Spencer and Locke writer David Pepose brings us Scout’s Honor, a post-apocalyptic world based on the teachings of a Scout group. But can this new title from Aftershock Comics gain the merit badges it needs to survive in comic shops?
After the exceptional 12 months we have been through, there really could only be one choice for this year’s winner of best indie and small press comic 2020:
Here it is, 9 of the very best indie and small press comics of 2020. The overall winner of our poll will be announced tomorrow, but for now enjoy outstanding anthologies, unlikely genre mash ups, the worlds greatest detective as you’ve never seen him before and comics that will mess with your mind! #10 SKRAWL […]
We hit the business end of the countdown, with British folkloric horror, environmental myths, cold war paranoia and exciting new talents.
We continue our rundown of the best indie and small press comics with lockdown sci-fi, old school police dramas, mind-bending anthologies and self aware mockumentaries.
We continue our rundown of the best indie and small press comics of 2020 with country crime noir, demons in dugouts, shotgun wielding teddy bears and cabbies in the afterlife!
We begin our rundown of the best 50 indie and small press comics of the year with packed small press anthologies, Shakespearean classics, supernatural cowboys and intergalactic adventures!
It’s that time of year when we begin to look back on the best indie and small press comics of the year and reflect on our favourite titles from 2020.
With titles under his belt like Saucer Country, This Damned Band, Knight and Squire and, of course, Captain Britain & MI13, Paul Cornell is a creator with a diverse bibliography of both Publishers and titles. Now, Cornell has joined up with the incredible Vault comics to release I Walk with Monsters, a supernatural thriller about […]
It has been a few years since Theatrics’ first performance graced our digital desks, but this week we check out the 2nd volume of writer Neil Gibson and TPub’s incredible webcomic, Theatrics. Continuing the story of an actor reinventing himself after a life changing attack, can Theatrics take it’s now to a standing ovation or will its final act struggle to draw the crowds