Following on from a “director’s cut” of Chris Kent’s debut Medusa comes The Golem, which combines stage magic and the animated clay being of Jewish folklore.
Welcome to Indie Penance, the first of a new regular feature, in which I wax lyrical about indie comics and the latest small press releases. Be warned: once rant mode is activated, there is no deactivating it…
The market has been oversaturated with “adult” takes on Grimm’s fairy tales of late, but Porcelain has more than enough charm to justify its existence on any shelf.
This December, Slave Labor Graphics will be publishing Gerry Alanguilan’s latest graphic novel, Where Bold Stars Go to Die.
Perennial slapstick buffoons Laurel and Hardy are making an unlikely comic book return in Oscar Zarate’s The Park, a new graphic novel from SelfMadeHero.
While loitering in Waterstones the other day, I was lucky enough to witness my girlfriend’s joy at discovering a comic book which actually appealed to her – Marc Ellerby’s Ellerbisms.