Mind Meld With Gavin Spector!

In a futuristic setting where railroad technology has led rival companies into warfare with blood being spilled over the tracks a strong tough hero is needed to guide out of the Badlands right? Unfortunately our hero, Trigger, is struggling with problems of his own, an addiction to alcoholism and anxiety over his past as an […]

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, […]

Winnebago Graveyard #1

I hate to lay such a critical hammer to something that obviously took a lot of effort to make. I really do. But with several new titles and first issues being launched every week, competition is thick. If you don’t stand out you might as well be sitting down. And while Winnebago Graveyard tries to […]

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 […]

Jacob

Let’s be honest: comics are no longer for kids. Kids are into all different kinds of media today, but comics are not one of them. That’s not to say they won’t give comics a chance. At Halloween, I like to give out comics to little trick-r-treaters. Their faces light up when they see a comic […]

Black Mask’s Calexit In July!

What if California refused to be ruled by a tyrannical President? Comic book readers will discover the answer to that question starting on July 12, 2017, when Black Mask Studios publishes the first issue of the eagerly anticipated comic book series CALEXIT by writer Matteo Pizzolo and artist Amancay Nahuelpan. “California has been the hub […]

Trio Wednesday!

Kill The Minotaur begins in Crete around 1500 B.C. Here we encounter King Minos, and though we don’t see him, we learn of his son, the titular Minotaur. Fast forward to Athens, eight years later. King Minos has defeated Athens and yearly extracts a select group of Athenians to take back to Crete for reasons […]

Roman Ritual TPB

“…the sins of priests have consequences in the body of the church…” –El Torres, Roman Ritual Just what the hell— er, that is, what under Heaven would the Holy Roman Church do if His Holiness the Pope was possessed? With so many movies in the genre of demon possession, doesn’t that sound like a movie […]

Spencer and Locke #3

There’s not much that hasn’t been said about Spencer & Locke at this point. Simply put, it’s the best series out right now. I can’t think of any other recent comic of the last few years, that has hit all the highlights, both major and minor, of what makes a comic truly good. It has […]

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