Tag: Self Published

Chicken Outfit #3

And so we’re at issue 3 of the bat-shit insane saga that is “Chicken Outfit”. It takes forever for these pages of madness to hit stores, but it’s always been worth the wait. And issue 3 keeps that trend up, kicking things off with a giant panel showing our hero, Rusty McDoodle, taking a shower […]

Project: Saviour #1

Getting to review Independent Comic Books, whether they be part of a publisher or self published, is a privilege I don’t take lightly. Frankly, I consider it an honor to be able to do this as I get to be exposed to so many books that I probably wouldn’t even know about otherwise. And Craig […]

Coronary #’s 1-2

Coronary is a roller coaster. What I imagined would be a story of models and rich personalities pushing for the “perfection” of humankind turned out to be more of a disorienting trip into madness. Where for most of these two issues I was unsure of what was a part of the story, and what perhaps […]

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 […]

Songr #1

Arye Dworken and Anthony Chelette’s Songr is an interesting one in my view as its not necessarily a normal read. Nor are the two protagonists: Singer Sophie Quick and Music Column Writer Evan Rosen. Though while Evan’s admittedly something of a grouch when it comes to how he feels about music these days, he’s somewhat […]

Her Impact #0

From the mind of Samurai Shin comes another powerful comic about legacy and the choice to follow or fight against it. Where as Shin takes place during the age of the samurai, Her Impact is more modern and focuses on fighting with your fists rather than swords. And it’s a fun first issue. We’re introduced […]

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 […]

Double Time!

Please welcome Tyrel Kessinger to the IndieComiX team in his first review! What a way to start too with this one! Ever wondered what would happen if the band KISS were to meet Vampirella? If you’re like me, then probably not. But Dyamite Comics is answering the question that you never knew you wanted an […]

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