Having already been blown away by act One & Two of Owen Michael Johnson’s Reel Love, hearing that there was a third act on the way in a collected edition had me scrambling over to Unbound to throw my backing behind it.
I’ve been a fan of John Lees work since he hit the indie comic scene with The Standard and while he’s hit success after success with his horror tales, his latest release sees him venture out into the sporting rom-com genre.
Billed as a “trippy crime psycho noir” it was safe to say that I was intrigued by what Fraser Campbell & Iain Laurie would bring in their new one shot release that’s set to hit Kickstarter this Friday.
Beast Wagon has been one of THE stand out titles to come from the UK indie/small press scene in recent years and after interviewing the creative team ahead of the release of the first issue back in 2015, it seemed fitting that I should catch up with them again as we edge closer to its conclusion.
The final issue of the phenomenal Beast Wagon will see the light of day on it’s release on the 1st April and while I hope it’s all a joke that it has to end I can’t wait to see what the fifth issue brings us.
Fraser Campbell teamed up with James Corcoran to bring us the latest Cabal Comics release and after a stunning Kickstarter campaign it became a reality.
The world of indie anthologies seems to be a fairly divisive thing for the wider comic audience with a short peak at a story not always being seen as value for money but Comichaus are aiming to change that with their latest release which just hit its third issue.