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.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Big in Japan, Crossing Borders, Glasgow Comic Con, Moogs Kewell, SICBA
After recently catching up on Moogs Kewell’s SICBA awards winning Big In Japan (reviewed here) I was straight onto ordering her latest release Crossing Borders which has got 2 nominations in this years SICBA’s.
Filed under: Previews | Tags: Colin Bell, Dogooder Comics, Dungeon Fun, Glasgow Comic Con, Neil Slorance, SICBA
After an AMAZING opening issue Colin Bell & Neil Slorance return with issue #2 of Dungeon Fun…….a highly anticipated issue that I’m sure LOTS of people people are waiting for given the mass appeal and success of issue #1.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Andrew Blackman, Diskordia, Iverna Deskernia, Jackal Black, Rivenis, Vernon Cutter
Getting a run of issues for ANY comic is like stumbling across a boxset of your favourite show and hitting it in a marathon run through. While that may be more of a gamble with a comic you don’t know much about, if it pays off you’ve lucked out and that’s what I was hoping would happen with Diskordia.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Dead Canary Comics, frogman, Frogman Returns, John Aggs, Mark Lewis, Matt Fitch
Dead Canary Comics bring us the day-to-day life of Freddy Frog aka Frogman in these two issues that merge the mundane life of Freddy with the crime-fighting world of Frogman.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Caio Oliveira, Colin Bell, Exit Generation, Marissa Louise, Ramon Villalobos, Sam Read
After opening with a strong first issue (reviewed here), Sam Read brings us the second part of his title Exit Generation and I was hopeful that this would keep up the momentum.