Category: World of Indies

Ironhorse #2

Gavin Spector’s Ironhorse is an interesting world. One with several guilds and it all makes me think of games like Skyrim and other kinds of role playing games with guilds. Guilds like Thieves, Assassins, Witch Hunters and so forth. And as hinted in #1, it seems like there’s some old beef between the Thieves and […]

Spencer & Locke #4

The end is come and what a finale David Pepose and the gang have given us. It’s often hard to find a series of any length that can maintain its quality and freshness throughout but the Spencer & Locke team done it lock, stock and smoking barrel. Pepose has found a way to not only […]

The Hidden Loch

So I was recently approached by a member (you’re awesome, Julia!) of Penny-Farthing Productions, Inc. about checking out their most recent title known as ‘The Hidden Loch‘ by Marlaine Maddux White. And I thought why not, as it sounded pretty interesting! Not to mention, nicely enough, allowing me a chance to read the original ‘Loch‘ […]

The Last Hunt #1

It’s great to make a return to IndieComiX after a lengthy period, due to developing a series of my own (more on that when appropriate), and it’s my pleasure to return with reviewing “The Last Hunt”, from Amigo Comics. Amigo have built a strong reputation for building great Horror books, which included the break-out hit, […]

A Crow Double!

I have to admit, it’s a really impressive decision to make a hot-headed brat of a character your main protagonist. At the beginning of the comic I found Keith to be a bit deplorable, even as a kid. Not that he’s a bad character, he’s just an angry character and sort of a whiny loser […]

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