The Last Sheriff is the debut title launched under the Reckless Hero banner and with five issues already being released it was about time I got caught up on the story so far.
Co-creators Mike Garley & Andy W. Clift joined forces to make their 32 Kills one-shot a reality and the promise of an action-packed revenge story sounded too good to miss.
Anxiety Me by Nicole Bates is a title I’ve seen a number of times before but only recently got my hands on…..so it was about time I had a good look at what was inside.
The Afterlight Comics banner created by Joseph Oliveira has seen a steady run of titles grow an impressive back catalogue and it was about time I returned to one of his first creations – Ghost Island.
It’s fair to say that James McCulloch has been a source of some dark stories from the indie comic world with the likes of City Of Lost Souls & Little Girl Black already sliding into the more extreme category for comic book stories so his next release was always going to be an interesting one. Continue reading
Blue Fox Comics have had a fairly steady run of releasing solid titles and the opening issue of their Robyn title was no exception, so backing the second issue on Kickstarter was a no-brainer…..cue the catch-up!!
Cadavers from Mad Robot Comics became an impressive world when Matt Hardy introduced it to us in those first three issues and before we see how that first arc plays out he’s only gone & thrown an anthology in our direction too.
The first four issues of Steven Horry’s Lizard Men eased us through a fairly “normal” setup before whisking the rug from under us at every step so the final third of the six-issue run always had a solid chance of grabbing my attention……and keeping me guessing.
Scratcher from John Ward seems to make a regular appearance in my Comic a Day in May feature so it seems fitting that I take a look at the third & penultimate issue for 2019.