Super Robot Mayhem #1 - SNIP

In Review: Super Robot Mayhem #1 Sample Art

Creative Team Created by Jeremy Biggs, Adrian Mursec Writer: Jeremy Biggs Artwork: Javier Bordon Design: Paul Nicholson Colours: Javier Bordon, Yel Zamor, Jeremy Biggs Letters: Jon Scrivens Publisher: Subversive Comics The Book: Have you ever wondered what would have happened if (Akira creator) Katsuhiro Otomo and 1970’s era Ridley Scott had teamed up to createContinue reading In Review: Super Robot Mayhem #1 Sample Art

Crowdfunding Spotlight: Metal Made Flesh 2 – Blood & Oil

After a chance meeting at a convention in 2011, Simeon Aston and Jeremy Biggs began working together to create the illustrated cyberpunk novella Metal Made Flesh, a collection of three separate but interlinked stories set in a futuristic world created and illustrated by Simeon and written by Jeremy. It details the exploits of three mercenaries as theyContinue reading Crowdfunding Spotlight: Metal Made Flesh 2 – Blood & Oil

Creators @ MCM Scotland Comic Con 2014

 In 2013 the MCM organisation severely underestimated the level of interest in their MCM Scotland Comic Con and the queues to get in on its single day reached near legendary status, as well as the BBC News. This year things were very different with MCM taking over the majority of the vast SECC venue inContinue reading Creators @ MCM Scotland Comic Con 2014

Subversive Comics Kickstarts Bearlands Issue 6

A short while back we reviewed the first three issues of Subversive Comics’ great Bearlands comic. Written by Jeremy Biggs and illustrated by Bakki, Bearlands takes the now seemingly ubiquitous zombie apocalypse tale and gives it a new twist – teddy bears. The comic follows the trials and tribulations of un-named chopper-riding, leather-clad, Matrix sunglasses wearing,Continue reading Subversive Comics Kickstarts Bearlands Issue 6

In Review: Bearlands Issues 1 to 3

Subversive Comic’s full colour glossy Bearlands, written by Jeremy Biggs and illustrated by Bakki, tells the anthropomorphic story of an unnamed chopper-riding, leather-clad, Matrix sunglasses wearing, cigarette smoking teddy bear as he tries to survive in the aftermath of a zom-bear apocalypse. Haunted by dreams of his life before, our motorcycling hero turns up aloneContinue reading In Review: Bearlands Issues 1 to 3