Co-creators Edward Bentley & Daniel Earey hit us with a quirky LGBTQ+ horror comedy in the opening issue of Darkboy & Adler and I was well overdue a look at what happened next.
Cadavers from Mad Robot Comics became an impressive world when Matt Hardy introduced it to us in those first three issues and before we see how that first arc plays out he’s only gone & thrown an anthology in our direction too.
Matt Hardy hits the midway point in his Cadavers release with the third issue and after loving the previous two, I was always going to jump on-board his Kickstarter for it.
Mad Robot Comics has already been a strong source of entertaining indie titles and this latest release sees writer Matt Hardy team-up with Ash Deadman to co-create something different.
Having already read, loved & backed Darkboy & Adler it’s an easy title to add to my “must recommend” list and with the Kickstarter still running it’s a great way to find out more and grab some unique rewards.
Creative team Daniel Earey & Edward Bentley have put their collective heads together to produce new title Darkboy & Adler which they just launched a new Kickstarter campaign for…..but I was lucky enough to get an early look at the first issue.
Cadavers from Mad Robot Comics is the brain-child of Matt Hardy and with three successful Kickstarter’s under his belt already, it’s no surprise these have done so well.
Mad Robot Comics have been a glorious source of the macabre in the indie comics world and with the third issue of their Cadavers title easing through its Kickstarter just now, it seemed like a good time to catch-up with the mighty Matt Hardy
Murder Most Mundane is the latest release from Mad Robot Comics and while it knocked aside it’s target early on in it’s Kickstarter, it was just the right time to hear from the creative team on what to expect when the book hit print…..