"The Corner of Some Foreign Field" - S3

In Review: A Corner of Some Foreign Field (a free web comic)

Written by Martin Hayes Art by Alfie Gallagher Colours by Chris O’Halloran Letters by Bram Meehan This short, eight page strip, available to read online for free, is ideally suited to those long cold, and slightly spooky, winters nights. It’s partly inspired by the true story of the murder in February of 1945 of oneContinue reading In Review: A Corner of Some Foreign Field (a free web comic)

Aleister Crowley: Wandering the Waste

Aleister Crowley: Wandering the Waste relaunches at London Super Comic Con

Aleister Crowley: Wandering the Waste, the critically-acclaimed graphic novel by Martin Hayes, Roy Huteson Stewart and Paul McLaren is re-launching at London Super Comic Con 2016 later this month – one of several new titles from Markosia. Described as “one of the most ambitious and well-balanced experiments in comics I’ve seen” by Hannah Means-Shannon at Bleeding Cool, theContinue reading Aleister Crowley: Wandering the Waste relaunches at London Super Comic Con

"Older Than the Hills" by Martin Hayes and Chris Askham

Aces Weekly sees debut of “Older Than the Hills”, return of Humph the Cat and Psycho Gran!

“Older Than the Hills”, the new graphic serial by Martin Hayes and Chris Askham launches as part of Volume 18 of David Lloyd’s digital magazine Aces Weekly today (7th September). High summer. The rolling English countryside. The birds and the butterflies and the blood. Brian and Rebecca, two archaeologists down from the university for a onceContinue reading Aces Weekly sees debut of “Older Than the Hills”, return of Humph the Cat and Psycho Gran!

In Review: Abominable Glory by Martin Hayes and Chris Askham

Written by Martin Hayes Art by Chris Askham Letters and Designs by Bram Meehan Cover by Matthew Soffe Published by Markosia  “In a snowstorm all soldiers look the same….like fresh meat.“ The Story: A World War Two aircraft crashes in the Himalayas in 1943 with a Japanese scientist/spy on board who has information that could win the warContinue reading In Review: Abominable Glory by Martin Hayes and Chris Askham