Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Lonnie Mann, Thoughts from Iceland
It seems to me that comic book travel books are the way forward in finding destinations I want to visit and things I want to experience and thanks to creator Lonnie Mann…..Iceland has moved up that list.
Zombies and comics seem a pretty common thing these days so when taking a look at Undead End #1 by creator J. Wright my first worry was that it would blend in with all the other zombie titles out there……but I’m fairly open to giving things a chance before jumping to any conclusions.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Eclipse, Jessica Jimerson, Peter Raymond, Scott Meier, Trevor Talbott
After setting a fairly strong and consistent foundation in issue #1 (reviewed here) I was hoping that the creative team could maintain that in issue #2.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Clare Lenton, Luke Parker, Merrick, Nic J. Shaw, Tom Ward
Having already set-up a tale of revenge in issue #1 (reviewed here) this BPRD-style release from writer Tom Ward & artist Luke Parker has already impressed me so I was hoping that this second issue would build on that.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Colin Bell, Freak Out Squares, Garry Mac, Harrison Stargazer, Harry French, Harry Saxon, Johnny Orion, Unthank Comics
After a phenomenal start in issue #1 (reviewed here) Freak Out Squares from Unthank Comics continues with writer Harry French, artist Garry Mac, colourist Harry Saxon & letterer for the planet earth Colin Bell teaming up again to add more to their world of rock n roll & government control.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Daryl S, Detective 1945, Lucy Shaw, Tommie Kelly
It’s post-war New York and a world recovering from the horrors of war still has criminals in it’s midst committing crimes that need strong-willed detectives to look at let alone solve.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Beast of Barton, John Grieve
John Grieve writes & illustrates a bit of comic book escapism in The Beast of Barton, a lighthearted mix of rhyming poetry and medieval myth.