A selection of gift ideas for small press and indie comics enthusiasts!
Exclusive Preview: Ingrid Chabbert & Carole Maurel’s WAVES
Avery Hill Announces their 2019 Line-up with Claire Scully, Shanti Rai, George Wylesol and Scott Jason Smith
Talking to Carta Monir about Secure Connect, Game Boy Printer, Video Games Comics and her New Micro-Press
The moment that affected me the most in Julia Gfrörer’s incredibly bleak comic Laid Waste happens after a group of children are seen carrying on duties at the family farm. They milk the cows, they feed them and will most likely tend to the soil. The oldest child talk about honouring their father by dealing […]
Spoiler Warning in Effect — Upgrade Soul‘s only flaw might be that it is too hopeful about mankind, too hopeful about the potential silver lining, faint as it may be, that lies beyond the greed of people. It is a science fiction story in that, even as our elderly protagonists are abused by greedy, delusional […]
There’s a moment in Aminder Dhaliwal’s Woman World that encapsulate the tone and humour of her comics. Yumi, one of the survivors of this new world where men have gone extinct, is consulting the village’s newly arrived doctor. She receives a clear bill of health, but then makes a joke about how the doctor’s test doesn’t […]
Congratulation to Jillian Tamaki on her second Governor General’s Literary Award
Monthly list of small press and indie comics for the month of October
In new webcomic Hush Papi, the last Puerto Rican avenges the decimation of his island in a post-apocalyptic future.