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.
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A Comic a Day in May – Day 3: Deadliner
Dave Cook already has an impressive list of titles to his name with the likes of Bust, Vessels & Killtopia, but he’s recently thrown us a psychological horror one-shot about a writer fighting creative burnout…..so that had “read me” written all over it.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 2: Glasscity Volume 1
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.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 1: Wild Nature #1 & 2
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.
John Wards impressive opening issue of Acausal was enough to make sure it would be another of his titles I was going to keep track of – cue me getting my hands on the second issue of this Sci-Fi Crime thriller.
The Hoards of Surrey #2
The first issue of Dave Wimblett’s The Hoards of Surrey was a slick beginning & backing the rest of the series was always on the cards for me so getting a look at the second part ahead of the finale was a must.
Nightmare Fuel #1
I’ve read enough of Fraser Campbell’s work to know that he hits us with stories that I can’t get enough of and I jumped at the chance to get an early look at his newest creation, Nightmare Fuel.
Rufus Marigold from Ross Murray started life as a web-comic before this longer form book became a reality thanks to New Zealand’s Earth’s End Publishing and then more recently via Kickstarter thanks to Honest Publishing.
Advanced Review : Volcano Island #1
The first issue of a new sci-fi mystery in itself should be an attention grabber but the style on that front cover alone was calling out for me to take a look. Continue reading
G-Man Talks to Dave Cook about BPM: Beatdowns Per Minute
With an already impressive back catalogue of indie titles under his belt (Bust, Vessels, Killtopia) it’s fair to say that ANY title Dave Cook works on is worth a look and with his next book getting a physical release while it runs on Patreon I fired some questions his way about it…