With a second issue releasing this week I jumped at the chance to get a review copy of the opening issue of Stu Perrins’ Chrono-Cat and get myself fully introduced to his latest creation.
Category Archives: Markosia
A Comic a Day in May – Day 20: The Gunrunner
Chris Sides returns to his series of stories within the same universe featuring Frostbyte Industries and after being pretty much blown away by the previous book, Impossible, I had to take a look.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 19: Veh-Kill #1
Any book with Matt Hardy, Norrie Millar or Rob Jones on-board is one I’d take notice of but when all three are involved it’s got “must read” written all over.
Whatever Happened to the Archetype?
Whatever Happened to the Archetype? by Stu Perrins recently got its release through Markosia so it was a good time to dive in & see what it was all about.
Genu: Volume 1
Co-creators Tommaso Todesca, Alex Franquelli & Giulio Tomassy put their collective heads together to bring us a sci-fi story with a difference…….and I didn’t need too much convincing to delve into it.
A Comic A Day in May – Day 17: The Vampires of Lower Bennett Street #1
Mike Lynch & Joe Campbell have teamed-up for the first issue of The Vampires of Lower Bennett Street – a new blood-fuelled Vampire tale set in Ireland.
Advance Review – Away
Jon Laight’s latest book, Away, is being released through Markosia in a couple of months time but the promise of a sci-fi epic covering adventures across space & time had me more than a little intrigued.
Martin Greene’s story for Salvage got a script from Mike Lynch before being recently released by Markosia and the glimpses here n there over the last few years has meant I was desperate to get hold of a copy as soon as it came out.
Writer/creator Chris Sides will release his latest book Impossible at next month’s LSCC and it marks the beginning of an ambitious trilogy of books featuring stories in The Frostbyte Legacy.
Future Primitive #1 & 2
The big question of science vs religion is rolled out in the first 2 issues of Future Primitive released through Markosia and while the tale as old as time may be one we’ve heard before, there’s no crime in trying to breath new life into that.