This year saw Dark Horse Comics release Black Hammer as Jeff Lemire & Dean Ormston teamed-up to bring us a story of ageing heroes trapped in small-town USA.
Dundee’s Terrier Studios was a publisher I stumbled across earlier in the year at the first Dunfermline Comic Con and after picking up the first two issues of their Tales of Mystery and Imagination I was pretty much hooked.
Another recent discovery at this years Thought Bubble was Blood Blokes by Adam Cadwell but as luck would have it, it was the chance to work through the complete 6-issue series in one go.
The latest release from Rachael Smith debuted at Thought Bubble at the beginning of November and it was one of the first books I picked up.
After the strongest of possible starts in the first two issues of Mulp, we hit the halfway point of this 5-part release from Improper Books where Matt Gibbs & Sara Dunkerton have their sights firmly set on more adventure.
I was lucky enough to discover Mulp at The Lakes earlier this month where I got to have a chat with creators Matt Gibbs & Sara Dunkerton. Since then I’ve reviewed issue #1 (which I loved) and then caught up with the creators again to ask some questions on all things mice related……..there was even a glimpse at some of issue #2 as well which I’ve shared!