Having already known about Nobrow from the indie comic scene it was catching up with ‘In Waves‘ from AJ Dungo earlier this year that really hit me head-on.
My mainstream pull-list tends to vary quite a bit over the course of any given year as I drop in & out of some of the long running series on offer but 2019 seems to have been a year where Jeff Lemire’s name has appeared numerous times across a whole mix of titles I’ve loved.
The 80th anniversary of the first air raid of World War Two that took place in Britain is just around the corner and with a comic-book retelling of those events being produced by creator Colin Maxwell, I took the chance to catch-up with him about the history, the comic & the Defend Fife World War Two Festival it’s being released at.
Terrier Comics already impressed with their Tales of Mystery and Imagination but they stepped that up with the first issue of Ailsa Dark and with a funding campaign prepped to start for the second issue it seemed like just the right time to catch-up with creator & founder William Hazle. Continue reading
The first weekend in May will see a double-whammy of pun-filled antics from Penned Guin creator Alan Henderson as his latest collection launches surrounded by an exhibition of his art…..cue the questions…….cue the answers……cue the puns!!
Lyndon White has already adapted Dracula, Inferno and Cthulhu into an impressive concertina book and now that he’s turned his attention to The War of the Worlds (a personal favourite of mine) then I just HAD to ask him some questions about it.
Just about two months ago Netflix hit us with the 3rd season of Daredevil and with it already being the stand-out series from the ones it’s produced, it had a lot to live up to.
Close was another release under the Comichaus banner that had quality written all over it and boy did it deliver.