The Golden Age of Pulp comics continues to be a rich source of inspiration for modern comic creators (from Gateway City to The Blue Flame), and the latest to try their hand at some golden age daring-do is Benjamin Morse’s We Are Scarlet Twilight. But can this pulpy adventure capture the spirit of the golden age, or will it get lost in the shadows.
It’s always great when some of our favourite small press creators come together – especially when it’s a pairing your never would have thought about putting together, but who make perfect sense once they team up! And this is a perfect example of that. ArcWorld: Tales from the Journal sees Samurai Slasher/The Kill Screen creator […]
Joining the likes of Alexander Utkin’s Gamayun Tales, as a book inspired by Slavic folktales, Kamila Krol’s Rusalka is beautiful and dreamlike look at the origins of a Polish water demon. But will this be another timeless classic or a damp squib?
From the darkened garage of it’s creator’s the minds comes new vehicle of comic entertainment, Midnight Highway. With a second issue now on kickstarter, we check out this sci-fi/horror about a man and his car finding their way along a very unsettling road. But will it start readers engines or find its way to the scrapheap?
Travelling through space and time to save the world from rogue dinosaurs or Russian love machines, Jonathan Stevenson and Luke Balmer Kemp’s The Disconauts is a delightfully daft and frequently hilarious comic strip adventure that is packed full of puns, flares and funky moves!
A second volume of the fantastic supernatural crime procedural Harker: The Book of Solomon is now funding on Kickstarter. We look back at the first and see whether our sleuthing skills were up to scratch now we’ve read the sinister finale!
There’s a wonderful correlation between wrestling and comics, with both featuring valiant heroes and over the top villains and this is especially so in the world of small press. One of our favourites who really manage to capture that dynamic is James Lawrence’s Legend of La Mariposa and he is back with a collection of new knockout adventures in The Climb and Other Stories.
Set in a world of sensational videos being filmed on mobiles and uploaded to the sharing platform Contraband, community journalist Toby gets himself in deeper than he expects when he accidentally films the activities of the notorious Tucker. Blackmailed into finding the enigmatic Charlotte, Toby is drawn into a world of underground video sharing, political […]
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?
With a Kickstarter nearing the mid way point, we check out the first two issues of The Saturn Effect: Alpha, a sci-fi series by Chris Moses and Francesco Mazzoli which follows up on the pair’s initial webcomic, The Saturn Effect: Ajax. Can this new comic be a worthy follow up or will it end up lost in space?