Category: World of Indies

Southern Hospitality OGN

B. Alex Thompson’s Southern Hospitality to be quite honest… Is a far more serious take on the Horror genre mixed in with the Slasher genre compared to his work in Chaos Campus. And something Ross Rivers no doubt would enjoy considering his love of Horror and the surprise twists this book has that I wasn’t […]

Tinseltown #1

There’s been quite a bit of praise going for David Lucarelli and Alterna Comics’ first issue of Tinseltown. And after reading the first issue, I can certainly see why as there is great potential for this five issue mini-series! I dig that this is a story set in a time when women (and that David […]

Breathless #1

I’ve been very curious and eager to read the first issue of Breathless ever since Pat Shand reached out to folks on Twitter about doing a little PR work by those like myself who run websites regarding it. And I have to say I think the wait to fulfill my curiousity and eagerness was worth […]

Dark Beach #3

The summary given on the ComiXology page for the series doesn’t really touch upon a lot of the major aspects of the story at hand in the first 3 issues of the comic. And to a certain extent, it’s also slightly a spoiler. However, I don’t see this as a bad thing. Many a good […]

Eelman Chronicles

The Eelman Chronicles is perhaps the most oddball comic I’ve read in recent memory due to the events that happens in the 4 issues I was sent by Chris Spalton. Events that Chris himself mentioned as being true things that had happened to his father (Spalt the Eelman) over the years as an Eel catcher […]

The Pale #3

Somethin’ strange is a foot in the town of Rocket Ridge, Arizona and it all seems to begin with a dead body and a stone that was with it. Or at least that’s what one would think at first appearance where that body’s concerned but we see that there’s a lot more going on as […]

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