In this week’s Indie Penance: Pat Higgins’ The Family, experimental anthology The Sea, and The Way Volume 1: Age of Darkness.
NEWS, REVIEWS, Columns, Features & Interviews
A considered and intelligent sci-fi comic with a lot to say.
Lowery and Anderson’s affectionate alien invasion saga continues with an even stronger than expected follow-up.
Dave Terruso, creator of the upcoming Alter Ego: The Other Me, shares a simple but effective tip that may well improve your storytelling.
Indie Penance returns, again, with Sliced Quarterly, The Cave, Marble Cake and The Catalyst.
Space Bastards is loud, dumb fun, but not without a large measure of acerbic anti-capitalist commentary.
Comics will break your heart, kid. And also your wrist and lower back.
An eclectic selection of David Robertson’s short comics from the 80s and 90s.
This week I explore Manga at the British Museum, and am reminded of the joy of physical comics by J. G. Birdsall’s Venus Rises.
An uncompromising read that gets under the skin.
I take a look at Rian Hughes’ influential career in comics, with Korero Press’s incredible Logo-a-gogo.
In this Indie Penance, I look at Wraith #2: The Psychic and the Poet, Robyn, Tyler Cross: Angola and 13: The Astonishing Lives of the Neuromantics.
Bothersome Books is my fledgling publishing imprint, and home to my novels and short stories (home page).
A preview of my upcoming webcomic project, Tomorrow Will Be Worse, and animal rights comic, It Creeps In.
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!