A collection of wild, weird and unique comics that’ll enrich your sequential diets this month!
Sarah Hopkins of “Principles of Magic” chats about inspiration, style and making webcomics.
“Raise Hell!” delights with punk kid antics, demonic malaise and total commitment to the bit.
“Apocalypse Kinda” #1 builds sympathy and unease with its slanted, small-town feel.
“Ghoster” draws us in with good Gothic horror, a balanced aesthetic and enough intrigue to satisfy in a first issue.
“Action Tank” is an exceptional middle-grade graphic novel about bravery, exploration, space, cool explosions and compassion, first and foremost.
“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…
“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:…
“Transcription” documents one woman’s transition and sexual exploration in sophisticated, tender and hot detail.
“Disorder” examines the pupating, cyclical nature of pain, transmutation and horror in impressive detail.