It’s the first show of 2019, and the Awesome Comics Podcast team – Dan Butcher, Tony Esmond and Vince Hunt – talk about what they and the listeners are looking forward to in indie comics in the coming months. There are lots of names, titles and more to keep an eye on are mentioned asContinue reading Awesome Comics Podcast Episode 183 – Looking forward to the Year Ahead
Debuting earlier this month, the third issue of The Awesome Comics anthology is on sale now from the same team who bring you the Awesome Comics Podcast. The anthology title continues three distinct stories from the team – “Murder Road” by Vince Hunt (also known for The Red Mask From Mars) and the Sinister Horror Company’s Daniel Marc Chant, theContinue reading Awesome Comics anthology Issue Three now on sale
Well. That was a blooming good Comic Convention! The Cardiff Independent Comic Expo was a big deal for a couple of personal reasons. Myself and my Awesome Comics Podcast buddies, Vince Hunt and Dan Butcher (including the mighty Nick Prolix) were launching the second issue of our anthology series. We are having a blast withContinue reading In Pictures: Cardiff Independent Comic Expo 2018
The Awesome Comics Podcast continues to broadcast some great stuff about British comics and more. Once again, I’ve been a bit neglectful in keeping you posted with its, well, awesome coverage of some terrific creators, including great interviews and entertaining discussions about comic creation. So let’s put that right with a catch up of recentContinue reading It’s time for another Awesome Comics Podcast Catch-Up! Comichaus secrets revealed! Books to look out for in 2018! And more!
The Awesome Comics Anthology – the work of the team who bring you the Awesome Comics Podcast dedicated to British independent comics – is making its debut at True Believers Comic Festival on Saturday February 3rd 2018 and the book is coming together nicely, but it needs one more ingredient… your input as comic readers! “We’veContinue reading First Awesome Comics Podcast anthology in the works, to launch at True Believers in February