With a kickstarter campaign currently in full swing for the oversized collected edition, we check out Samuel George London and Mikael Hankonen’s The Milford Green Saga. Is this series, about a Victorian village bearing witness to an alien Invasion, out of this world?
‘The Dancing Plague’ was a real-life phenomenon – in 1518, people started dancing and couldn’t stop. This might sound entertaining, but Gareth Brookes’ take on the event showcases a much darker interpretation of one of history’s most bizarre and unexplainable epidemics.
Every now and then we find a comic which just ticks all the boxes and you can tell it is going to something rather special from the very first page you see of it. The latest to get this weighty accolade is Matt Emmons’ Gardener, which is currently funding on Kickstarter, but what makes this book worth digging up?
With a new artist onboard, can the latest instalment of mechs and mayhem book Killtopia continue its high-tech rampage through the world of UK indie comics. Or is this reboot going to cause a system wide shutdown?
Modelled very closely on DC Thompson’s classic Starblazer and the other ‘Picture Libraries’ it published, can Sentinel bring this format of storytelling to a new generation of readers?
The issues of identity, memory and loss are huge themes throughout Reza Farazmand’s debut full length graphic novel ‘City Monster’, but will Ghost ever find out the truth about his past life?
With a Kickstarter campaign currently running, we check out issue one of God Summoner. A story about the machinations of another world as its ruler seeks the fabled God Summoner to consolidate her power, as forces close to her try and stop her. But is this comic as heavenly as the title implies, or will […]
The latest release from The 77 Publications is Blazer, the mastermind of Tharg himself Steve MacManus and is a collection of old school stories and retro thrills in an anthology format
Touch Is Really Strange is the latest addition to Singing Dragon’s ‘Really Strange’ series and is a fascinating and thought provoking look at the subject of touch.
Our latest Small Press Spotlight takes a look at: Matthew Wilding and Matt Rowe’s Nightmare Man, Mat Greaves’ Blat!, and David Taylor’s Wild Nature