Last year was a strong year for writer Andrew Clemson, as he managed to release not one, but two issues, of BOTH his ongoing series: Damsel from DISTRESS and Bete Noir. Fresh off a place in our Best of 2021, and glowing reviews of the debut issues, we take a look back at these issues and see if they managed to keep the magic!
Our latest round up of the best small press comics couldn’t be more diverse. From a lighthearted alien adventure in Alien Agency, to a dry humoured ant family in Ant Story and the gothic mystery romance in My Love Does Not Deserve Me, we can’t wait to dive in!
While Superheroes and Supervillains are often the main focus of our favourite comic books, it’s the henchmen and underlings that never seem to get as much focus they should. Fortunately, all that is different in Greg Smith, Sal Donaire and team’s webcomic the Henchman. But as we check out volume one, can the Henchman show its superpowers?
Here we are, the top 10 small press and indie comics of 2021! We hope you like what you find in here and that you use this as a chance to discover your new favourite indie and small press comic of 2021!
Our rundown of the best small press and indie comics of 2021 gets to the business end as we break the top 20. This lot includes: mysterious monsters, post apocalyptic boy scouts, animals in a castle and a book about premonition – but you knew that already! 20. I Walk with Monsters (Vault Comics) James […]
We continue our rundown of the best small press and indie comics of 2021 with: epic sci-fi from a Hollywood superstar, dreamy slavic folktales, buddy cop dramas and unsettling small town melodrama.
Our round-up of the best small press and indie comics of 2021 continues with retro anthologies, violent barbarians, alien gangsters and secret agent damsels!
We begin our rundown of the best indie and small press comics of 2021 with: dream like webcomics, horrific crime dramas, urban slice of life and star crossed sci-fi lovers!
There is a great tradition of indie comics featuring anthropomorphic animals from Scurry to MULP to Mice Templar and more. The latest to join this pantheon is Animal Castle from newcomers Ablaze Comics. But will this tale of a literal animal kingdom reign supreme or just be another one of the peasants.
It’s no secret, but we are huge fans of crime infused superhero stories. Whether it is mainstream books like Powers and the Long Halloween or more indie centric stories like Red Rocket Comet and Gateway City. As such we were intrigued when we caught news of a new book from Dan Christensen (Archer Coe) and […]