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.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Alan Stealth, David Dhalia, Genesis, James, Sam, School of Bitches, Virtues Chronicles
School of Bitches has probably the best name for a publisher in the world and this Cardiff-based collective group of writers & artists have been brought together to work on Alan Stealth’s Genesis.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Black Hearted Press, Dex, Gary Chudleigh, Glasgow Comic Con, Mackie, Miranda, Talking Dog, Tanya Roberts
Released a couple of weeks back at Glasgow Comic Con – the first issue of Gary Chudleigh & Tanya Roberts Plagued: The Miranda Chronicles found it’s home among the Black Hearted Press titles on offer and after seeing brief glimpses of the artwork online this was a small press title I wasn’t going to miss.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: House Party, I Am Fire, LFCC, Michelle, Neil, Rachael Smith, Siobhan
After reading I Am Fire (reviewed here) I was hyped to get my hands on a copy of Rachael Smith’s latest release in her House Party graphic novel.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Colin Bell, Dogooder Comics, Dungeon Fun, Fun Mudlifter, Glasgow Comic Con, Neil Slorance
Following a strong opener in issue #1 (reviewed here) and my head nearly exploding with some preview images recently released (preview here) I got my chance to sit down and read issue #2 ahead of it’s launch at this year’s Glasgow Comic Con (5th & 6th July).
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Dogooder Comics, Glasgow Comic Con, Owen Michael Johnson, Raygun Roads, Reel Love
The latest release from Dogooder Comics sees writer Owen Michael Johnson (Raygun Roads) bring us a personal story of first time experiences of the cinema where the vastness of the screen, the escapism of the characters and the obsessive awe that gets sparked with this element of pop culture for almost every generation since movies began.