Card Shark Comics have already impressed enough people with titles like Bust & Vessels but their newest release Killtopia has an amazing buzz and expectation around it. Up steps the writer/artist combo of Dave Cook & Craig Paton and with the initial glimpse at the style & feel of the book……it looks like they could well exceed everyone’s hopes in hitting new heights in the indie comic world. What better time to fire some questions their way??
With 2017 proving to be a fairly mixed-bag of ups & downs from the comic book movies we’ve seen we have a new set of releases to look forward to in the year ahead.
Like many years it’s been tough to pick out exactly which titles have been my highlights of the year but even more important than the issues themselves is the creators & fans around them that are my adoptive family for most of the year.
It’s no secret that Image Comics have been one of the most consistent publishers in pushing boundaries in the comic book world and never has that been more evident than in this year’s Redlands.
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery played host to a celebration of Frank Quitely’s work for half of 2017 and I was lucky enough to make it along three times it was THAT good.
Cadavers from Mad Robot Comics is the brain-child of Matt Hardy and with three successful Kickstarter’s under his belt already, it’s no surprise these have done so well.