BHP’s Rok of the Reds has become something of a revelation to me as the sci-fi/football blend really sucked me in from that opening issue and it’s a mix of exciting & sadness that sees me catch-up on the final issue.
A book on my radar since it’s first tease from BHP was Jack Lothian & Garry Mac’s Tomorrow which will be released next month – but I was lucky enough to get an early look at the completed one-shot.
The fifth and penultimate issue of Rok of the Reds from BHP sees us close in on the end of an indie comic I really don’t want to finish.
Any title that sees comic greats like Alan Grant & John Wagner working together again HAS to be something to take notice of and Black Hearted Press did just that with Rok of the Reds.
Clare Forrest recently released her alphabet book The Mighty Women of Science through Black Hearted Press and I delved into it with the hope of another quality title.
It’s fairly easy to pick up a zombie comic these days and the exploration of the post-apocalyptic world comes down to the survivors just as much as the monsters.
I recently caught up with John Richard Farman to talk about his new venture Vital Publishing that will see a new home for his titles & a new set of challenges.