Back in May I stumbled across Teeter Topple by Karl Slominski and this unassuming book was an instant gem in my indie comic reading.
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G-Man’s highlights of 2017: Day 2 – Supernaut
Michael Nelson’s Supernaut was an indie gem of the highest order for me and with some of the most insanely big ideas poured into it.
A Comic A Day in May – Day 30: Teeter Topple
Karl Slominski’s Teeter Topple graphic novel was released earlier this month through 215Ink and this unassuming book seemed to have a glimmer of something special about it.
G-Man talks to Michael Nelsen about Supernaut
I stumbled across Michael Nelsen’s mind-blowing Supernaut fairly recently (#1-3, #4 & 5) and I was lucky enough to catch-up with him during his busy schedule and fire some questions his way.
Supernaut #4 & 5
After recently catching up on the first three issues of Michael Nelsen’s Supernaut I was lucky enough to get a hold of the last two issues and see how the whole series finished up.
Michael Nelsen brings us a sci-fi story that follows Stephen Haddon’s transcendence from lunar astronaut to the time & space crossing Supernaut in probably one of the most complex comics I’ve delved into in a while.