Local comic book store, Asylum Books and Games, continue to support independent comics by hosting a variety of comic creators for Small Press Day 2017.
Forbidden Planet in Aberdeen get’s involved with International Small Press Day, and hosts a variety of talented local indie comic creators.
The invasion is in full swing, and the Wrestletopians are looking for a showdown with Rory Landell, for his transmission. Check out my review of the second issue in this wickedly entertaining indie series.
From Bankruptcy to being the highest grossing film franchise of all time. I take a look at the history of the MCU and how it has all been building up to Avengers: Infinity War and beyond.
Washed up wrestling star vs Alien planet of wrestlers. This is a wonderfully unique comic book that is one hell of a ride!
From a management consultant, to the author of the best selling Twisted Dark anthology series. Check out my interview with the incredibly interesting Neil Gibson, where we discuss Twisted Dark and his career path into the comic book medium.
A refreshingly bold take on the Sci-Fi and Stoner Comedy genre’s. This is one trip you will want to take.
“How can we be free in a universe where freedom doesn’t exist?” – That is the question English comic book writer Ryan O’Sullivan is looking to explore in the Image comics series, Void Trip. The series, a collaboration between Ryan and artist Plaid Klaus, looks to mix sci-fi with elements of comedy and existential crisis, where…
From writing crime fiction to fantasy and dragons, Scottish author James Oswald has become a self-publishing success. Check out my full interview with the Sunday Times Best Selling author here.
Comic book writer Ryan O’Sullivan and author James Oswald join Asylum Books and Games for a double signing event this Saturday.
Independent comics have so much to offer. If you are looking for something other than Marvel or DC, check out a list of some of the indie gems that I have acquired in the past year.
The debut release by Black Wing Comics, “Toy Z: The Ballad of Mr Huggles”, is an interesting and refreshing take on the zombie genre. This first issue sets the scene for future releases in the series. Check out my full review here.