With a kickstarter campaign currently in full swing for the oversized collected edition, we check out Samuel George London and Mikael Hankonen’s The Milford Green Saga. Is this series, about a Victorian village bearing witness to an alien Invasion, out of this world?
Every now and then we find a comic which just ticks all the boxes and you can tell it is going to something rather special from the very first page you see of it. The latest to get this weighty accolade is Matt Emmons’ Gardener, which is currently funding on Kickstarter, but what makes this book worth digging up?
We return to the universe of Dylan Klein and Lane Brettschneider’s Starside, where once we checked out their opening journey through its space, now we catch up on the latest instalments of this space opera about a man trying to find his way home.
We take a look at the first three issues of Shark of War, a digitally rendered action adventure about a genetically engineered Shark that becomes America’s greatest weapon. Can this comic make all others leave the waters or is it simply a small fish in a big sea?
We check out the first three issues of Major Holmes and Captain Watson, Jeff Rider, Ismael Canales and Roger Surroca’s reimagining of the great detective and his physician partner. But with new looks, personalities and even a new time period can this new Holmes and Watson beat the game or is this one case too tough to solve?
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!
Thanks to it’s outlandish title and character filled artwork, Dr Love Wave and The Experiments is an over the top slice of sci-fi surf rock that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
“It’s The Incredibles meets The OC with an added dash of Invincible” Joe Glass and Vince Underwood discuss the Kickstarter for new comic The Miracles
When it comes to Small Press, few names are as big as Joe Glass and his superhero team comic, the Pride. However, in the last couple of years, while Joe has continued to build the Pride up, he has also moved on to other ideas, such as Acceptable Losses and Glitter Vipers. Now though, Joe […]
Ruination tells the story of Dante, Jalen and Keila, three young people from two very different sides of a war long ended. Now, all three continue their respective lives through peacetime, unaware of the others.
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.