Review: Artos #1

I’d reviewed Button Press Publications’ The Wren a couple of weeks ago, which is currently into its second volume of collected issues and overall a very neat children’s superhero comic – at the end of volume two, The Wren had begun introducing some Read More …

Review: The Celtic Clan

Around the same time that I received copies of Knocked Up Nikki from Nigel Flood at Arcadecon, I also got a copy of The Celtic Clan #1, as well as a very awesome Celtic Clan St. Patrick t-shirt (the context of which I’ll Read More …

Review: Lightning Strike #3

I’d reviewed Lightning Strike #2 last month with a lot to dissect with the anthology, and had many misgivings about the quality of some of the titles within. The content of the second anthology proved Lightning Strike still had a lot Read More …

Review: The Wren vols #1 and #2

There are a only few comic companies here that do what many startups here don’t initially aim to do: appeal to a more younger audience and make comics for children. As Ireland still has a comparatively small comics industry, there Read More …

Review: Knocked Up Nikki

There’s a certain charm to homemade comics, but sometimes those photocopied and saddle bound A5 booklets lose out to more professionally made books. More’s the pity, as I only first formally got introduced to Damien Flood’s Knocked Up Nikki: Tales From Read More …