Writer/creator James McCulloch has been one of the most prolific producers of great indie comics in recent years and while he’s helped convert me into a horror fan with the likes of City of Lost Souls & Little Girl Black along the way……he’s got lots more still to release.
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.
I hadn’t really consider myself to be a horror fan until the likes of City of Lost Souls and a few other indie release managed to convince me otherwise and getting an early look at #4 is a perk of this comic reviewing gig.
Kid Monkey is the latest release from comic creating machine James McCulloch and it’s a change of direction from his usual horror themed antics.
James McCulloch has already proven that horror is the genre he’s inspired to write with the likes of City of Lost Souls or The Grime already being a part of his gruesome creations. Things have gotten significantly darker with his latest title though as he teams up with artist Pedro Mendes to bring the first issue of the three part story Little Girl Black.
James McCulloch (City of Lost Souls), Tom Ward (Merrick: The Elephant Man) & Chris Welsh (Wart) put their collective heads together and got a team assembled for new release The Grime #1, the first in a horror anthology that not only offers a new series of horror comic tales but also the chance for new talent to flex their creative muscles.
George Lennox broadens the creative team for issue #2 of Horror Show as he brings us another three tales that aim to disturb & surprise.
After a stellar run with the first four issues of Merrick: The Sensational Elephantman the gods of good indie comics (can’t remember his name) nudged creators Tom Ward & Luke Parker back into the world they had created for a new one-shot…….and Kickstarter beckoned to get the issue into print.