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In Review: Something Wicked 2018

If the nights are drawing in, and the air has a chill does that mean it is time for this year’s edition of Something Wicked from Futurequake Press? It surely does. The celebrated anthology returns for 2018 with 23 tales and a host of creators old and new, wrapped in a stunning cover by MattContinue reading In Review: Something Wicked 2018

"The Body Bag" written by Chris Sides, art by Denis Vermesse

In Review: Sliced #1 – A free experimental small press comic anthology

Edited by Ken Reynolds Cover by Freja Steele (Redshift Press) Featuring the work of Chris Sides (Redshift Press, Futurequake, British Showcase Anthology), Denis Vermesse (BD Adult, 100% Biodegradable, Action Lab), Tony Suleri (100% Biodegradable), Chris Redfern (The Psychedelic Journal of Time Travel, Zarjaz, Hallowscream), Lukasz Kowalczuk and an exciting crop of relative new comers on the small press scene The Book: Editor KenContinue reading In Review: Sliced #1 – A free experimental small press comic anthology

The Red Mask From Mars #1 - Cover

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

New Biodegradable anthology plumbs new depths!

Deep sea divers, deadly supernatural hell hounds, horny loved up aliens, and lashings of wondrous carnage and mayhem! The new 100% Biodegradable Issue 3, a fantastic digital comic anthology edited by Dave Hailwood from a host of British creators is available now from assorted outlets. 30 pages, black and white and colour, featuring strips by Tony SuleriContinue reading New Biodegradable anthology plumbs new depths!