Scratcher from John Ward appeared on my comic-reading radar back in 2017 and since then it’s continued to entertain & surprise me with it’s twists and turns that have brought us to the finale in issue #4.
Today sees Titan Comics launch a title telling new stories that unfold in the classic sci-fi world of Blade Runner……..so it already had “READ ME!” written all over it.
The 80th anniversary of the first air raid of World War Two that took place in Britain is just around the corner and with a comic-book retelling of those events being produced by creator Colin Maxwell, I took the chance to catch-up with him about the history, the comic & the Defend Fife World War Two Festival it’s being released at.
Terrier Comics already impressed with their Tales of Mystery and Imagination but they stepped that up with the first issue of Ailsa Dark and with a funding campaign prepped to start for the second issue it seemed like just the right time to catch-up with creator & founder William Hazle. Continue reading
Buzzard from Wolf Cave Comics promises a teenage assassin from London that oozes a blend of comedy & action……and with that kinda content it’s got to be worth a go.
Daniel Brodie’s Morgan’s Organs started life as an idea for a TV show but in order to bring it to life he changed his focus to converting it into his own comic project……time to delve inside the human body!!
There’s a world of amazing comics out there but every now and again there’s a title that seems to cover a host of things that you can connect with……cue the first issue of Aaron Sammut’s Maurice and the Metal.