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.
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.
Creators Chris Mole & Melissa Trender released the first issue of their title Brigantia at the end of last year and with the second issue powering through Kickstarter it was about time I got all caught up on the opener.