1888, The Year of the Ripper is a companion piece to the Demonhuntress universe that offers a unique re-telling of the Jack the Ripper murders. Read more of my thoughts here.
Life suddenly changes for Alexis. One day she is a young and happy bride. The next she is waking nineteen years in the future and a widow. Follow the beginning of Alexis’ journey as she goes from being the unsuspecting to a demonhuntress.
The main event is finally here. In the Galact-O-Massacre who will take home the title of the galactic champion of the universe and does this final issue provide a fitting end to this epic series?
Accent UK launch crowdfunding campaign for the second issue in their hit fantasy mini-series, Kia Wordsmith.
Check out my interview with acclaimed British Illustrator and author James Albon, as we discuss his new graphic novel, A Shining Beacon.
Local comic creator Maria Flower recently released her debut graphic novel, ‘A Cinema Near You’. I caught up with Maria to discuss her debut and all things creative!
Magic, monsters and pirate ghosts! Penny Blackfeather is an intriguing indie fantasy comic for anyone seeking a fun adventure.
Accent UK are about to release their first ever fantasy comic book. With the project currently on Kickstarter, check out my review of the first issue of Kia Wordsmith.
Translating European comics into English, Sloth Comics is bringing culture to the UK comic scene. In my interview with director Nicolas Rossert we discuss his career and the influence comics have had on him and his home country.
“I guess I’m just a sucker for the place, it’s always been my home” – Local comic creator Richard Macrae discusses his career and the influence Aberdeen has had on his work.
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.