Spinning out of the fantasy world of Warploque Miniatures comes a stand-alone comic with it’s own set of miniatures AND an impressive team of indie creators behind it – so I HAD to get a look.
Tag Archives: Russell Mark Olson
Ditch Angels – Advanced Review
Having already become a fan of Russell Mark Olson’s work in the likes of A Study in Scarlet, Lady Hollywood, Gateway City & in particular, The Black Iris; the chance to get an early look at his newest book was always something I would jump at.
Hell in Stalingrad – Preview
Madius Comics & Mad Robot Comics are already established Indie comic producers in their own right but when these powerhouses put their creative heads together on a title – it’s instantly got the feeling of something to take notice of.
A Comic a Day in May – Day 17: Mr Doyle’s Class Presents : A Study in Scarlet
Matt Hardy & Russell Mark Olson joined forces to adapt the classic ‘A Study in Scarlet’ and retell the story for a new generation.
Lady Hollywood #2
The opening issue of Lady Hollywood saw Cult Empire Comics step out of the horror shadows we’d seen in their other titles and what an opener that was.
A Comic A Day in May – Day 26: The Black Iris
Russell Mark Olson is a creator that has already impressed in the likes of Lady Hollywood & Gateway City and it took just a glimpse of the cover of this new title to convince a pulp fan like me that this was a book I had to get my hands on.
A Comic A Day in May – Day 12: Gateway City Volume 1
The first volume of Russell Mark Olsen’s Gateway City collects the opening four issues of his series and a pulp series with a sci-fi edge to it seemed to tick far too many boxes associated to some of my favourite things to risk missing out……feverish reading & re-reading is GO!!!
A Comic A Day in May – Day 5: Cadavers – World Gone to Hell
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.
Kickstarter Korner – Enter the Asylum 2018
Accent UK have pretty much always been a source of favourite indie releases since Comics Anonymous began and they’ve recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for their newest annual book – Enter the Asylum.
Advance Review: Lady Hollywood #1
While Cult Empire Comics have already produced some cracking horror titles like Vietnam Zombie Holocaust & Vampires Everywhere, the latest release sees a change of theme as they bring us a story of detectives, gangsters & corruption.