After a suitably impressive opening issue of Bubbles O’Seven I was keen to keep that trucking while it was still fresh in my mind and visit the second issue.
A book on my radar since it’s first tease from BHP was Jack Lothian & Garry Mac’s Tomorrow which will be released next month – but I was lucky enough to get an early look at the completed one-shot.
Chris Baldie & Michael Park have recently returned to Kickstarter for the latest issue of Space Captain and it seemed like a perfect time for me to re-read the whole series and look at the last issue they released.
Vital Publishing released the fourth issue of it’s Royal Descent title just recently and they’ll be following that up with a collected trade soon too, so it seemed like a perfect time to catch-up & revisit a book that already impressed.
The latest offering from Maximised Comics is an all-ages crime caper with a direct link to all things comic & cosplay related.
The answer to the age-old question “How do you breathe life into the Spy genre?” may well be answered with Bubbles O’Seven from Bounce Comics and although it’s one that’s been hidden away in my reading pile for what seems like ages……it seemed like the right time to rectify that.
The fifth and penultimate issue of Rok of the Reds from BHP sees us close in on the end of an indie comic I really don’t want to finish.
Stjepan Šejić’s Sunstone is a comic that’s impressed from the first panel of the first page so it’s with a mixed sense of high and low that it all comes to an end with this fifth book.
Editor Ken Reynolds kicked off a new title that would see him put together a mix of creators that could take on a new challenge he had set out.