Commando comics celebrate the spooky season of October with a month-long, bone-rattling bonanza
Howling Commandos! New Hallowe’en issues set to spook…
Something scary this way comes, with the release of this year’s Commando Hallowe’en horror specials
Crowdfunding Spotlight: ArcWorlde – Tales from the Journal, a fantasy comic with a game attached!
Fancy a fantasy adventure comic, with a games tie-in? Check this out
Crowdfunding Spotlight Round Up: Harker, the Samurai Slasher, Octobriana and more!
A round-up of British crowdfunding projects to check out right now…
Coronavirus Pandemic – Creator Resources and Free Comics!
Last Updated 7th April 2020: A list of resources for creators, comic buyers and fun for kids and parents affected by the CoronaVirus Pandemic Lockdown in the UK – and hopefully beyond
Crowdfunding Spotlight: Our Final Halloween
Written and co-created by Mike Garley Art ad co-creation by Michael Lee-Graham Letters and logo design by Michael Stock 35 pages – Full Colour – £3.00 • Currently being Kickstarted here The Book: Five kids wake up in an abandoned… Read More ›
Silent Killer: 32 Kills by Mike Garley, Andy Clift, out now from Comichaus
32 Kills , a new project by Mike Garley and Andy Clift, published by Comichaus is getting its launch at Thought Bubble this weekend, and is available on the publisher’s digital comics platform, available to read now on the Comichaus app. Co-created… Read More ›
In Review: London Super Comic Con 2017
Tony Esmond reports on one of the most eagerly-anticipated comics events in Britain’s capital this year, focusing mainly on the independent titles and creators at the event… It has just been London Super Comic Con for 2017. Yesterday, I got… Read More ›
In Preview: Samurai Slasher: Late Fees
Written by Mike Garley Art by Lukasz Kowalczuk Colours and Letteers by Lukasz Mazur I’ll start with an introduction by writer Mike Garley… “Late Fees is a 36 page limited edition comic (666 signed copies) with a spot gloss cover,… Read More ›
“Martian” author Andy Weir short stories published exclusively on the books and comics app, Tapas
Before Andy Weir’s brilliant SF novel The Martian became a bestseller and a box-office hit, it was posted in short, free instalments to his website. His approach mirrors the serialised stories of 19th century periodicals, which popularized authors like Charles Dickens and… Read More ›