Just some of the creators gathered at Gosh in London for the successful launch of the Broken Frontier Small Press Year Book 2016 on 29th April. Photo: Mauricio Molizane De Souza

Broken Frontier Publishes First Small Press Yearbook

Following hot of the heels of the release of its brilliant Broken Frontier Anthology, the comic book and graphic novel news site has just released another great publication – the Broken Frontier Small Press Year Book 2016. Launched on Friday 29th April at London’s Gosh! Comics, the Broken Frontier Small Press Yearbook 2016 celebrates the work of BF Editor-in-ChiefContinue reading Broken Frontier Publishes First Small Press Yearbook

One Beat Zines: Identity - Cover

One Beat Zines announces third anthology, “Identity” will launch at Thought Bubble

One Beat Zines, thezine-making collective/distro run by Sarah Broadhurst and Julia Scheele has announced the impending release of their third anthology since they launched almost exactly one year ago. Identity – available for pre-order from the OBZ shop – is a book full of varied and diverse female voices writing and/or drawing about who they are, how they see themselves and how theyContinue reading One Beat Zines announces third anthology, “Identity” will launch at Thought Bubble

Dirty Rotten Comics Issue 3

In Review – Dirty Rotten Comics issue 3

  Edited by Gary Clap and Kirk Campbell The full creative line-up for Dirty Rotten Comics Issue Three is: Elizabeth Querstret (Querstret.co.uk , @querstret) Jey Levang (Jeylevang.com , @levangj) The Happy Ghetto (The Happy Ghetto , @thehappyghetto , @murorga) Claude TC (Gronk Comics , @captainclaude) Alex Ross (The Mumbling Horse) Kirk Campbell (@kirkcomedy) Jess MiltonContinue reading In Review – Dirty Rotten Comics issue 3

To Arms! Via IndieGoGo

During our interview earlier in the week with writer/artist Jessica Martin, she mentioned that she is involved with a new Great War anthology graphic novel entitled To Arms! This is planned as an 80+ page hardback anthology with stories based in and around the First World War. It is the edited by Matthew Duncan andContinue reading To Arms! Via IndieGoGo