Creator Cristina Roswell has brought her werewolf story to life through a series of impressive Kickstarter campaigns and with the finale on the way I had to get caught up.
Jon Lock’s Afterlife Inc. is one of the earliest indies I remember picking up to review and as it hits it’s own 10th Anniversary milestone & marks it with a special collected edition release, I had to catch up with him all about it.
Doug Wood & Matt Battaglia’s Leap M one-shot has already come through a pretty torrid time after having to be wrestled back to it’s creators from a publisher but they dusted themselves down and the book became a reality thanks to a run on Kickstarter.
Creator Jeff Schiller brings us a fantasy tale with a difference as he adds gangsters into the mix and that combo was more than enough to get me interested.
Andrew Clemson’s Damsel from D.I.S.T.R.E.S.S. brings us the combo of espionage & fantasy and that alone was enough for me to jump on-board.
Sci-fi dystopian series Peace of Mind from Grym Comics is one that I spotted through the Comichaus app originally but when the full 3-issue series was collected I just had to get a look.
Mario Candelaria and Andy Michael’s Fog Line was another release that caught my eye through Twitter and I jumped at the chance at getting my hands on the one-shot.
The first volume of David Cranna’s Glasscity is a book I’ve had for a while since I backed it on Kickstarter so it was well overdue a look.
David Taylor’s dystopian thriller, Wild Nature, had all the hallmarks of being the type of book I’d love so it was one that I easily got behind during it’s Kickstarter campaigns.