Vital Publishing released the fourth issue of it’s Royal Descent title just recently and they’ll be following that up with a collected trade soon too, so it seemed like a perfect time to catch-up & revisit a book that already impressed.
Stjepan Šejić’s Sunstone is a comic that’s impressed from the first panel of the first page so it’s with a mixed sense of high and low that it all comes to an end with this fifth book.
Luke Cooper’s Hollow Girl found a home over at Insane Comics and I caught up on the recent collected edition Identity which includes the previously released four issues, three new shorts and all in the chronological order.
Black Mumba is a book I picked up last year through Kickstarter as the noir vibe seemed to be my kind of thing.
The four single issues of The Kill Screen from writer Mike Garley, artist Josh Sherwell & letterer Mike Stock quickly became one of my favourite Indie releases in recent years (maybe ever) and it was a matter of time before I revisited it in the collected edition……plus……it’s a hardback!!!
Having already wowed me with the previous three volumes of Sunstone it’s creator Stjepan Šejić aims to bring us deeper into Ally & Lisa’s world as a blossoming relationship outside of their shared BDSM interests brings with it some typical complications.
I read Frogman & Frogman Returns back in 2014 but it was about time I caught the last part from creators Mark Lewis & Matt Fitch….in fact, time to revisit the whole thing.
Top Cow/Image recently released the third volume of Stjepan Šejić’s Sunstone which has proven to be something of a revelation in its grown-up approach to the basics of love, life & sex, and while this may well reside in the “Romance/Erotica” category for its content there’s no denying that this is far from a title that should be hidden in any niche.
Just a look at that front cover had me scrambling to get this ordered from Fanboy Comics with the promise of a dark & twisted tale from writer Bryant Dillon & artist Meaghan O’Keefe.