Joseph Oliveira has produced a steady run of great titles through Afterlight Comics and I was long overdue a catch-up on his Stay Awake release. Continue reading
Russian folklore is not a theme that has appeared in my reading pile much in the past, if at all, but with the first volume of Nobrow’s Gamayun Tales that was about to change.
Barking is Lucy Sullivan’s debut graphic novel and after powering through her funding campaign over on Unbound, it’s official release in a couple of weeks can’t come quick enough.
UK-based Canadian animator Norm Konyu’s eye-catching release The Junction hit Kickstarter at the beginning of March and the unique style oozes an animators touch that screams out “Read Me!!”
The first cover of Frank at Home on the Farm was enough to grab my attention when this title first appeared on the indie scene and with the final part due for release scene it was about damn time I caught up with Frank & his Farm.
The latest book from James McCulloch sees him go all post apocalyptic thriller on us but with a back catalogue like his there’s sure to be some twists & turns in there.
Daughter of Titan from Richard Mooney is actually one of a number of books I picked up through Kickstarter that I’d been trying to get around to reading and now was the time to rectify that.
Having recently got myself the second chapter of Rosie Packwood’s Blinker it felt like a good time to revisit both parts and lose myself in her sci-fi adventure.