Patrik’s delicate inks and watercolours draw us into Crannog’s world with a painstaking attention to detail.
Unpredictable and uncategorizable, Meth the Immortal is shaping up to be a really fun series.
The seventh and final volume of Pug Grumble’s wonderful all-ages fantasy Farlaine the Goblin.
Porcelain has grown into an exquisite series, one that gets better with each episode.
In this month’s Indie Penance: Farlaine the Goblin, Then It Was Dark, Knight in the Snake Pit, Revisionaries and Brigands.
This week I look at Black Mumba, Vessels #1, Adam and Gill’s Trivia Game, and Take Only Photographs, Leave Only Footprints.