Writer Samuel George London teamed up with artist Mikael Hankonen to bring us the first Milford Green book through Kickstarter last year and with a blend of Victorian adventure & sci-fi it had all the potential of becoming a big hit.
Bob Salley’s 3-part release Ogre is getting a collected edition through Source Point Press that’ll be released at the end of March so it was a pretty good time to delve into his creation. Continue reading
The Drugs & Wires comic from Mary Safro & Io Black appeared on my radar when the first four chapters were collected after a VERY impressive Kickstarter at the end of last year…………and it was about time I delved into their creation.
Scurry from Mac Smith was a title that caught my eye over on Kickstarter but the wow factor of the images floating around social media & on the campaign itself were more than enough to convince me to back it.
The actions of superheroes have always been a rich source of action-filled comics but what happens in the twilight years of a heroes life when the capes & derring-do’s are done??? Matt Garvey brings us one possibility in his Red Rocket Comet one-shot.
After an already impressive opening issue of the Awesome Comics Anthology from Dan Butcher, Tony Esmond & Vince Hunt there was never any doubt that I’d be sticking with the rest of the series and as we edge closer to the fourth being released it was time to delve back into the most recent issues.
You could say that Killtopia from Dave Cook & Craig Paton had built up quite a buzz by the time it hit Kickstarter last year…..but you’d be MASSIVELY under-playing an indie title that seemed to ignite the small press world in a whole new way.