I’d heard talk of the TKO Studios releases around the usual social media sources and after struggling to get hold of them in the UK……that all changed with a bit of luck…..so it was time to dive right in.
Trenance Apple Festival may not seem like the typical starting point for a new British folk-horror but the indie comic scene has always been a strong source of titles that challenge the norm…….cue the opening chapter of Blood Moon.
Joshua Saxon’s four-part series Milky has just eased passed the target for it’s penultimate issue over on Kickstarter and I was overdue a catch-up on this one.
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.
Having already been a BIG fan of Samuel George London & Dan Butcher’s previous releases, a team-up featuring the duo had “back me” written all over it in it’s recent Kickstarter campaign.
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.