The global adventure in Mulp by Matt Gibbs & Sara Dunkerton has already been a whirlwind so diving into the final issue was well overdue.
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Rok the God hitting Kickstarter soon
After being completely swept up in the Rok of the Reds series, I was more than hyped to hear that a follow-up is on the way soon through Kickstarter and lucky enough to get glimpse of the first chapter to see what’s on the way for Rok.
Blade Runner 2019 #1
Today sees Titan Comics launch a title telling new stories that unfold in the classic sci-fi world of Blade Runner……..so it already had “READ ME!” written all over it.
A Comic A Day in May – Day 21: Mulp: Sceptre of the Sun #4
The penultimate issue of the anthropomorphic revelation Mulp was always on my list of anticipated titles to get hold of and creators Matt Gibbs & Sara Dunkerton have built-up a brilliant momentum in the title so far.
A Comic A Day in May – Day 8: Rok of the Reds #6
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.
Rok of the Reds #5
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.
Savant to feature in Dark Horse Presents
I reviewed the first issue of Savant back in 2014 and while it was a originally published through Planet Jimbot we’ll see it serialised from March onwards in Dark Horse Presents
G-Man’s highlights of 2016: Day 10 – Rok of the Reds
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.
Rok of the Reds #4
After an impressive run in issues #1, 2 & 3, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on more and with a steady release schedule from BHP I didn’t have to wait long for Rok of the Reds #4.
Neil Gibson has already brought us the likes of Twisted Dark, Tortured Life & many more titles under the TPub banner but Theatrics sees him take the plunge into webcomics…..which in turn will see print thanks to Kickstarter.