With a second issue releasing this week I jumped at the chance to get a review copy of the opening issue of Stu Perrins’ Chrono-Cat and get myself fully introduced to his latest creation.
Spinning out of the fantasy world of Warploque Miniatures comes a stand-alone comic with it’s own set of miniatures AND an impressive team of indie creators behind it – so I HAD to get a look.
Comics Anonymous started back in August 2011 and with it running for the last 10 years it was time to reflect on the changes both on the site itself & the wider comic book world.
Comic creators Nick Bryan & Rosie Alexander join forces again to bring us their new urban-fantasy comic, FairyFare, and after getting my hands on issue #1, I just had to dive in. Continue reading
The first book in Asa Wheatley’s Sagas of the Shield Maiden has some new names to me attached to it, so I knew it was worth taking the plunge on it through it’s Kickstarter campaign…..and it was time I had a closer look.
Dave Wimblett’s The Hoards of Surrey was billed as a ‘very British treasure hunt’ but with the likes of The Goonies & Stand By Me passed around as a comparison it HAD to be one I took a look at.
The newest volume of The Legend of La Mariposa from James Lawrence has recently hit the funding trail and we wrestled so I could get an early look 🙂