Set in a world where the good guys are ‘capes’ and the bad guys ‘guns’, Jack Foster’s Gun:Slaughterball is one of the premier indie superhero series.
With the final two issue of Chris Baldie’s epic space adventure Space Captain, now firmly in our hands, it was a fantastic opportunity to re-read and truly appreciate this wonderful series from start to finish.
We often talk about a comic pushing boundaries, however when it comes to Petrichor, the new book from Gareth A Hopkins then there really is nothing else out there quite like this.
Another discovery that came to use for our #DiscoverIndieComicsDay events, every Friday. Will Tempest’s Harsh Prospect is a thoughtful and stylish piece of dystopian near future sci-fi, that poses more questions than it answers. But does this make for a a harsh read, or something much more palatable?
This new anthology from tPub comics, (publisher of Turncoat, Theatrics and Twisted Dark) is the latest collection from their ‘Twisted’ series.
One of the UK comic scene’s most iconic conventions now has a new venue and a new date as Thought Bubble Comic Festival 2019 moves to Harrogate in November.
We’ve previously reviewed all four instalments of Ken Reynolds and Sam Bentley’s steampunk supernatural series, Cognition, and so we wouldn’t miss chance to check out this arc-ending new issue.
Ben Humeniuk’s Waking Life is the tale of a princess and her young buddy in the world of dreams and was a recent discovery from our #DiscoverIndieComicsDay event on Twitter.
With it’s second instalment currently on Kickstarter, we take a look at Rik Jackson’s initial outing of Heads, a sinister and unnerving crime thriller about a private detective trying to solve a case about three girls wearing very bizarre heads. Can this comic put all the pieces together to make itself a success or will […]
This week, we take a look at Patrick Mulholland’s series, Zero Jumper, as published through Markosia, which focuses on a young woman out to save the universe from a deadly enemy, with her trusted robot pal.