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 […]
Tag: Self Published
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 […]
Okie Comics Magazine #1
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 […]
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 […]
A Friday Special!
Twenty years, twenty long years has Xing Xin put time and effort into the world of Ximphonic Versus. Something I find to be greatly amazing as that is a serious of amount of dedication to a project. Chances are, you might recall time I had an interview with Xing over all things Ximphonic and Broken […]
Unloading The IndyStash In June!
IndyStash is a brand new monthly subscription box that promises to bring you 4 awesome independent comics a month. June 2016 is their first month and we here at IndieComiX decided to check it out. So please join us for the first hopeful installment of a new monthly segment: Unloading the IndyStash! IndyStash – June […]
Horror has many variations on the same subject and things like the Wicker Man may be popular but it’s time to welcome a new version. This story takes place about 100 years after the Salem Witch trials and during the beginning of the American Revolution. It’s a time still rife with tales of terror and […]