British comic creator and designer Martin Stiff – best known for The Absence, published by Titan Comics – has gone digital for Free Comic Book Day by releasing a free, new 29-page web-comic. “It’s a story completely unrelated to The Absence (although I have put a plug for the book at the end of the comic!),” MartinContinue reading Absence Creator Martin Stiff releases free new supernatural sci-fi comic for FBCD
It’s going to be a busy week for comic shops across the UK, not only due of today’s delivery of new comics but because they’re readying themselves for Free Comic Book Day on Saturday 2nd May 2015 – the day many specialist comic shops across the UK join with stores across the world to promote our industryContinue reading British Comic Shop Releases (29th April 2015) – Free Comic Book Day Looms, Johnny Nemo storms in!
Happy 2015 to all Down the Tubes readers! I’ve got a bumper crop of reviews for you – all of them are comics bought at the tail end of 2013 (this is how big my reading pile is!) at the first Lakes International and the Thought Bubble of that year. Raygun Roads (Changeling Studios) Owen Michael Johnson/Indio Continue reading Cup of O – Small Press Reviews
Midnight Man – a fantastic-looking original graphic novel from Andy Bloor and Mo Ali and published by Bad Mother Publisher, will debut at Thought Bubble 2014 next month. Falling from Big Ben whilst being chased by a possessed horse from the American Civil War, the time-travelling vigilante Midnight Man has had stranger days. Can heContinue reading Midnight Man, an original graphic novel to debut at Thought Bubble
Hello – ! Welcome to my second round-up and review of things happening over at 2000AD – the biggest event in the offing is without a doubt last week’s phenomenally ridiculous conclusion of the most recent run of Indigo Prime where (spoiler warning) Cthulhu bursts out of the face of Jesus (becoming Christhulhu naturally). The ripples of the entire breathtaking arc areContinue reading Cup of O – 2000 AD Round-Up