COMIC REVIEW: Faceache Vol 1: The First Hundred Scrunges

COMIC REVIEW: Faceache Vol 1: The First Hundred Scrunges

8 Nov, 2017

Ken Reid’s seminal, funny, well crafted and unique comic strip character Faceache is compiled by Rebellion Publishing – breathing new life into a character which was always exciting and rebellious. This is a beautiful tribute to Ken Reid’s work and features an introduction by Alan Moore.

2000AD’s Finn: Eco Warrior, Lover, Cabbie

2000AD’s Finn: Eco Warrior, Lover, Cabbie

7 Nov, 2017

Pat Mill’s seminal, classic and Popular character Finn, featuring in 2000AD and recently the Judge Dredd Megazine, is an occult thriller with Pat’s trademark black, witty humour. This review features an exclusive interview with Pat recorded this month regarding this, one of his favourite characters

COMIC REVIEW: Underwinter Vol 1: Symphony

COMIC REVIEW: Underwinter Vol 1: Symphony

1 Nov, 2017

Music is an incredibly powerful and important art form. Trying to convey that power is something that writers have attempted time and again. While Underwinter Vol 1: Symphony is undoubtedly a horror comic, its creator, Ray Fawkes, manages to transport the reader into another world where the passion for music is almost tangible.

COMIC REVIEW: Ghost Stories of an Antiquary II

COMIC REVIEW: Ghost Stories of an Antiquary II

30 Oct, 2017

MR James is arguably one of the greatest writers of the spooky short story that there has ever been, so how do you update James’ shorts for the modern audience?

Absalom: Under A False Flag

Absalom: Under A False Flag

29 Oct, 2017

2000AD’s Harry Absalom – a British Hard Boiled Detective, with piercing insight leaking out of hollowed eyes, keeping England safe from demonic murderous presences while attempting to protect his family and find his kidnapped grandchildren.

COMIC REVIEW: PsychoKiller: The Doctor Will See You Now!

COMIC REVIEW: PsychoKiller: The Doctor Will See You Now!

17 Oct, 2017

Newly released by ‘The Godfather of British Comics’ Pat Mills, PsychoKiller is a collection of narratives which ran in 1991 from popular British Comic Toxic. Its trademark humour, violence and action are superbly crafted to appeal to a wide audience and it’s occult theme is perfect for Halloween!

COMIC REVIEW: Mr Higgins Comes Home

COMIC REVIEW: Mr Higgins Comes Home

16 Oct, 2017

Mike Mignola’s latest horror one-shot is a rather charming affair. Drawn by Warwick Johnson- Cadwell (Lovecraft Anthology 2, Sold State Tank Girl) and written by Mignola, Mr Higgins Comes Home plays with genre conventions in a nod to Hammer Horror from the 1970s.

COMIC REVIEW: The Dark Knight – Master Race

COMIC REVIEW: The Dark Knight – Master Race

18 Sep, 2017

A sociopathic cult of Kryptonians proclaim the Earth theirs – can Batman & an aging Justice League in their twilight years stop them?

COMIC REVIEW: Half Past Danger 2: Dead to Reichs #1

COMIC REVIEW: Half Past Danger 2: Dead to Reichs #1

4 Sep, 2017

Flynn are co make a triumphant return in the first issue of the second volume of Half Past Danger

COMIC REVIEW: God Country TP Vol 1

COMIC REVIEW: God Country TP Vol 1

16 Aug, 2017

Is it possible to tell an original story featuring Gods and humans and a magical doodad? Donny Cates (Buzzkill, The Ghost Fleet) might have just pulled it off with this collected edition of God Country from Image Comics.