter this week comes IND-XED a slice of really unique and thought-provoking dystopian science fiction from writer Fraser Campbell (Alex Automatic) and artist Lucy Sullivan (Barking).
The new book from Reckless Hero sees them bring the trademark high impact visuals that we love in The Last Sheriff and Operation Boom!, to this unique genre mash up. Knights vs Pirates sees artist Chris Imber and Chris Jenkins teaming up with ALV writer Jay Martin for a full length graphic novel that feels […]
Continuing his current purple patch of great collaborations, The Department of Truth is the new book from Martin Simmonds (Dying Is Easy) that sees him join forces with James Tynion IV to bring us a dark look at the world of conspiracy theories and mysterious government agencies.
Quarantine sees Jordan Thomas and an army of top class comic artists used the lockdown to their advantage by telling a story about what happens to a family who are forced to remain in their own home.