Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Dan Thompson, Ivanna Matilla, Moon, Ray Barton, Shades Rodriguez, Steve Penfold, The Agency
A recent title I picked up on my comic con travels was this Indie by Dan Thompson & Steve Penfold……and from that front cover…….it looked to be a fairly wacky idea they had with their main character having a moon for his head.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Alex, All-ages, Jack Davies, Jacob Boniface
I love me some indie books but there’s something particularly special about an all-ages book – the task of appealing to young & old alike has always seemed to be such a fine art with those that achieve it being instantly memorable.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Alien, Delia Awesome, Michael Schneider, Rick, Spaghetti the Dog
With a title that includes the word “Awesome” it was pretty clear that this title was aiming high but why the hell not?
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.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Dan Harris, HdE, Jim Bampfield, Kris Carter, Lou Scannon, Thought Bubble
With the first five issues of Lou Scannon going from strength to strength (see #1, #2, #3, #4 & #5) – it was always going to be interesting to see what creators Jim Bampfield, Kris Carter & Dan Harris would do next with their sci-fi, comedy masterpiece.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Andel, FTL, Garry Mac, Gonzo Cosmic, Unthank Comics
Another first for my growing independent comic sees Unthank Comics continues its new releases with Gonzo Cosmic #1 from creator Garry Mac and a proper sci-fi epic that I know from issue #1 is going to mess with my head……BRING IT ON!!!
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Black Leaf, Colin Bell, Garry McLaughlin, John Lees
We’re fortunate at Comics Anonymous to be able to pick up a broad range of indie/self-published titles from local and UK talent…..and we’re even more fortunate to be able to add these to our regular pull-lists. The latest from John Lees (story), Garry Mac (art) & Colin Bell (lettering) is Black Leaf #1.