Tony Esmond & Cliff Cumber put their collective heads together to bring us a story about the life of aging movie star, Tony Osmond, and I knew straight away that this was one I was going to dive into at some point.
Scout Comics have quickly become a regular source for my comic reading and I jumped head-long into another series with the 3-issue arc of Grit.
For me the Reckless Hero banner has always been an indicator for a cracking book worth getting hold of and after their latest release Knights vs Pirates smashed through target after target on their Kickstarter campaign, it seemed I wasn’t alone.
After jumping on-board North Bend from Ryan Ellsworth over on Kickstarter I was glad to hear that it found a new home at Scout Comics and with the latest issues we see the title ease into the end of it’s first arc.
Lyndon White’s concertina books were something of a revelation when the first one hit my door and since then each one he has created has managed to become a much needed injection of uniqueness in my list of indie favourites.
Marco Rudy’s new creator-owned project is funding over on Kickstarter just now and having already been a fan of his previous work, I got the chance to shine a lamp in his face & ask him all about it.
Accent UK have always seemed to be in or around my review list and WESTERNoir in particular has been a joy to read, so with a remastered edition promising more pages, more stories and full colour – it was time to catch-up again with the life of Josiah Black.
Having been a fan of Fraser Campbell’s work for a while and a recent fan of Lucy Sullivan’s, it made all kinds of sense that a book they were both involved in would grab my attention – cue their first project together and an early look at what they’ve concocted with IND-XED.