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.
The latest exciting new series from Vault Comics sees Cavan Scott and Corin Howell unleash a private eye whose also a witch on the world in Shadow Service.
The New Normal (4/9) Tiny Acts of Violence, Write It In Blood, Bad Karma, Making Comics with Matt Garvey and more!
Welcome to the latest edition of our weekly indie comics round-up The New Normal. This week we take a look at an incredible new graphic novel which arrived in our inbox fully formed, discover how to get into comics with Matt Garvey, look back at some great titles from Panel Syndicate, and also look back […]
You wait months for a new Panel Syndicate book and all it takes is a global pandemic and suddenly we get two in quick succession. Joining Ed Brubaker’s Friday on the pay-what-you-want platform is Bad Kharma, a buddy comedy about PTSD and a wrongful murder. Publisher: Panel Syndicate Writer: Alex De Campi Artist: Ryan Howe, […]
We love it when a book arrives on our reading list, fully formed and without a Kickstarter campaign or publisher preview to precede it – it’s a reminder of the quality and dedication some creators have to their craft. Martin Stiff’s cold war spy thriller/mystery Tiny Acts of Violence is just such a complete finished […]
It’s no secret that we are huge fans of Avery Hill Publishing here at Pipedream Comics. Their unique brand of thoughtful and esoteric comics has introduced us to the likes of Rachael Smith, Tille Walden and many more. And the latest to join this glorious roster of creators is Zoe Thorogood, with The Impending Blindness […]
We’ve always been fascinated by the way of the Samurai. From comic character Usagi Yojimbo, to the (partial) influence of the Jedi from Star Wars and beyond, this warrior class has permeated our collective imaginations. However, when it comes to direct storytelling, the Samurai tends to hold less interest than the Ronin, their masterless counterpart. […]
The latest series from ComiXology Originals stables sees Curt Pires and Alex Diotto bringing us a really interesting talk on the teenage superhero coming of age story. Publisher: ComiXology Originals Writer: Curt Pires Artist: Alex Diotto, Dee Cuniffe, Micah Myers Price: £2.39 per issue from ComiXology Frank and River are your average teens, after a […]
“It’s like ‘what if Mad Max: Fury Road and The Hurt Locker took place in the Wizard of Oz?’ ” we talk to David Pepose about The O.Z. now funding on Kickstarter
As the world starts to recover from the chaos caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve seen businesses and industries reopen again. The same applies to comics as publishers resume their ongoing series and new titles are finally released. This also means that independent creators can return to the business of creating their own projects. One […]