Mad Robot Comics have been a glorious source of the macabre in the indie comics world and with the third issue of their Cadavers title easing through its Kickstarter just now, it seemed like a good time to catch-up with the mighty Matt Hardy
This weekend’s BIG movie release is the much-anticipated Justice League which has been gathering momentum through the trailers and after a largely positive step forward in Wonder Woman, I had high hopes this would continue that good work.
John Richard Farman (on the right) has produced the likes of Spies, Purity Ring and Royal Descent through Vital Publishing and as it hit a three-year milestone last month, it was about time for another catch-up with him.
George Bell is an all-round comic creator who has done a bit of everything and from his early Flakes series he’s moved on to contribute in the Anthologies produced by the Comic Writers & Artists Society that he founded.
Johnny Cannon is one of many small press creators that I seem to have stumbled across & stuck with – his early work on The United and Space Rats was enough to show off the potential he had and getting to catch up with him just made sense!
Writer/creator James McCulloch has been one of the most prolific producers of great indie comics in recent years and while he’s helped convert me into a horror fan with the likes of City of Lost Souls & Little Girl Black along the way……he’s got lots more still to release.