Lyndon White just launched his latest Kickstarter for the third of his concertina books and this times it’s an adaptation of an H.P. Lovecraft story & given how impressive the first two were, backing this campaign slipped firmly into that “no-brainer” category for me.
Writer James McCulloch & artist Johnny Cannon put their indie heads together to co-create a brand new title featuring some classic horror characters for Transylvanian Knights and after a strong Kickstarter campaign the first issue became a reality.
Card Shark Comics have already impressed enough people with titles like Bust & Vessels but their newest release Killtopia has an amazing buzz and expectation around it. Up steps the writer/artist combo of Dave Cook & Craig Paton and with the initial glimpse at the style & feel of the book……it looks like they could well exceed everyone’s hopes in hitting new heights in the indie comic world. What better time to fire some questions their way??
The Kill Screen from writer Mike Garley, artist Josh Sherwell & letterer Mike Stock became a bit of a small press revelation to me from the first panel of the first page and they’ve returned to the days before the technological event that shaped their world in the Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost release.
The latest release under the ComicHaus banner is Steven Horry’s Lizard Men – a title that eased through its Kickstarter at the end of last year – so a catch-up on this one was overdue.
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
Lyndon White is an artist I discovered through some of his work with Blue Fox Comics but his own projects have been a constant source of amazing art.
Writers Ben Errington & Luke Kondor smashed their creative heads together to bring us the first comic released through Hawk & Cleaver in the shape of a post-apocalyptic, sci-fi epic (with a hint of wrestling) El Marvo.
Founding member of Team Girl Comic, Gillian Hatcher, has grown the group from it’s humble beginnings and all while producing her own comics too.