Cast Iron Books is a fairly new publisher on the block but with some hefty talent involved in there first few releases they were definitely
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A Comic a Day in May – Day 26: Blood Moon #2
From humble beginnings in the first issue of Blood Moon things quickly ramped up so I was sure that getting back into it for the next issue & beyond was a must.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 11: Brigantia #2
After loving the opening issue of Brigantia I was keen to see where this series by co-creators Chris Mole & Melissa Trender would go next…..so it was time for getting caught up on the second in the series.
Martyrs of Revelation #1-3
Martyrs of Revelation has become a reality through publisher Visions Found and writers Mark Loader & Travis Mazereeuw have their sights set on taking us to whole new worlds with this release.
Blood Moon #1
Trenance Apple Festival may not seem like the typical starting point for a new British folk-horror but the indie comic scene has always been a strong source of titles that challenge the norm…….cue the opening chapter of Blood Moon.
Creators Chris Mole & Melissa Trender released the first issue of their title Brigantia at the end of last year and with the second issue powering through Kickstarter it was about time I got all caught up on the opener.
A Comic A Day in May – Day 10: Deep Roots #1
The latest release from Dan Watters sees the light of day thanks to Vault Comics and after loving his Limbo book, Deep Roots was one I could get on-board with easily.
Alex Automatic: Bokeh’s Machine
The first issue of Fraser Campbell’s Alex Automatic was something of a revelation as it introduced a frantic & fresh take on the spy genre so it’s no surprise that I was suitably hyped to see it smash through its recent Kickstarter and ensure that a second issue would hit print.
Black Mumba is a book I picked up last year through Kickstarter as the noir vibe seemed to be my kind of thing.