Just because a comics publisher isn’t a household name doesn’t mean that the stories they tell won’t change your life. From small houses with big dreams, these are the comics that help shape the future of the medium.
Immortal Era issue 3 review continued developing a massive and complex world in this indie comic book series about death, or lack of it.
When we think of November, we usually think of Thanksgiving—that holiday that’s getting increasingly more uncomfortable to celebrate. But every four years, November is election month, especially when we have a new president starting the […]
The days are growing darker, the weather’s getting colder, but the comics are getting better. But after a hard summer of playing the delay and catch-up game, things are returning to normal…ish. So, what does […]
For our October indie graphic novel selections, we named Roxane Gay’s The Sacrifice of Darkness, with co-writer Tracy Lynne Oliver, and artists Rebecca Kirby and James Fenner. From the moment the original cover debuted, this […]
Moving away from the big Superhero houses, we’re looking at the monthly indie comics you should read this October. We have a brand new series from an industry great—and it’s already breaking records and a […]
One of the appealing things about adapting comic book properties into movie or series franchises is the sheer volume of story potential. Many comic series anchors, like Batman or Spider-Man, serve as a springboard for […]
While DC and Marvel are the lifeblood of the comic industry, indie comics inject much-needed energy. Even if they don’t sell as much as most superhero books, people still cherish them—often buying them in trades […]