Big Punch Studios - Books Package

Weighing in with Big Punch Studios

Over the last few years, British indie publisher Big Punch Studios have shown that they are turning into one of the most interesting and original small press outfits on the scene. They’re a breeding ground for originality both in content and approach to the market and are, without a doubt, some of the most infectiously enthusiasticContinue reading Weighing in with Big Punch Studios

Cup of O - Small Press Reviews

Cup of O – Small Press Reviews

  Hello! Two of the three comics I’m reviewing this month are from last year’s Melksham Comic Con – the next of which is taking place in a fortnight. It’s a wonderfully passionate little convention and Geoffery Crescent and I will be there with The Psychedelic Journal.   Zarjaz 20 Edited by Richmond Clements & Bolt-01 The twentieth issue ofContinue reading Cup of O – Small Press Reviews

Awesome Comics Podcast Episode 6 - Jon Lock

New Awesome Comics Podcast probes “Afterlife” creator and publisher Jon Lock

Episode 6 of the new UK small press centric Awesome Comics Podcast is coming your way today. Hosted by Vince Hunt (creator of Red Mask From Mars), Dan Butcher (Vanguard) Butcher and our very own reviewer chap Tony Esmond, this episode has as its guest indie creator Jon Lock. Not only is Jon the writer ofContinue reading New Awesome Comics Podcast probes “Afterlife” creator and publisher Jon Lock

Halloween: A Horror Anthology 2014 - Afterlife in The Black Room by R.H. Stewart

In Review: Halloween – A Horror Anthology

    Just in the nick of time for this Halloween weekend, this anthology fell into my inbox. It is absolutely packed full of talent and shows off a pile of UK-based small press creators with great effect. It’s 62 pages of mostly full colour, full terror content that puts most modern mainstream horror anthologies toContinue reading In Review: Halloween – A Horror Anthology

Cup of O – Melksham Comic Con 2014

    This year’s Melksham Comic Con was my second as a seller – last year’s single day was easily one of my favourite events of 2013. For 2014, the small indie con expanded into two days and although the Sunday was markedly slower the high levels of enthusiasm and interest persisted and the entire event was, fromContinue reading Cup of O – Melksham Comic Con 2014