Small Press Comics
The Sagas of the Shield Maiden Book One details events of a single, titular character’s many adventures, can the Asa Wheatley written comic reach a Valhalla level of success with readers?
We continue our look at some of the fantastic comics released by small press superstars Good Comics (see also our review of FML). This time we check out The Good Comics Reader Volume 2, Return by Niki Bañados and Fishes May Come Back – Emre Altindag. Good Comics Reader Volume 2 – Various This anthology […]
‘FML Comics’ is an autobiographical collection of comic strips from artist and writer Natasha Natarajan. As she anecdotally navigates her way through relatable problems with self-esteem, mental health and personal growth between the period of 2016-2020, Natarajan finds herself developing as both a writer and artist, and as a person.
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?
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
A glorious mixture of classic spy cliches all set in a medieval/fantasy world, Damsel from D.I.S.T.R.E.S.S. is a new series from Béte Noir’s Andrew Clemson that is well worth rescuing, or rather being rescued by!
Plainer Jane #1(Broken Face Comics) While this might sound like a lost story from Tammy or Jinty it’s anything but. Plainer Jane is not your average school girl, she is actually a dark web assassin who kills for cash. This debut issue from Broken Face Comics follows her origins from confused young girl who kills […]
As you would expect with a name like Hell in Stalingrad, this new book from Rob Jones (Madius Comics) and Matt Hardy (Mad Robot Comics) is a harrowing tale of soldiers and satanism in the rubble of one of the second world war’s most bloody conflicts.
With this weekend’s Thought Bubble Comic Festival turning into a purely digital affair, there have not been the raft of new books coming our way this month. However there have still been a few and so we take a look at some of them here.
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.
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 […]
The first book from Josh (Glorious Wrestling Alliance) Hicks’ new venture CPE Books, is Biggol, a fantastic documentary comic from his long time table mate Ioan Morris. Biggol tells the story of a fictitious fantasy TV program in the 1960s and reads like a TV documentary with talking heads, interviews and flashbacks. It’s steeped in […]