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.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Black Hearted Press, John Farman, John Howard, Royal Descent
The latest offering Black Hearted Press sees Britain in a new light……but the approach has brought with it an original idea as well as the media tag of being “sick”. As Indie titles have always been free of the shackles that a big publisher can bring it’s no real surprise that something like this was due to come along – but what makes this release different?
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Caio Oliveira, Colin Bell, Exit Generation, Jack, Matthew, Olivia, Ruth Redmond, Sam Read, Thought Bubble
Debuting at this year’s Thought Bubble Comic Festival in Leeds on the 23rd & 24th of November is Sam Read’s first foray into the world of self-published comics although his recent Second place in Grayhaven Comics Apprentice competition was a definite indicator of how good Sam could be.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: British Comic Awards, Colin Bell, Gary Kelly, Insomnia, MCM, Neverending, Olivia Olsen, Parkour, Sarah Pickwick, Stephen Sutherland, Taking Flight
From the first time I saw the teased cover image from the creators for Neverending – I had a fair idea that this would be another Indie/Self-published title that I’d be clamouring to get hold of but fate’s heavy hand meant I missed the MCM Comic Con at the SECC which marked the launch……and to make matters worse……at least for me…..it sold out its first print faster than a complaint was registered against the casting of Affleck…..and that’s FAST!
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: 7String, Afterlife Inc., Jack Fortune, Jon Lock, Nich Angell, Requiem, The Heavenly Chord, Zachary Briarpatch
What could be better than an indie/small press release? How’s about a crossover between 2 indie/small press releases – where Jon Lock & Nich Angell join their creative forces AND creations together………….The Heavenly Chord does just that…..and I’M IN!