THE LONESOME ERA, a deceptively cute, compact little brick of a coming-of-age (and coming out) story published by Iron Circus Comics.
I hope Jeremy takes this story in a direction that will surprise readers in the future. I feel that Ajax Awakening #1 is worth your time to check out.
One of the most talked about books of the summer is a surefire hit, but fans want more.
We’re reviewing a book with one of the coolest damned titles I’ve seen in quite some time.
An extreme piece of writing saved by some amazing artwork.
“Mycelium Seep” #1 examines technology and identity in a dizzying visual feast but needs to curtail its storytelling ambitions for clarity and maximum impact. Creator: Nir Levie Publisher: Markosia “Mycelium Seep” #1 is a beautiful comic. The art is weird...
Heretica is the indie comic by Nico Sucio that is definitely not for children. This is an adult very adult comic for a particular audience.
One of our favorite creators here at Outright Geekery has something new in store for readers. Here’s an interview with Dead End Kids writer Frank Gogol from our pals at WhoDooTV. Dead End Kids #1 is hitting the shelf July...
We’re digging in to some independent/smaller press stuff with a vengeance in this wild ride of a comic book.
The first Kickstarter I ever backed finally arrived and Death Metal Zombie Cop #1 by Felipe Smith was well worth the wait.
“The Pale” is a small-town story with a big mystery that features great writing, art and a compelling cast of characters.
Captain Lyla Gryffen’s back from a mysterious sojourn at the edge of the galaxy! And they’re just a bit ticked off, but a daring space escape should help.
Punk Taco and his band of galaxy-roving pals are back in a second volume, and we sat down with Adam & Makana to get the scoop on the gang’s new adventures.
Creepy cool sci-fi is never out of style, and this one is from one of the all-time greats in the genre.
Tim Finnly’s got two disembodied arms, a massive chip on his shoulder and a whole dysfunctional pantheon to, well. Punch. What’s not to like? God Puncher created by Lane Lloyd Lloyd’s working with a great set of concepts and a...
Jamie Me and Archie Dait are back this time with Luck Summerscales and Jonathan Carter for Fabled Four #1 A pixel art adventure comic.
And now for something completely different and…erotic?
The followup to the outstanding debut has revealed the upcoming issue’s cover, and it’s a beaut.
John Charles’ Technofreak #1 has been in development for over a decade but has now made it to print. Was the wait worth it?
A Kickstarter hit and a project you should pick up and read as soon as possible.
New GOON Comics are Coming! Signing Tour, Collected Editions, and More Planned for 20th Anniversary in 2019
From the “Oh, hell yeah!” department we have word that a long-time fan-favorite series is returning as well as some events and swag.
An independent team of creators deliver a comic that pulls no punches and is not for the faint of heart.
Enter the haunting world of The Gentleman, where ordinary men are given extraordinary powers and unseen forces bring chaos to the human world.
We all have to make family sacrifices. But when your family and thousands more become the sacrifice, the call of the hero must be answered in The Last Line.
The Big N will be showing off some new indy games coming to Switch later this year, and you can see it all. Nintendo Switch Nindies Showcase Summer 2018.
One of the legends of professional wrestling is getting a brand new biography in graphic form with a Bruno Sammartino Bio-Comic.
Dissatisfied Lulu Danger is stunned when a TV commercial for “An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn For One Magical Night Only” reveals a mysterious man from her past.
There has now become a trend on Kickstarter of established creators turning to Kickstarter. The latest is colorist John Charles and TechnoFreak.
Boy Zero’s gritty noir concept is unique and its ambitions are admirable, but the concept falters a little in its telling and execution.
Scott Weldon brings Harland Buck back with his fifth outing. Harland Buck Freesword #5 is a must read with a great story and wonderful art.