Patrik’s delicate inks and watercolours draw us into Crannog’s world with a painstaking attention to detail.
An effective anti-bullying parable with believable characters and a strong sense of setting.
In this week’s Indie Penance: Pat Higgins’ The Family, experimental anthology The Sea, and The Way Volume 1: Age of Darkness.
Indie Penance returns, again, with Sliced Quarterly, The Cave, Marble Cake and The Catalyst.
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.
This week, mini-reviews of Sprouting and Other Tales of the Curious, Boy Abducted By Aliens Returns, and The Marriage of Njord & Skadi.