FutureQuake Issue 29 - Cover

In Review: FutureQuake Issue 29

The latest issue of FutureQuake – available online and on sale at various comics events across the UK at the publisher’s stand, see their blog for details – is another terrific anthology of stories from the cream of (mainly British) creators. Here’s what’s inside the 96-page issue – yes, 96 pages of comics goodness! – editedContinue reading In Review: FutureQuake Issue 29

Wild About Comics photo by Martin Tierney, courtesy Target Media

WILD About Comics Opens Birmingham Comics Festival with a Big Bang

WILD ABOUT Comics returns to the Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park on Saturday 2nd April to get this year’s Birmingham Comics Festival off to a glorious start. A roaring success since it debuted last April, WILD About Comics was initially aimed at kids but has become a popular twice-yearly event for the whole family as they join in theContinue reading WILD About Comics Opens Birmingham Comics Festival with a Big Bang

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

Bomb Scares Anthology Promo

Bomb Scares Anthology Out In Time for Hallowe’en, First Annual Event for Project

Hallowe’ens are going to be just that little bit different from now on… Birmingham based comic book publisher Time Bomb Comics has announced the release of what will be an annually released horror anthology going under the title of Bomb Scares. The first volume is available now and weighs in at a hefty 96 pagesContinue reading Bomb Scares Anthology Out In Time for Hallowe’en, First Annual Event for Project

In Review: Tales Of WesterNoir – Book One

One of my favourite small press series over the last couple of years has been writer Dave West and artist Gary Crutchley’s WesterNoir published by Accent UK. The series follows Josiah Black who hunts supernatural creatures in the Old West and to date the series has run to four books with the fifth due this year.Continue reading In Review: Tales Of WesterNoir – Book One