Jim Alexander teams-up with Will Pickering as he returns to his creation
Wolf Country for issue #5 and the further tales of Vampires & Werewolves.
Escape From Jesus Island was an indie title that helped convert me into a horror fan and after an impressive issue
#1, #2 & #3 it’s onto the next part of Act One with issue #4.
Black Jack Press bring us an anthology collection jam packed with all the Viking lore you could ever want to get hold of created by an impressive team of writer’s & artists.
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Writer Toby Willmott & artist Bryn G Jones bring us the third & final issue of River God after another successful
An autobiographical comic can slip into it’s own unique niche sometimes but after Dave Gordon surprised & entertained me with his
first book it was a no-brainer that I’d pre-order his second volume as soon as I could. Continue reading
Jag Lall brings us a new graphic novel which chooses to tackle the emotional trauma of rape & abuse and help prove just how broad & versatile the comic book form is in the process.
Joshua Paddon & Matthew K Hoddy are the Australian based creative team behind
The Saga of Metalbeard as Vikings, sci-Fi and humour offer an interesting mix of elements.
I got hold of this title back in March at an event at the
Glasgow Aye Write! festival and after hearing John Chalmers & Sandra Marrs talk about their process it was perfect timing to escape into their latest Metaphrog release.
After two amazingly successful Kickstarters from creator Jon Laight I take a look at the first issues of
Madius comics already have some strong titles in their growing list of releases (
50 Signal, Papercuts & Inkstains, Funk Soul Samurai) and it was about time I took a look at their one-shot, The Kings Leap.