This guide has everything you need to start reading the wonderful Hilda graphic novels that the Netflix series are based on.
Find out all about The Witcher comics, including what stories are available to read, where you can find them, and much more.
Find out more about The Dresden Files comics and their recommended reading order, including where they fit in relation to the novels.
Find out why you should read Pretty Deadly, a Fantasy-Western hybrid comic book published by Image Comics.
Jason Aaron has had an epic run on Thor with comics that are massive in scale and juggle more than one Thor at the same time. With so many relaunches of the series, it can be confusing to figure out his run. Luckily, this reading order guide sorts everything out so you can focus on reading these awesome comics.
It looks like Dragon Age 4 isn’t coming out any time soon. While you wait, why not revisit the world of Thedas with the Dragon Age comics. Find out all about them in this easy to use guide.
Writer Brian K Vaughan and artist Fiona Staples will be releasing a special jumping-on issue which will hopefully get people hooked on this wonderful series like so many others have been. Even better, they’re selling this issue for a steal.
When I discovered Lady of the Shard, a science fiction/fantasy love story by gigi d.g, I just had to talk about it. Not just because it’s different, but as it’s a strong contender for webcomic of 2016.
After reading Kaijumax I went in search for more of the comic book work of cartoonist Zander Cannon. What I found was the very special graphic novel “Heck” which is one my personal favourite reads of recent times. Read on to find out what makes this graphic novel so special and why you should read it too.
This week I feature Becky Cloonan, best known for her fantastic work in a variety of fantasy genres. Take a look at a gallery of her beautiful work as well as some reading recommendations inside.
Earlier in the month Stjepan Sejic put has put up his charming dark fantasy, Death Vigil, up online for free. The intention of doing so is to get it in front of as many eyeballs as possible in order to keep the series alive, and further than the originally intended 8 issues. From there there readers can decide if they enjoyed the series and pick it up digitally or when the trade paperback comes out in July. I’m here to tell you where you can find these free issues and, hopefully, in the process help you discover what could be your new favorite comic.
Dark Horse Comics are no stranger to horror and supernatural comics, being one of best publishers in the genre. This week sees them release Harrow County, a new comic series which mixes the horror they are known for with southern gothic fairy tale elements. Take peek to find an eerie preview inside.
This week sees the début of Dark Engine, a dark fantasy series by writer Ryan Burton and artist John Bivens. Set a world full of horrible Lovecraftian style monsters, Dark Engine isn’t your traditional fantasy series. Expect plenty of dark imagery, gore and twisted magic. Take a look at a preview inside.
Enter a world of magic, danger and wonder in Dark Horse Comics’ new series Eye of Newt. Written and beautifully illustrated by Michael Hague, this four-issue miniseries relates the quest of a young apprentice wizard in which he encounters all kinds of magical creatures. Take a look a look at the preview to discover the beautiful fantasy art.
Combining urban fantasy and globe-spanning adventure, Shutter is the new Image comic series by writer Joe Keatinge and artist Leila del Duca. Filled with excitement and fantastical elements, Shutter is definitely a series that is for those who have a sense of adventure. Take a look at the preview of Shutter #1 inside.