The latest classic British comic to get the Treasury of British Comics treatment from Rebellion Publishing. But instead of reprinting strips from the past, Tammy and Jinty Remixed features all-new material from a stellar collection of today’s finest creators.
We take a look at the first three issues of Shark of War, a digitally rendered action adventure about a genetically engineered Shark that becomes America’s greatest weapon. Can this comic make all others leave the waters or is it simply a small fish in a big sea?
Writing a follow up to the critically acclaimed winner of our indie comics of the year 2019 was never going to be easy, but with PUNO will Gustaffo Vargas be able to deliver another potential award winning volume of his Peruvian Cyberpunk adventure?
Following in the harrowing footsteps of Siberian thriller Road of Bones, with Sea of Sorrows Rich Douek and Alex Cormack are fast becoming one of those great indie creator combos thanks to this dark and foreboding tale set in the depths of the Atlantic ocean.
With Thistlebone Book 2 beginning it’s run this month in 2000AD, Rebellion have wisely decided to release a collected edition of Book 1. It’s beautiful and terrifying and one of the best strips 2000AD has published in years
DEGA is an ambitious, self published graphic novel from 2000AD artist Dan McDaid. It’s a slice of high concept, high quality science fiction which feels like it could have come from a vintage issue of Heavy Metal, and as such is is as beautiful as it is bewildering. Publisher: Dan McDaid Writer: Dan McDaid Artist: […]
We all know how sci-fi can be used as an powerful allegory for modern life issues – from racism to consumerism and beyond. Paul Allor and Paul Tucker’s new book Hollow Heart, from Vault Comics is a fantastic example of this using the genre to tell a really interesting and unconventional love story which challenges […]
Brigantia #1 and 2 by Christopher Mole and Melissa Tender is an historical (esque) fictional series about the protector Goddess of ancient Britain who finds herself thrust to the present day thanks to her enemy. Can this series find itself enough Believers or will it end up being forgotten?
Part of their new TKO shorts collection, Hand Me Down from Alex Paknadel, Jen Hickman and Simon Bowland is a slice of suburban, supernatural story-telling that is every bit as compelling as TKO’s more ambitious and high profile books like Sentient or Sara.
With the first volume of Vault’s Shadow Service due to be collected this April, now’s the perfect time to looks back at the supernatural private eye thriller that asks the question “What happens when London’s criminal underworld literally goes to Hell?”