Wayfinders: Off Course is a D & D inspired comic, in which the 3 main characters are shipwrecked and have to find their way back home, while trying to understand the mysterious origins of a mysterious compass.
There’s been a murder in Les Trois Fleurs. Jasmine Hawthorn has been found murdered in her flowershop by her daughter. It’s up to her 3 estranged daughters Rose, Poppy and Violet to figure out what happened. But, can the women put aside their feelings of resentment aside and work together or are the secrets of their strange upbringing and family history about to be laid bare?
Cuddles, has a pretty sweet life, he’s collecting debts for a local crime boss and whilst feared he is also well respected. However, not all is as it seems. He discovers his partner Jacko has been skimming off the top. Not only that, but Jacko, is the son of their crime boss. If that wasn’t bad enough, a pair of FBI agents are sniffing around. Cuddles’ life is about to get very complicated.
Dr Love Wave and The Experiments is about Milt, front man of the sci-fi surf rock band of the same name. On the one-year anniversary of his mother’s death, all Milt wants to do is play his way through the pain with his bandmates. But an invasion force of water stealing aliens have other things in mind!
Yule is a comic anthology filled to the brim with stories set at the most wonderful time of the year. But don’t be fooled into thinking this is a collection filled with sugar plum fairies and childlike wonder. Oh no, Yule takes us on a journey through the horror and darker side of the festive season with tales from all over the globe.
Like Captain Marvel meets John Wick, Commander Roa is her to kick ass and take names.
Home Sick Pilots Writer: Dan Watters Art: Casper Wijngaard Letters: Aditya Bidikar Design: Tom Muller Publisher: Image Comics Comic of the year 2020 goes to Home Sick Pilots Home Sick Continue Reading
Future Graphic Novel Review Writer: Tom Woodman Art: Rupert Smissen Letters: Aditya Bidikar Editor: Lizzie Kaye Published through Cast Iron Books You may remember a little while back we reviewed Continue Reading