Cadavers from Mad Robot Comics became an impressive world when Matt Hardy introduced it to us in those first three issues and before we see how that first arc plays out he’s only gone & thrown an anthology in our direction too.
You could say that Killtopia from Dave Cook & Craig Paton had built up quite a buzz by the time it hit Kickstarter last year…..but you’d be MASSIVELY under-playing an indie title that seemed to ignite the small press world in a whole new way.
Mad Robot Comics has already been a strong source of entertaining indie titles and this latest release sees writer Matt Hardy team-up with Ash Deadman to co-create something different.
Susie Gander’s Perrywinkle comic was borne out of her own battle with cancer and having seen the “C” word hit my own family, I was keen to see how this would shape up.
Having already read, loved & backed Darkboy & Adler it’s an easy title to add to my “must recommend” list and with the Kickstarter still running it’s a great way to find out more and grab some unique rewards.
Jon Laight’s latest book, Away, is being released through Markosia in a couple of months time but the promise of a sci-fi epic covering adventures across space & time had me more than a little intrigued.
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.
Creator Michael Phoenix brings us the first in his 4-part series Gods of Men that promises to be a superhero story with a difference.
The Papercuts and Inkstains quarterly anthology from Madius Comics has been an eclectic mix of horror, sci-fi, fantasy & more and after ploughing their way through six issues the team are aiming to collect them all into a single volume through Kickstarter.