The Legend of La Mariposa from James Lawrence started life as a highly successful webcomic but it’s foray into print through its current Kickstarter is how I discovered it and I was lucky enough to get an early look at the 200-page wrestling read.
Karl Stephan’s Mary Boys is funding over on IndieGogo just now and after having a look at some of the images on the campaign it was quickly obvious that this had the look & feel of something special……cue the interrogation lamp being brought out and the chance to ask the creator some questions.
After being completely swept up in the Rok of the Reds series, I was more than hyped to hear that a follow-up is on the way soon through Kickstarter and lucky enough to get glimpse of the first chapter to see what’s on the way for Rok.
The Cosplayer that Doomed the Earth from Dan Harris got off to a flying start in it’s opening issue and with the latest issue being completed over on his Patreon….it was time to delve into the second issue.
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.
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.
Rachael Smith’s titles seem to have made a regular appearance on my review & recommend list (check out I Am Fire, House Party, The Rabbit & Wired Up Wrong) so it made sense that I’d jump at the chance to read her latest release – Stand in Your Power.