100% Biodegradable Issue 15 - Switchblade SNIP

SF adventure “Skow Dogs” and Alan Burrows “Switchblade”debut in all-new 100% Biodegradable,

Hot on the heels of the SF adventure “Death Duty” by myself, Dave Hailwood and Brett Burbridge in recent issues of digital anthology 100% Biodegradable comes another new story from the “WarWorldz” shared universe project – “Skowdogs“. In the WarWorldz universe, the once mighty Terran Empire is in decline and under attack, holding onto power with often ruthless force.Continue reading SF adventure “Skow Dogs” and Alan Burrows “Switchblade”debut in all-new 100% Biodegradable,

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Freaks, Heroes and Horrors, Good Grief! A Dastardly Digital Bundle of Comics Now On Sale

Following up on my plug earlier today for 100% Biodegradable Issue 11, there’s a fab “Freaks, Heroes and Horrors Bundle” on offer from four ace independent publishers on the digital platform Drivethrucomics – and it’s bigger than ever this time around. Offering 13 comics at one low price of $2.50/£1.70, Redshift Press brings horror to the mix withContinue reading Freaks, Heroes and Horrors, Good Grief! A Dastardly Digital Bundle of Comics Now On Sale

Five Alive! 100% Biodegradable is back…

Issue 5 of the brilliant 100% Biodegradable, a 30-page colour and black and white bi-monthly digital science fiction comics anthology, is bursting with self contained strips, dragged kicking and screaming from some of the most deranged minds working in the UK comics industry today. There are some great strips, with fine art in particular from DaveContinue reading Five Alive! 100% Biodegradable is back…

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In Review: FutureQuake Issue 25

FutureQuake, one of Britain’s finest small press anthology’s reaches Issue 25 in fine style with two covers by Conor Boyle and Bruno Stahl and, inside the whopping 52-page edition are twelve tales featuring contributions from some of  the best writers and artists the small press has to offer. Editor Dave Evans has a great team on this edition,Continue reading In Review: FutureQuake Issue 25