Filed under: Features | Tags: A Date With Death, Afterlife Inc., Andy W. Clift, Bertie Bear, Brett Burbridge, Chop chop chop!, David Hailwood, Descending Outlands, Guiseppa Barresi, Happy Halloween Anthology, Jon Lock, Jon Scrivens, Josh Sherwell, Kel Winser, Little Terrors, Luke Cooper, Mike Garley, Mike Stock, One More Family Secret, Patrick 'Patman' Cline, Paulo Oliveria, Peg Powler, Peter Mason, R.H.Stewart, Samantha Holmlund, Shaun Dobbie, Shaun Dobie, Steven D. Quirke, Stu Smith, The Gee Bees, The Kill Screen, The Red Mask From Mars, The Witch of West Wood, Think Yourself Dead, Vince Hunt
A who’s who of small press names have teamed up to bring us this free….that’s right, FREE!!…….Halloween Anthology of 13 (spooky) short stories and all for the fun of making comics.
Filed under: Previews | Tags: Art Heroes, Daniel Clifford, Endangered & More Strange Stories, Lee Robinson, Mark E. Johnson, Shaun Balbirnie
There have been some great all ages books released in recent years among the small press books & beyond and Art Heroes has a new one on the way as a followup to their Halcyon & Tenderfoot series.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Detective Spencer, DI Fisher, Good Cop Bad Cop, Jim Alexander, Luke Cooper, Will Pickering
The first GoodCopBadCop release won a True Believers award for Best British Black & White Comic and with Casebook #2 set to debut at next months Thought Bubble Sequential Art Festival, I got a chance to check it out. (SPOILERS!)
Filed under: Comic Reviews, IDW Comics | Tags: Damien Worm, IDW, Monster and Madman, Steve Niles, The October Faction
This new title from IDW sees writer Steve Niles & artist Damien Worm team-up again after they worked on Monster & Madman (#1, #2 & #3) earlier this year which I loved. Safe to say that this was on my preorder list straight away and after seeing some teaser images on the lead up to it’s release only helped me get more hyped.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Caio Oliveira, Colin Bell, Ramon Villalobos, Sam Read