Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Black Hearted Press, David Braysher, John Farman, Sha Nazir
It’s another day of our Black Hearted Press feature, where today we’ll be looking at the last of the co-founders David Braysher. Here’s Linsay’s review of the title that started it all – Black Maria.
Filed under: Interviews | Tags: Black Hearted Press, John Farman, School of the Damned
We’ve kicked off our week long feature on indie comics publishers Black Hearted Press by reviewing School of the Damned issues #1 and #2 – so following on from that, we spoke with it’s creator and co-founder of BHP John Farman.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Black Hearted Press, David Alexander, David Braysher, horror, James Devlin, Jason Mathis, John Farman
It’s the first part of our Black Hearted Press week long feature, starting with Gary’s review of the first two issues of John Farman’s School of the Damned.
Filed under: Features | Tags: 7String, Accent UK, Andy Bloor, Black Hearted Press, Dan Harris, Jamie Grant, Jim Alexander, John Farman, John Lees, Jonathan Rector, Kel Nuttall, Kev Mullins, Kris Carter, Lou Scannon, Nich Angell, Sha Nazir, Team Girl Comic, The Standard
As 2012 fills up the CA team diary with more Cons than Arkham Asylum, there’s also the added bonus of the TOP comic book contributors being highlighted in the numerous award ceremonies which take place at these. None more so than the long standing Eagle Awards (around since the mid-70’s) which are presented at this years MCM Expo London Comic Con in May. With the 1st round of nominations being open since the start of January through until the end of February, the CA team thought we’d try and highlight some key possibilities for your nominations…..