Independent comic writer Brady Sullivan, whose work includes the Western webcomic Death Springs, has just released a self-contained 24 page special entitled Revolution Aisle 9, part of his ongoing, Twilight Zone-inspired series Kent. Illustrated by Andrea Shiavone and lettered by Bernie Lee, the B/W one-off sees the patriotic Adam transported from the American Revolutionary War […]
Indie publisher 215 Ink seems to be executing some long-planned clusterfuck on the comic industry this year, with a spate of new releases both physical and digital coming out in September.
Evolution faces a difficult task of delivering gamers the back-story to the Mass Effect trilogy’s enigmatic antagonist, the Illusive Man; a fascinating villain who is difficult to comprehend and impossible to second-guess. Or at least he was.
Writer: Andy Diggle Pencils: Tom Raney Inks: Scott Hanna Colours: Guru eFX If Marvel still adhered to the Comics Code, the first two issues of Dark Reign: Hawkeye would have been snipped down to three pages. But after 20-odd pages of unadulterated fun, Andy Diggle’s miniseries, which follows Bullseye’s brief stint as The Dark Avengers’ […]
Retrospective individuals still lamenting the passing of the Comics Code can now rejoice at the anticipated debut of the Indie Comics Magazine’s EC Comics-inspired offspring, imaginatively titled Indie Comics Horror.
Brett Uren, author of 215 Ink’s rather beautiful looking Kuzimu, is seeking funding to help promote his new book at the New York Comic Con this Saturday the 13th and Sunday 14th of October, via an indiegogo campaign.