Following on from our fantastic interview between Monty Nero and Joe Glass, we’ve also been gifted an exclusive first look at the cover of Monty’s new comics: Frenemies: The Lost Planet which is debuting on Kickstarter this Wednesday 14th October.
“If The Pride was me bringing gay pride to comics, Glitter Vipers is me bringing GAY RAGE” Joe Glass talks to Monty Nero about The Pride, Glitter Vipers and more!
We always mention how amazing the UK comic scene is at supporting each other, and so we are delighted to bring you a fantastic collaboration between Death Sentence’s Monty Nero and The Pride’s Joe Glass. The two have sat down to talk inspirations, the state of the UK scene and the recent news that Joe’s […]
While the origins for becoming a hero can be as varied as the powers themselves, writer Jason Cook isn’t afraid to take step to the dark side with Blake Undying, the tale of a young man who tries to kill himself but finds out he cannot die and so uses his new-found powers to help. […]
Vehi-Kill is a fun and full throttle read, that hits top speed very quickly and never lets the foot off the pedal as it plows through it’s world on a blood soaked killing spree of vehicular mayhem!
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.