Pitch perfect for the season, here’s a preview of a terrific new comic, HERE & THERE, seeking crowdfunding for HERE & THERE, about a man trapped in a coma, who traverses his damaged subconscious with a mysterious teenage girl to remember the truth about how he got there. A a psychological horror one-shot comic byContinue reading Sneak Peek: HERE & THERE – A Psychological Horror One-Shot Comic
Written by Chris Sides Art by Chris Travell Lettered and Edited by Ken Reynolds Cover design and art by Colin Lorimer Published by Comichaus The Story: Given six months in prison and slapped with a restraining order against celebrity starlet Kerry Amos, Jared Close rejoices in his new found freedom by going back to doingContinue reading In Preview: ‘Close’ by Chris Sides and Chris Travell
The latest issue of the ace digital comics anthology 100% Biodegradable – the biggest issue yet featuring a cover by Edward R. Norden – is available now from Comicsy! (Declared bias alert – I’m co-writer on “Skow Dogs” with editor David Hailwood). Inside Issue 20, an extra large 48-page extravaganza, positively rammed with action adventure,Continue reading Bigger, bolder and banging onto your radar – the new 100% Biodegradable, on sale now!
Written & created by Chris Sides Art & Lettering by Jake Rowlinson Colours by Daniel Franco Graphic design & additional editing by Ken Reynolds Published by Markosia Enterprises Launching at London Super Comic Con The Story: 2046. Will McGillis, an astrophysicist, is contracted last minute to join the crew of the AMALA in low-Earth orbit, whoContinue reading In Review: IMPOSSIBLE – Markosia’s Impossibly good new SF graphic novel
A 72-page anthology, written by Chris Sides (Whispering Sands), featuring artwork from: Paul Moore (Planet of the Daemons), Charlie Hogg (Torsobear) Chris Travell (Dark Matter), Randy Haldeman (The Jacket web comic) Matt Harrower (The Kill Screen) Jim Lavery (FutureQuake), Aljosa Tomic (Bloodfellas) Dan Cornwell (Rok of the Reds) and Ken Reynolds (Cognition) Created by ChrisContinue reading In Review – Dark Matter Issue II