Filed under: Comic Reviews
Steve Niles hits us with another winner with his 3-part arc Breath of Bones: A Tale of the Golem through Dark horse Comics (reviewed here).
Just a few weeks ago I was lucky enough to get hold of a review copy of Garry Mac’s latest, Gonzo Cosmic – set for release soon but it impressed straight-away……and then some.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Bestof2013, Dan Harris, Jim Bampfield, Kris Carter, Lou Scannon
The first self-published title to make my list of highlights is Lou Scannon…..comedy gold in comic book form.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Bestof2013, dc comics, Injustice Gods Among Us
As my interest in some of DC’s New 52 releases wavered this year I took a chance with their video game tie-in Injustice: Gods Among Us…….and I was glad I did.
Filed under: Competitions | Tags: Boo Cook, Cameron Stewart, Competition, Fabio Moon, Gabriel Ba, Jeffrey Brown, Jessica Martin, Kieron Gillen, Mark Buckingham, Ming Doyle, Ramon Perez, Sean Gordon Murphy, Thought Bubble
Following on from our trip to Thought Bubble last weekend – we have a few signed comic prizes up for grabs which we’ll be giving away over the next few weeks…..
Filed under: Events | Tags: Accent UK, Afterlife, Colin Bell, Dan Harris, David Aja, Dogooder Comics, Dungeon Fun, Exit Generation, Fabio Moon, Fiona Staples, Gabriel Ba, Geof Darrow, Jim Bampfield, John Lees, John Lock, Kris Carter, Leeds, Lou Scannon, Matt Fraction, Neil Slorance, Ramon Perez, Sam Read, Sean Gordon Murphy, Thought Bubble
Last weekend saw Thought Bubble come to its annual climax as a week long celebration of sequential art ended with the 2-day comic con on the Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th November…..and it’s safe to say that this event has become one of the most popular events in the Comics Anonymous calendar.
Filed under: Features | Tags: Bestof2013, Chip Zdarsky, Matt Fraction, Sex Criminals
We kick-off our regular end of the year review with a daily highlight from 2013 and first up is ‘Sex Criminals’ from Image
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: And Then Emily Was Gone, Colin Bell, Iain Laurie, John Lees, Thought Bubble
Another top release to look out for at this year’s Thought Bubble Comic Con is issue #2 of And Then Emily Was Gone from Comic Anon favourite John Lees. Where issue #1 introduced the characters, this issue delves deeper into the mystery.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Alexandra Bastet, Jim Murray, Leo Noiret, London, Robbie Morrison, Thought Bubble
Robbie Morrison and Jim Murray bring us book 1 of Drowntown – a sci-fi, noir-thriller with one of the coolest covers I’ve seen in a long time…….and the big question is “Is it any good?”
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Afterlife Inc., Ash Jackson, Jack Fortune, Jon Lock, Michael Stock, Nathan Ashworth, Spies, Thought Bubble, Vampires
Jon Lock’s latest release sees Afterlife Inc. hit its third volume following a VERY successful Kickstarter he ran earlier this year and given how good those first two volumes were – it’s no wonder that gave the Kickstarter the momentum it needed to meet its target.