Filed under: Features
2015 sees a the Comics Anonymous site get a new look and we’ve now moved over to another site – this will stay in place as an Archive which you can access from the new site – head over to the new site now and follow there if you do that here already.
Filed under: Kickstarter
Sinners is a mature reader, noir-esque, comic book unlike which you’ve seen before written by Simon Birks, drawn by RHStewart and with cover and letters by Lyndon White & the Kickstarer is underway now.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Jim Alexander, Luke Cooper, Planet Jimbot, Will Pickering
Jim Alexander’s 1st two issues of Wolf Country (reviewed here) seemed to have an entire universe of possibilities behind it with it’s mix of wild west & werewolves and the good news is that issue #3 brings with more of the same and then some.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Indie Comics | Tags: Daniel Romero, Gerry, James Mulholland, The Disease
Writer James Mulholland brings us this one-shot about Zombies…..and while the initial thoughts that this could be another addition to an overly saturated comics genre…….that’s soon found to be as far from the truth as you can get.
Filed under: Comic Reviews | Tags: Alex Cormack, ComixTribe, Exit Generation, Find, Sam Read
Sam Read teams up with Alex Cormack on this latest one-shot release Find as he follows in the footsteps of John Less with The Standard & And Then Emily Was Gone by stepping into the direct market comics thanks to ComixTribe.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, IDW Comics | Tags: Damien Worm, IDW, Robot Face, Steve Niles, The October Faction
The October Faction became an instant hit with me and was one of the easiest picks for my 2014 highlights and with three issues of perfection already from Steve Niles & Damien Worm……I was hoping this would continue into 2015.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, IDW Comics | Tags: Colin Lorimer, Fox Mulder, Frank Black, IDW, Joanna Lafuente, Joe Harris, Lance Henriksen, Millennium, Shawn Lee
After IDW brought The X-Files back for it’s 10th season in comic book form…..the reigns stayed in the hands of Joe Harris for the return of it’s darker, misunderstood cousin – Millennium.