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.
Category Archives: Indie
A Comic a Day in May – Day 4: Fog Line
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.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 3: Deadliner
Dave Cook already has an impressive list of titles to his name with the likes of Bust, Vessels & Killtopia, but he’s recently thrown us a psychological horror one-shot about a writer fighting creative burnout…..so that had “read me” written all over it.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 2: Glasscity Volume 1
The first volume of David Cranna’s Glasscity is a book I’ve had for a while since I backed it on Kickstarter so it was well overdue a look.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 1: Wild Nature #1 & 2
David Taylor’s dystopian thriller, Wild Nature, had all the hallmarks of being the type of book I’d love so it was one that I easily got behind during it’s Kickstarter campaigns.
John Wards impressive opening issue of Acausal was enough to make sure it would be another of his titles I was going to keep track of – cue me getting my hands on the second issue of this Sci-Fi Crime thriller.
The Hoards of Surrey #2
The first issue of Dave Wimblett’s The Hoards of Surrey was a slick beginning & backing the rest of the series was always on the cards for me so getting a look at the second part ahead of the finale was a must.
Nightmare Fuel #1
I’ve read enough of Fraser Campbell’s work to know that he hits us with stories that I can’t get enough of and I jumped at the chance to get an early look at his newest creation, Nightmare Fuel.
Rufus Marigold from Ross Murray started life as a web-comic before this longer form book became a reality thanks to New Zealand’s Earth’s End Publishing and then more recently via Kickstarter thanks to Honest Publishing.
Cast Iron Books Double Review – Candles and Future
Cast Iron Books is a fairly new publisher on the block but with some hefty talent involved in there first few releases they were definitely