‘The Last Stand’ arc in Rich Carrington’s
Mahoney’s series reaches it’s penultimate issue and after being impressed by the run so far I was keen to see if that trend continued. Continue reading
#1 & #2 introduced us to David Wilburn’s assassin in her early days and with this series getting closer to it’s finale I was overdue a catch-up with the titular Jane.
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Creator Cristina Roswell has brought her werewolf story to life through a series of impressive Kickstarter campaigns and with the finale on the way I had to get caught up.
Vince Hunt & Daniel Marc Chant had already impressed on their Murder Road story in
, so to hear they were working on something new was always going to be something I wanted to see….cue The Awesome Comics Podcast Anthology Blak.
Doug Wood & Matt Battaglia’s
Leap M one-shot has already come through a pretty torrid time after having to be wrestled back to it’s creators from a publisher but they dusted themselves down and the book became a reality thanks to a run on Kickstarter.
Creator Jeff Schiller brings us a fantasy tale with a difference as he adds gangsters into the mix and that combo was more than enough to get me interested.
Broadcast Comics already impressed with the opening issue of their
title so I was always going to keep an eye out for what they released next – cue Diamond Occulus.
Damsel from D.I.S.T.R.E.S.S. brings us the combo of espionage & fantasy and that alone was enough for me to jump on-board.
Sci-fi dystopian series
Peace of Mind from Grym Comics is one that I spotted through the Comichaus app originally but when the full 3-issue series was collected I just had to get a look.
Mario Candelaria and Andy Michael’s
Fog Line was another release that caught my eye through Twitter and I jumped at the chance at getting my hands on the one-shot.