Our review of the first issue of this queer high school comedy got lost in the first lockdown. And so with the second issue now funding on Kickstarter we thought it was the perfect time to dust off our voodoo kit and re-enter the world of Darkboy and Adler
A Dark Interlude sees us returning to the harrowing world of Fearscape and it’s flawed hero Henry Henry. Ryan O’Sullivan’s Fearscape was one of the smartest books we read in 2018, and this new volume is every bit as self aware and gloriously self referential as it’s predecessor.
We take a look at three great small press titles: Hoards of Surrey from Dave Wimblett and Rory Donald; Joe Stone’s Neurotic Fiction, and Blue Fox Comics adaptation of the HP Lovecraft classic, The Shadows over Innsmouth.
Can Burn Residue stoke the fires of interest or will this be a title whose flame is anything but eternal?
Jonny Cannon’s The United is an anarchic mix of post modern superheroism, with shades of classic Marvel UK, late 90s British Invasion books and the best of the current Indie supers scene, all bursting forth from this epic new collection. . Publisher: Cannonhill Comics Writer/Artist: Jonny Cannon Price: Currently funding on Kickstarter This new hardcover […]
Giga is the latest blockbuster from Vault Comics, and is another fantastic example of just why we bang on about how great Vault are in so many of our reviews. Alongside this month’s other big release, A Fear Inside, this is one of Vault’s premier titles for 2020 and is every bit as epic as […]
The latest chapter in his ‘Frostbyte Legacy’ universe, writer Chris Sides and artist P.L. Woods bring us the high octane Gunrunner – a chase story about industrial espionage and hi-tech weapons
Fresh from a successful Kickstarter we take a look at Fell Hound’s Commander Rao, which sees one soldier seek forgiveness and justice for another who fell.
Dave West and the Accent UK team are back with a new colourised version of their classic western series, WESTERNoir – now funding on Kickstarter. But does adding colour to this genre staple improve it or should it have stuck to it’s noir roots?
These two anthologies is the new product of the WIP comics collective, a group of like minded creators from London who have been brought together by Stutter’s Joe Stone. As you might guess from the names, Success and Failure are both themed around the subjects and feel like a very apt pair of topics for […]