Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Art Heroes, Daniel Clifford, Halcyon, Lee Robinson, Tenderfoot, The Halogen Man
A highlight of doing a Blog like Comics Anonymous is that we get to pickup titles from the indy/self-published scene in the UK with ease and Halcyon & Tenderfoot from Daniel Clifford & Lee Robinson is a perfect example of that.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Dan Harris, HdE, Jim Bampfield, Kris Carter, Lou Scannon
Issue #5 of the so far impressive Lou Scannon arrived on my doorstep a few weeks back and somehow it seemed to slip through my “next-to-read” pile as I drowned in an influx of new issues. Wall-to-wall “must-reads” could stand in the way no longer as the intrigue of the creative teams Facebook comments “It’s very different” aimed in my direction had me wary of what to expect.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Abandoned Comics, Blackstar, Dwayne Moloney, Mike Lynch, Nestor, Trystan Mitchell
The latest release from Abandoned Comics sees them release a superhero comic with writer and Abandoned Comics co-founder Mike Lynch (Nestor) adding another title to his name.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Caio Oliveira, Gordon McLean, No More Heroes
With the first 3 issues of this series wowing the Comic Anon gang and beyond…..it was with a mix of child-like excitement and a “damn it’s the last issue” approach but I ordered the last issue as soon as it was available, eager to see how it finished and kinda bummed that it has to end at all.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Berlin, Jonbot Vs Martha, NeilSlorance
You know that an indie book/creator is doing things right when you need to get your hands on the latest issue just as much as your normal weekly comics. It happened with No More Heroes. It happened with The Standard. And now it’s happened again with Neil Slorance’s follow up to Nine Lines of Metro - Seven Days in Berlin.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Afterlife Inc., Ash Jackson, Grant Perkins, Jack Davies, Jack Fortune, Jack Tempest, Jade Sarson, Jon Lock, Mark Pearce, Nadine Ashworth, Sean McSorley, Thought Bubble, Warwick Fraser-Coombe, Will Tempest
This second volume from Jon Lock sees the days of Jack Fortune, head of Afterlife Inc., continue his business on the other side.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Caio Oliveira, Gordon McClean, No More Heroes, SICBA, Thought Bubble
Gordon McLean’s No More Heroes hit issue #3 and after a phenomenal build-up in issue #1 & #2 – he made sure his title took top spot in the Comics Anonymous reading pile giving us high hopes of its on-going quality.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Gary Chudleigh, Graeme Kennedy, Obscure Reference Comics, Thought Bubble, Villainous
Obscure Reference comics will be launching the third and final part of their Villanous title at this years Thought Bubble…..but the Comics Anonymous team were lucky enough to get one of the first looks.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: D.I.C.E., Dublin, Lightning Strikes
This first issue from Lightning Strikes sees them take a real mix of stories and throw them together….but would that approach work?
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Flakes, Ganjaman, George Bell, Jim Stewart, Marijuana Girl, Snowmen, Surreality Comics
After picking up Volume 1 of Flakes a few months back (reviewed here) I took the chance to catch Volume 2 from Surreality Comics.