Todd, The Ugliest Kid on Earth is perhaps the epitome of a cult comic. Much like the works of John Waters, Troma and Todd Solondz it’s going to offend a large portion of the people who read it, but those who appreciate Kristensen’s dark humour wont just like the series, they’ll love it.
Archaeologists of Shadows paints a cybernetic vision of the future, in which technological modification has not only become standard, but the organic is being phased out in favour for the mechanical.
Angry Birds: Hatching a Universe is a fun yet surprisingly substantial examination of the mobile gaming phenomenon.
Action Lab Comics has certainly upped the ante with its Danger Zone imprint for mature readers, and The Trip is yet another highly polished indie title – a Tales from the Crypt inspired horror tale about a drug which induces lethal hallucinations.
Will Sliney, the Cork-based artist of Fearless Defenders, illustrates the legendary Irish hero Cú Chulainn in this vivid graphic novel adaptation.
As a kid, I wasn’t frightened of clowns, nor did I find them funny. In fact, like the fractured individual I would grow up to be, I adored them because they were so delightfully sinister. Clown Town, the creepy new series from independent publisher Inverse Press, doesn’t have just one or two of the evil […]