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.
We’re always a sucker for a great crime comic and Rory McConville and Joe Palmer’s Write It In Blood is a bit of a cracker, with the body count of a Scorsese movie and sparkling dialogue of a Coen Brothers movie, it’s a delightful tale of two brothers on the run from a mob boss […]
Fraser Campbell and James Corcoran’s mind-bending 60s spy series Alex Automatic is back with a new double issue, but is this small press stalwart still an automatic choice?! Publisher: Cabal Comics Writer: Fraser Campbell Artist: James Corcoran, David B Cooper, Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou Price: Now funding on Kickstarter The strange and outlandish world of Alex Automatic […]
Small Press Spotlight: Hopper! Detective of the Strange, Stan and Jack, Neotheric: Return of the King
With the world still in a state of self isolation we take a look at three more great small press comics to keep you entertained, including rabbit detectives, silver age creators on a space age adventure and dinosaurs with machine guns! Hopper ! Detective of the Strange (Fair Spark Books) This latest series from Fairspark […]
Since the Golden Age and the work of EC Comics, the horror anthology has been a staple of the comics world, existing longer than even most of the Superheroes who now monopolise the industry. Now existing mostly in small press circles with titles such as Disconnected Press’ Disconnected series or TPub’s Twisted Dark anthology, this […]
The new book from Lost Light’s Claire Spiller and the fine folk at Good Comics, Raze is another story that looks at the environmental impact of mankind on the natural world. This time by look at the impact of roads and transport on Mother Nature. Publisher: Good Comics Writer: Claire Spiller Artist: Claire Spiller Price: […]
With everyone self isolating, what better time than to catch up on some excellent small press comics! This month we check out three great British titles, Steve Tanner’s Clockwork Cavalier, Rich Carrington’s Mahoneys and Kev F Sutherland’s Findlay MacBeth. The Clockwork Cavalier Special (Time Bomb Comics) Bursting forth from he pages of Time Bomb Comics’ […]
This month’s small press spotlight ranges from a stylish arthouse thought piece (Flat Filters), to kids in the wood horror (The Dark Of The Forest) to a strip club whodunnit (Deadly Burlesque) Flat Filters (Tal Brosh and Chino Moya) This ultra-stylish new comic from Tal Brosh and Chino Moya is packed full of meticulous panels […]
One of our most eagerly anticipated comics for 2020, Mr Doyle’s Class Presents A Study in Scarlet sees Mad Robot Comics’ Matt Hardy (Murder Most Mundane) team up with Russell Mark Olson (Gateway City) to bring as a unique all ages reimagining of the first ever Sherlock Holmes story. But will this problems of adapting […]
John Tucker has been making a fantastic name for himself on the small press circuit over the past couple of years thanks to excellent books like Adrift and Bald, but also his unique convention appearances where he will draw pictures of you getting killed in surreal situations and also fake IDs. His new book The […]
With a new year now upon us it’s a great chance to catch up on some of the small press titles we were sent over December while we were distracted with our end of year awards. This month we look at ghostly monks, music inspired superheroes and sci-fi sheriffs.
One of our favourite discoveries at the recent Thought Bubble 2019 Comics Festival was Peter and Maria Hoey’s incredible Coin op Comics, a book and series which will make you look at comics and cartooning in a completely new light, but just what is so special about it? Publisher: Coin Op Books Writer/Artist: Peter and […]