This week the four of us are getting together to make some recommendations of where to start if you’re new to comics. It’s a question that’s regularly asked and we wanted to make some suggestions that are less heard and a little newer than the classic starting points for comics. We’re each recommending a series that’s finished within the last […]
“Swine is a pretty wild ride, if you like your horror a little on the ludicrous side you’re definitely going to enjoy this book.”
“The tension building we’ve seen across the last few issues of Home Sick Pilots is just about to get its release and honestly I can’t wait to see what’s going to happen as the band rivalry between the Home Sick Pilots and the Nuclear Bastards is about to reach a whole new level.”
“While Smither’s & Wing starts out as a fairly standard missing persons case it doesn’t take long for the supernatural elements to make an appearance, which is where things get really interesting.”
This week Angela, Will and Zach are getting together to round-up four of Septembers first issues!
I’ve been a fan of Tim Seeley’s work since I read Revival, but what really cemented that truth was Money Shot. Between the two we see a great range in Seeley’s writing, a creator who can do both horror, comedy and human emotion to an equally effective degree. I’ve also been a slasher movie fan since seeing Scream 3 when […]
“An absolute must read book for horror fans this spooky season.”
“It’s just your average story about a young girl turning into a tree.”
“An interesting take on the Headless Horseman mythos, with plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing.”
“We’re at the halfway point of Black’s Myth and it still feels like there’s potential for the series to go in practically any direction it wants.”
“Becstar is without contest the most fun science fiction comic I’ve read this year.”
“This is not your usual Dracula story.”
“An interesting supernatural, body horror tale set in small town America.”
This is one of our favourite books of the year so expect much enthusiasm!
“Monsters, parasitic slugs, skeletons jumping out of bodies, it’s just a wonderfully ridiculous read.”
“Donny Cates has been doing a great job putting together a series that feels full of limitless possibilities.”