Blue Fox Comics have been one of the most consist indie comics publishers around and with their newest book hitting the campaign trail I had to visit the first issues of their System Error release.
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I was lucky enough to get my hands on NORD from Martin Simpson (aka SIMO) and his first solo project promises to merge his unique style with an epic tale of Vikings – that’s GOT to be worth a look.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 15: Where No One Goes Volume 1-3
Zorika Gaeta’s four part series begins with Where No One Goes, Where No One Lives and Where No One Grows and having recently backed the finale I had these in my sights for getting a read through.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 14: Mahoney’s #5
‘The Last Stand’ arc in Rich Carrington’s Mahoney’s series reaches it’s penultimate issue and after being impressed by the run so far I was keen to see if that trend continued.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 13: Plainer Jane #3-5
Issues #1 & #2 introduced us to David Wilburn’s assassin in her early days and with this series getting closer to it’s finale I was overdue a catch-up with the titular Jane.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 12: Woodland Creatures #1 & 2
Creator Cristina Roswell has brought her werewolf story to life through a series of impressive Kickstarter campaigns and with the finale on the way I had to get caught up.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 11: The Monuments
The creative team of Michael S. Bracco, Oliver Mertz & Mike Isenberg brought The Monuments graphic novel to life thanks to a Kickstarter campaign that smashed through it’s target just about a year ago so I had to get a read of this one.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 10: Blak
Vince Hunt & Daniel Marc Chant had already impressed on their Murder Road story in The Awesome Comics Podcast Anthology, so to hear they were working on something new was always going to be something I wanted to see….cue Blak.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 9: Leap M
Doug Wood & Matt Battaglia’s Leap M one-shot has already come through a pretty torrid time after having to be wrestled back to it’s creators from a publisher but they dusted themselves down and the book became a reality thanks to a run on Kickstarter.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 8: Magic Powder #1
Creator Jeff Schiller brings us a fantasy tale with a difference as he adds gangsters into the mix and that combo was more than enough to get me interested.