Dave Cook’s Killtopia was pretty much a revelation when it first released through Kickstarter and the world of Wreckers & The Rot had rightfully grabbed a lot of people’s attention – that meant that getting an early look at the latest issue was an instant must-read.
David Robertson’s latest project has already hit it’s funding target but with it covering real-life events I took the chance to fire some questions his way to find out a bit more about what lead him to put this all together.
The flow of titles coming from Afterlight Comics has seen it’s founder Joseph Oliveira inject consistency into a series of indie comics time & again……and I was overdue a catch-up on the most recent of these.
Acausal is the newest book from John Ward and getting an early glimpse of it was something I jumped at straight away.
Mat Greaves newest release Blat! sees him delve into the world of anthologies and the underground vibe to his style for this one had me more than interested to see what it was all about.
David Lumsden’s Boat series is one that’s stuck in my mind from the beginning and after three issues of consistency & an ever increasing page count, it doesn’t seem like he’s changing that tact with the newest issue.
With the next issue of Plainer Jane hitting Kickstarter next month I jumped at the chance to check out the opener released through Broken Face Comics.
Writer/Artist combo of Richard Carrington & Brian Dawson have brought us a super powered comic with a difference as it explores the goings on around the only bar in town that caters to super-villains looking for some downtime.
The Chris Matthews cover to the Mugshots one-shot crime comic was more than enough to convince me that it was worth jumping on-board with it’s Kickstarter and it was on my reading/review pile as soon as it arrived.
Martyrs of Revelation has become a reality through publisher Visions Found and writers Mark Loader & Travis Mazereeuw have their sights set on taking us to whole new worlds with this release.