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Small Press Sunday: April 2015

One of the things that we get a lot of are comics from various indy creators. I used to do a regular column, but that was before we started plowing ahead with so many other changes to the site. The [...]

April 26, 2015 Features
Small Press

Small Press Spotlight: Inbox Blowout

We here at Comic Booked have great relationships with the Small Press publishers. Probably because, like them, we do all this because we love it and hope for a paycheck someday. Big difference is that they have a much higher [...]

August 24, 2014 Features
Zoo Act

Small Press Review: The Zoo Act

In a comic book market that is extremely saturated with super heroes and their various re-imaginings and deconstructions, it can be very easy to forget that there are other options out there. Comic books are a medium of great potential, [...]

July 24, 2014 Reviews
The Crayfish #1

Small Press Review: The Crayfish #1

    The Crayfish #1 is an indie comic from Australia. It tells the story of Norman Williams, a veteran of WWII, now a farmer on King Island, Australia in the 1950’s. He lives and works on the farm with his brother [...]

July 14, 2014 Reviews
Penny Palabras

Review – Penny Palabras #4

Spoiler review of Penny Palabras - “Episode Four: Disappearing Acts.” Learn about the latest issue of this relentlessly creepy series on Comic Booked! [...]

March 19, 2014 Reviews

Small Press Sunday Spotlight: Saltire

This week the Small Press Sunday Spotlight is on Saltire, a proudly Scottish superhero graphic novel seeking to embed itself in the culture of that land! [...]

March 2, 2014 Features
No Hope Left!

Nuts And Bolts – Submissions

Listing and linking all the publishers our author has submitted to, for better or worse! Want your comic published, here is a thorough guide to submissions! [...]

February 25, 2014 Features

Small Press Sunday Spotlight: Penny Palabras

Welcome to our celebration of small press comic releases, with Penny Palabras! Would you like Comic Booked to shine the spotlight on your comic next? [...]

January 19, 2014 Features
Kali Yuga Kickstarter

Kickstarter Spotlight|Kali Yuga

This is a Comicbooked Kickstarter spotlight with a difference. The focus is on an interactive graphic novel called Kali Yuga which promises to push the boundary’s of how we read and perceive comic books. With comic books being closer to [...]

August 7, 2012 Reviews

Kickstarter Spotlight | Walk

In a world that’s full of glitzy spandex super heroes, it always nice to see a comic that is doing something different. Walk, by Stefano Cardoselli, is one such comic and pulls no punches when it comes to gore and [...]

July 15, 2012 Reviews

Kickstarter Spotlight|No Enemy, But Peace

Whatever your personal feelings are about war or the military, nobody can deny the bravery of the men and women that serve in the armed forces. They carry a huge weight of responsibility on their shoulders, your freedom and your [...]

July 13, 2012 Reviews

Comics|Review|Satanic Hell #1

“Broke and directionless, the three members of the industrial metal band “Satanic Hell” arrive in Texas for a chance tour set up by a mysterious promoter named Sam. Death Priest, Dante, and Exodus quickly find trouble in the bizarre world [...]

July 12, 2012 Reviews
massive effect

Kickstarter Spotlight- Massively Effective

The Comicbooked kickstarter spotlight is shining brightly in the faces of Marco Lopez and Bryan Ginn this week as we look at their graphic novel project “Massively Effective.” This book is the creator’s homage to the comic books of yore. [...]

July 9, 2012 Reviews

Creating Your Own Comics 101|Artwork

Welcome to this week’s instalment of Creating Your Own Comics 101. This week we will be looking at the process of artwork. I have worked with and conversed with many different artists over the last couple of years and one [...]

July 8, 2012 Reviews
Pawn Kingdom Come

Comics|Review|Pawn Kingdom Come

There is one phrase that can sum up my thoughts after reading issue one of “Pawn Kingdom Come” from Pronto Comics and this is “intriguing”.  It’s been a while since I read a narrative that was not instantly obvious and [...]

July 3, 2012 Reviews

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