Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Cascade, Chris, Josh Sherwell, Mike Garley, Mike Stock, The Kill Screen
The quest for survival continues in The Kill Screen #2 as writer Mike Garley, artist Josh Sherwell and Letterer Mike Stock team-up to build on the cracking start in issue #1 (reviewed here) and that teaser ahead of LFCC earlier this year
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Alex Ronald, Chris Connelly, Colin Bell, Cult Empire Comics, George Lennox, James Devlin, Jason Mathis, Norrie Millar, The Lakes
Having stepped into the small press spotlight with Vietnam Zombie Holocaust (reviewed here) Cult Empire Comics follows that up with their second title Horror Show.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Lonnie Mann, Thoughts from Iceland
It seems to me that comic book travel books are the way forward in finding destinations I want to visit and things I want to experience and thanks to creator Lonnie Mann…..Iceland has moved up that list.
Zombies and comics seem a pretty common thing these days so when taking a look at Undead End #1 by creator J. Wright my first worry was that it would blend in with all the other zombie titles out there……but I’m fairly open to giving things a chance before jumping to any conclusions.
Filed under: Events, Features | Tags: 7String, Ammar Al Chalabi, Chris Welsh, Dan Harris, Dan Thompson, Eclipse, Ivanna Matilla, Jessica Jimerson, Jim Bampfield, Josh Sherwell, Kris Carter, Lou Scannon, Luke Parker, Merrick, Mike Garley, Mike Stock, Moon, Nottingham Comic Con, Peter Raymond, Steve Penfold, The Kill Screen, Tom Ward, Trevor Talbott & Scott Meier, Wart
With Nottingham Comic Convention just a week away I thought I’d take a look at some of the small press that’ll be in attendance that I’d recommend folks keep an eye out for.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Eclipse, Jessica Jimerson, Peter Raymond, Scott Meier, Trevor Talbott
After setting a fairly strong and consistent foundation in issue #1 (reviewed here) I was hoping that the creative team could maintain that in issue #2.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Clare Lenton, Luke Parker, Merrick, Nic J. Shaw, Tom Ward
Having already set-up a tale of revenge in issue #1 (reviewed here) this BPRD-style release from writer Tom Ward & artist Luke Parker has already impressed me so I was hoping that this second issue would build on that.