It kind of feels like I’m late to the party with comic creator John Tucker’s work but I’m starting to rectify that with a look at the first (and probably not the last) of his books I’ve picked up – Plan A/Plan B.
It’s fair to say that pretty much all of the books I’ve read from Matt Garvey him have entertained me and with Red Rocket Comet being a bit of a stand out issue in those I threw myself headlong into one of his latest releases – Glass Hood.
AJ Dungo’s graphic novel from Nobrow hit the “must read” list in my head thanks to a recommendation on The Awesome Comics Podcast, so diving into the book already felt like something I’d get something from.
Samuel George London & Mikael Hankonen combined to make sure the first issue of Milford Green slipped into the ‘hidden gem’ category with ease and make sure I returned to get my hands on the second part of the story.
The newest release from Tony Esmond sees him compile a series of comics, prose & pin-ups to capture the lives of people we would never readily be aware of and with a title like The Whore Chronicles it’s safe to say that’s it an adult release not for the easily offended.
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.
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.