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.
We’re a bit late to the party with Pop Kill, the awesome crowd funded series from industry heavyweights Jimmy Palmiotti (Painkiller Jane, Harley Quinn) and Dave Johnson (100 Bullets) which is funding its final two issues on Kickstarter now. Like the world of warring soda companies it is set in this is a high energy […]
Our review of the first issue of this queer high school comedy got lost in the first lockdown. And so with the second issue now funding on Kickstarter we thought it was the perfect time to dust off our voodoo kit and re-enter the world of Darkboy and Adler
The latest chapter in his ‘Frostbyte Legacy’ universe, writer Chris Sides and artist P.L. Woods bring us the high octane Gunrunner – a chase story about industrial espionage and hi-tech weapons
Fresh from a successful Kickstarter we take a look at Fell Hound’s Commander Rao, which sees one soldier seek forgiveness and justice for another who fell.
Dave West and the Accent UK team are back with a new colourised version of their classic western series, WESTERNoir – now funding on Kickstarter. But does adding colour to this genre staple improve it or should it have stuck to it’s noir roots?
With the final straight of 2020 now upon us (well, it is for me, I’ve started Christmas shopping), the way the year has been there are probably few people who don’t wish they could go back to 2019 and a pre-COVID, pre-lockdown world. Unfortunately, while we can’t offer you a time machine, instead we can […]
Having reviewed the first chapter last year, Tom Woodman’s time travelling love story Future is collected into a full graphic novel and looks set to be one of the most emotionally potent books of the year!
Following on from our fantastic interview between Monty Nero and Joe Glass, we’ve also been gifted an exclusive first look at the cover of Monty’s new comics: Frenemies: The Lost Planet which is debuting on Kickstarter this Wednesday 14th October.