Category: World of Indies

Magic Powder #1

When I started to read Magic Powder I started to gradually feel reminded of the Will Smith/Netflix film ‘Bright’ that came out a few years ago. That reminder became pretty strong by the end of my read of the first issue and its mainly because like with Bright, this is a story featuring Fantasy characters […]

Happy Hill #1

If there’s anything Life and Comics (especially ComixTribe’s Sink) has taught me over the years is that I shouldn’t take things at first sight. That I should take extra notice of things and people and that lesson certainly applies here in the first issue of Happy Hill. Even if you have known someone for years […]

Adventure N’ Barbarism

Warning: Potential Spoilers Ahead As fate would have it, I managed to come across Rick Flash & The Adventurenauts on Twitter without meaning too. But you know what? I’m glad it happened because this book was an incredibly fun and even goofy read from start to finish. RFTA is essentially an inspired 1950s style Science […]

Neon Spring #0

Born from a joke, Neon Spring is Ian Cinco’s take on the world in the future involving a mixture of Sci-Fi and Cyberpunk conventions but this world is no laughing matter my friends. Far from it as despite the absurdity of a sex bot and a car with an AI with a penchant for lobotomizing […]