I first discovered Kev Couling’s Sugarcane through his prologue through Comichaus (reviewed there too) but that was more than enough to get me interested in his creation and with a sketchbook being funded right now, I had to get some answers out of him.
AJ Dungo’s graphic novel from Nobrow hit the “must read” list in my head thanks to a recommendation on The Awesome Comics Podcast, so diving into the book already felt like something I’d get something from.
The newest release from Tony Esmond sees him compile a series of comics, prose & pin-ups to capture the lives of people we would never readily be aware of and with a title like The Whore Chronicles it’s safe to say that’s it an adult release not for the easily offended.
The Awesome Comics Podcast team close out their triple threat anthology with the fourth issue that debuted at this year’s True Believers Comic Festival……..a year after the first issue appeared.
After an already impressive opening issue of the Awesome Comics Anthology from Dan Butcher, Tony Esmond & Vince Hunt there was never any doubt that I’d be sticking with the rest of the series and as we edge closer to the fourth being released it was time to delve back into the most recent issues.
The trio behind The Awesome Comics Podcast of Tony Esmond, Dan Butcher & Vince Hunt have taken their weekly podcast from strength to strength as they fight the good fight for the indie comic scene.
Dan Butcher, Tony Esmond & Vince Hunt are the masterminds behind The Awesome Comics Podcast but the trio have taken the extra step of getting an anthology together with a whole new story each.
I’ve only ever dabbled in Podcasts as they never really seem to have been able to grab my attention but this year that changed with The Awesome Comics Podcast.