Following on from Bloodpop, Bradley Golden brings us another horror/thriller in this return to his successful genre. Continue reading “Indy Comic Suggestion: Leave on the Light #1”
Zenescope fleshes out the Grimm Universe with an in depth look at Gretel. And flesh is the right word.
This is not for the younger audience.
Spiritual horror Dark Daylight Day landed in a swirl of unrelated controversy and I honestly forgot I had it. I opened it and devoured the tale of the arrival of the Darkspear of the Nothing! Are you up for a trip into the Dark Daylight.
Continue reading “Indy Comic Suggestion: Dark Daylight Day #1”
What? Someone reviews indie comics other than us? Oh, yeah, True Believer!
Continue reading “Mister Tatters Gets A Strong Review from OG!”
Ben Mitchell’s detective story from Australia starts in Storm Clouds. The mystery surrounds a serial killer, booze, drug use, and police that constantly dance at the edge of abusing their position. In other words, welcome to Australia!
High parody of all 80s tropes, KFC, and every chicken joke Shy of crossing the road. A true underground comic.
Genre: Comedy, Parody, Adult-language and violence.
Continue reading “Indy Comic Suggestion: Bulletproof Chicken”
It’s been a year since the Thrucomic.com DNS record was registered!
That’s when the decision was made to publish comics with strict guidelines, an open story Bible, on a value-for-value model and no kickstarters!
With the full release of Thru #4 about two weeks out, IndyPlanet has finally decided to post Thru #3 for on demand printing. This is the cheapest way to get Thru #3 in print.
If you want a signed copy you can always just donate $6 to Thru and make sure we know what you are asking for as a thank you. It still costs us more than $4 to print and more than $1 to ship first class.
In whatever form you consume Thru, your support is appreciated!
To see the full list of Thru comics that are available at IndyPlanet click here.
Thru issue four pencils are all done! If you’re used to following along, this is the first inked page!
Continue reading “Thru Issue #4 Pencils Are Done!”
When I was drawing this page I originally found it to be magnetic and completely… boring.
After a little reflection, I saw that there was no sense of anxiety and that required a deviation from my preferred sense of realism.