3MY Round-Up: What Happened Next
In The Beginning
So, how have you all been?
After my banana-related ‘incident’ I finally have an appointment at the allergy clinic and will get a number of tests to see what I need to do.
How are you all finding this new method? With everything together, it seems a better way - hopefully, there will be some Custard Comix-related information coming your way too.
A triple bill in my news round-up recently with a new issue of anthology comic, Flintlock now live on Kickstarter (more on that below) from Time Bomb Comics.
Rabbit Hole Studios has announced a new series - The Lost Gardens:
Shawn Myers discovered the dark truth about this world. When his augmented reality implants begin to fail, the true world around him is revealed.
And Panel Syndicate has released a new issue with Blackhand Ironhead Season 2 #5
Some new comic announcements from Ablaze Publishing. Fight Class 3 and Witch of Mine are coming to Manhwa & Webtoon to read online. And Lovecraft: Unknown Kadath, The Boogyman, Manix Abrera’s 14, Zombie Makeout Club and The Nightcrawlers are all coming later this year.
Rebellion has released another collection. This time from the pages of Judge Dredd Megazine, it’s Lawless: Boomtown.
Dan Abnett (Aquaman, Guardians of the Galaxy) and Phil Winslade’s (Howard the Duck, Wonder Woman) frontier epic Lawless continues in this fourth action packed volume, which includes the all singin’, all dancin’, Lawless the Musical!
Mad Cave Comics has announced a selection of new comics coming in the final quarter of the year. Check out the details of A Legacy of Violence, Nature’s Labyrinth and Dahlia In The Dark.
There are four new comics coming soon from Red 5 Comics too. These include Mystery Brothers, Dragon Whisperer, Beorn and the new series August: Purgatory Underground.
Image Comics has had two new series start this past week. Public Domain seems an interesting read and I wonder if Chip Zdarsky has some inside track on some of the comments being made. It seems very meta at the moment, but some enjoyable character work.
Sins Of The Black Flamingo started looking to me to be a very good yarn about a high-end thief with a Robin Hood tilt. Then things get mystical about halfway through and it steamrolls from there. I’m looking forward to seeing what comes next.
Some wrestling action returns to Kickstarter with La Mariposa. I really enjoy this series and have backed the previous two crowdfunders.
What secrets lie behind the Mask of Vulcan?
As mentioned above, Flintlock is now back on Kickstarter from Time Bomb Comics.
More adventures in the 18th Century!
With a good selection of stories, and different tiers available. There are add-ons available too.
On top of that there is a big crowdfunding round-up including titles on Kickstarter and the new crowdfunding site Crowdfundr. Check out the details of Slasher Royale, System Error, A. Guardian and Abyssal Albion.
Gemi Reynolds just landed her dream tech job -- how did it put her at the top of someone's hit list? Suddenly she’s pulled into a world of cybercrime, where secretive hackers race to stay ahead of relentless bounty hunters. The only person who can keep her safe? Jack Travis, the very detective-turned-bounty hunter who’s been hired to arrest her. But Jack's own mysterious past is catching up to him, and he may need Gemi's help to stay alive.
A really good selection recently!
From Overcast Comics is the latest issue of Starlite. Issue four really ramps everything up and there is some good action and humour here. Check out their store here.
A selection of four one-shot comics within an interconnected universe from BHP Comics. There is some good variation too. This was a big Kickstarter and I got Storm Hunter, Principle, The Losers Club and Agents of MI: 17. Have a look at their online store here.
Scar Comics had some excellent detective storytelling in Hedrek: Night Of The Mummers. I really enjoyed the pace and the twisted story. Check out Scar Comics here.
Geoff of the Juniors from Geoff Nicholson has some classic football stories in it, and some moments that made me smile. I like the style and the detail in it. Follow Geoff on Kickstarter here.
Backed through Zoop and from TPub, Trickster was an interesting beginning to a new story. I loved the humour, action and art. Plus there is a lot of extra information. Check out TPub here.
From Shelly Bond is Filth & Grammar, which is going to take in a little further delving into. you can get copy in print or digital at OffRegister Press here.
Two issues of 2000 AD from Rebellion - including one all-ages issue. I do enjoy the ‘regened’ issues, and there are some good new stories building in these.
It’s the end of an era from IDW Publishing this last week, with a special one-shot Transformers issue. In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles this week an arc finishes, but something new begins.
Zenescope Entertainment is juggling a lot of large storylines. These are well featured in Robyn Hood’s adventures, as well as the current Grimm Fairy Tales. On top of that, for horror fans, there is Grimm Tales of Terror Quarterly: Back to School.
Live now on GlobalComix is Amputation Captial from TPub. This is an interesting read, with a dark look at celebrities. Issues #1 and #2 are live now to read online.
A new series from Vault Comics has started this last week. Mindset is an interesting read, with some great art and an intriguing concept.