In this Indie Penance, mini-reviews of Once Our Land, McCay and Emma G Wildford.
NEWS, REVIEWS, Columns, Features & Interviews
Matthew Loisel talks about his new series Murder, animal rights and the comics that inspire him.
In this week’s Indie Penance: Priming the Charge, The Witching Hour, Feast or Famine and Culbard’s Lovecraft
This week I test out the new Kamvas Pro 20 and blow the heads off zombies.
Break the Cake embodies everything I love about British self-published comics.
Murder clearly has an agenda, but at no point does that agenda become the comics’ only selling point.
A few of my faves from 2018: Retrograde Orbit, Merrick & Crowe, Headspace and Greenhouse
For 2019 I vow to be a complete and utter cunt. Kicking puppies and stealing children’s sweets, that sort of thing.
In this week’s column that nobody reads I rant about how shit everything is.
Warren Pleece’s three intertwined stories explore Scotland’s history of slavery.
The seventh and final volume of Pug Grumble’s wonderful all-ages fantasy Farlaine the Goblin.
A singular futuristic vision built upon unique Peruvian influences and eccentric technology.
Bothersome Books is my fledgling publishing imprint, and home to my novels and short stories (home page).
Sci-fi horror short story To See Beyond the Skyglass is out now, for 99p on Kindle, and free on Kobo.
Physical editions of both Fold and Unnatural Men are now available via print-on-demand
Physical copies of Welcome to The Fold and These Unnatural Men are on their way!
Emily Babb’s dystopian debut These Unnatural Men is out now!