Category: Indie

  • November Leafy Greens

    November Leafy Greens

    A collection of wild, weird and unique comics that’ll enrich your sequential diets this month!

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  • Apocalypse Kinda #1

    Apocalypse Kinda #1

    “Apocalypse Kinda” #1 builds sympathy and unease with its slanted, small-town feel.

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  • The Boy With Nails for Eyes

    The Boy With Nails for Eyes

    “The Boy With Nails for Eyes” combines a melancholy, poetic story with unique, well-crafted art.

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  • Waste and Wisdom with Drew Morrison of “Brokenland”

    Waste and Wisdom with Drew Morrison of “Brokenland”

    “Brokenland” #2 features the erstwhile, blob-like Meeso in a strange dreamworld. We interrogate waste, learn a few things about Meeso’s character and take a not-so-nice journey through our small protagonist’s psyche in a very engaging second issue.  I recently chatted with Drew Morrison about the origins of this strange little creature, as well as creative…

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  • A is for Autocrat

    A is for Autocrat

    “A is for Autocrat” is an illustrated alphabet for our current times. Done in the style of a children’s book and designed to be as direct as possible, this illustrated journey through the past four years of this administration is edifying, imaginative and strangely comforting. Warning: spoilers ahead. Story & Art: D. B. DowdGraphic Design:…

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  • “Transcription”

    “Transcription” documents one woman’s transition and sexual exploration in sophisticated, tender and hot detail.

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  • “Disorder” 1/3

    “Disorder” examines the pupating, cyclical nature of pain, transmutation and horror in impressive detail.

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  • “Liminal State”

    “Liminal State”

    “Liminal State” walks us through grief, birth and perilous simultaneity.

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  • “Dry Foot” #1

    “Dry Foot” #1

    “Dry Foot” #1 entertains with character-building, a compelling villain and authentic youth drama.

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  • “Brokenland” #2

    “Brokenland” #2

    “Brokenland” #2 continues Meeso’s strange eco-fraught adventures with some trippy, touching fun.

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