Blending science fiction and body horror, Cullen Bunn and Andy MacDonald explore the concept of fear in this five-part miniseries.
Get transported back to the 90s with Smoove City, a graphic novel that follows the misadventures of an up-and-coming R&B group. Check out this review to find out more.
Punk rock in a young adult context tends to be surface deep when it comes to exploring valuable themes. Check out this review to find out how My Riot excels.
For the past two weeks I’ve been asking people to vote for the comic books they loved as part of the Best Comics of 2015 Poll. I’ve been receiving plenty of fantastic votes, but I realised that I haven’t told anyone what my favourite comics of the year were. Read on to find out which comics I loved in 2015.
Invader Zim is back and is invading the pages of his own comic. Fans of the cult animated series will want to check this out as the comic will be worked on by creatives involved with the show – including Zim creator Jhonen Vasquez. Find out more and read a 4-page preview inside.
Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading. I try and make it varied, mixing up creative ideas, genres and different storytelling to have a list that will appeal to everyone. This month we have rebooted teenagers, Billy Dee Williams, a cosmic crossover, a cyborg, powered up heroes and more.
Just like a giant monster, you’ll eat up too with Kaijumax #1, the opening issue of the Orange is the New Black meets giant monsters comic, which is now available for free. I’ll let you know why you should be reading it as well as where you can find it.
Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading. I try and make it varied, mixing up creative directions, genres and different storytelling to have something that will appeal to everyone. April offers campy teens fighting alien killing machines, Time-Lords, giant monster prisons, Revolutionary War rebels, rich ducks and much more.