The Pull List Issue 1 - Cover

Pipedream Comics launches debut issue of The Pull List

Digital comics news site  Pipedream Comics have launched the first issue of The Pull List, a new quarterly magazine dedicated to the world of small press, indie and digital comics – and it’s fantastic, well worth the measly 99p cover price. Edited by Alex Thomas, the first issue is packed with exclusive news, reviews and interviewsContinue reading Pipedream Comics launches debut issue of The Pull List

Kill Screen #4 - Cover

In Review – Kill Screen Issue 4: Code Red

  Written by Mike Garley Art by Joshua Sherwell Letters by Mike Stock “Humanity has reached its Kill Screen. Now only the strongest will survive as computer errors transcend from the digital world into our own, destroying everything in their way. “Set two years after ‘The Kill Screen’ event, humanity is left on the brinkContinue reading In Review – Kill Screen Issue 4: Code Red

The Kill Screen Issue 3 - Cover

Preview – The Kill Screen Issue 3: Here We Have

Written by Mike Garley Art by Josh Sherwell Lettered by Mike Stock The Story: “Here We Have”starts in flashback, to the surfacing of the techno disease introduced in previous issues and the attempts by the military to quell its course. A strange infected being rises before the story heads forward again to the present. WeContinue reading Preview – The Kill Screen Issue 3: Here We Have

Halloween: A Horror Anthology 2014 - Afterlife in The Black Room by R.H. Stewart

In Review: Halloween – A Horror Anthology

    Just in the nick of time for this Halloween weekend, this anthology fell into my inbox. It is absolutely packed full of talent and shows off a pile of UK-based small press creators with great effect. It’s 62 pages of mostly full colour, full terror content that puts most modern mainstream horror anthologies toContinue reading In Review: Halloween – A Horror Anthology

Kill Screen: Cascade - Sample Art

In Review – The Kill Screen: Cascade

  Writer: Mike Garley Art: Josh Sherwell Letters; Mike Stock Web: http://mikegarley.com/the-kill-screen “Humanity has reached its Kill Screen. Now only the strongest will survive as computer errors transcend from the digital world in to our own, destroying everything in their way. Set two years after the ‘Kill Screen’ event, humanity lies on the brink of extinction leavingContinue reading In Review – The Kill Screen: Cascade