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.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Brandon Lauhon, Clown, James Maddox, Jared Bastian, Willie the Worrier
Writer James Maddox teams-up with artist Brandon Lauhon to bring us the story of a former journalist turned clown in a roaming circus….the promise of something different from that cover alone is more than enough to get me interested.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Bear, MJ Wallace, Rollerskates and Breakfast Dates
Indie comics seem to be one of those places where people love to write stories about their lives and Rollerskates and Breakfast Dates from MJ Wallace is no exception as a 2 year period is covered with her lighthearted autobiographical strips.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Comix Tribe, Gilbert Graham, John Lees, Jonathan Rector, Kel Nuttall, MCM Scotland, Mike Ganon, The Standard, Will Robson
With a comic industry crammed full of superheroes it’s a fairly big gamble to try and grab some of that spotlight and even moreso within the small press market, that being said a well-written comic with good artwork has great potential in challenging that notion. Continue reading
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Colin Bell, Cult Empire, George Lennox, James Devlin, Nixon, SICBA, Vietnam Zombie Holocaust
Issue #1 of Vietnam Zombie Holocaust sees Cult Empire step into the world of indie comics and teams George Lennox on first-time writing duties with seasoned pro’s with some SICBA awards under the belts – James Devlin on art and Colin Bell on lettering duties.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: City of Lost Souls, James McCulloch, Janine Van Moosel, Matt Jordan, MooMac Comics
City of Lost Souls marks the first of many creator-owned publications to come from MooMac Comics and writer James McCulloch teams up with artist Janine Van Moosel to bring us a dark and violent addition to the list of indie titles on offer throughout the UK and beyond.