Articles Posted in the " Indie Comics " Category


  • ‘Wayward Sisters’ Anthology Features Stories With Bite (Or Even Sting)

    Wayward Sisters: An Anthology of Monstrous Women collects stories of monstrous women and non-binary creatures, all written by women and NB folks. Like any anthology, there are stronger and weaker contributions, but the Wayward Sisters anthology has a higher than average number of solid pieces. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in […]



  • “Haawiyat” Comic Lifts the Spirits of Syrian Refugees

    The first edition of Haawiyat, an Arabic-language comic created by the non-profit group CYRIC, has reached Turkey and is being distributed to Syrian children who were displaced by violence in their homeland. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.



  • ‘Speak No Evil’ Issue 1 Review: The Box

    Speak No Evil is a horror-comedy indie comic book series that holds a lot of promise. Issue 1 ‘The Box’ introduced us to the characters and I’m looking forward to reading more. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Blood & Gourd Issue 2 Review: All the Gore! All the Fun

    Blood & Gourd has got be one of the best indie horror comic books I’ve read in a very long time. Issue 2 built on the pace set by the debut issue and it was awesome! Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.



  • Tart #4 Review: Submerged Part 1

    A couple of months ago, I recommended the Indie Comic, Tart.  At the time of my review for the first volume, which contained issues 1-3, Issue 4 was in the process of being sent out to those who participated in the Kickstarter campaign.  I have a friend who knows my love for comics, and for […]


  • Tart: A Female Time-Traveling Demon Hunter Comic

    What does the supernatural hunting/time traveling world need more of? Women heroes! A number of months ago, I was recommended the indie comic Tart written by Kevin Joseph and drawn by Ludovic Sallé. As a red-headed Supernatural TV Show and comic book fangirl, I was definitely interested in giving it a read. I bought the […]