Four fun funny animals have fun for all the right reasons.
An absolutely delightful read, with stacks of cuteness and adorable characters.
As an “exercise” and a “work in progress” Christopher Downes’ comic book diary is a wonderful journey that turns out out be an end as well as a means.
Another of Bobby.N’s wonderful pre-Digested books, stretching the tension all the way through to it’s last page.
It’s hard not to sing Bobby Nenadovic’s praises and just about all of his current strengths are evident in this early work.
“Based on a true story”, this superbly drawn collection of daily strip format comics may have a loose grip on logic, but it looks the goods and is great fun to boot!
Offering more telephonic shenanigans through The Mini Comic of the Month Club, Andrew Fulton gives us a sequel that isn’t really.
This emotion-laden autobiographical short from Andrew Fulton invites you in and packs a punch.
Asking the age-old question “Who would win in a fight: Norris or Jesus?” this mini proves it’s the reader who wins.
Tim bought a few more mini comics from Andrew Fulton recently, and the first of these reviewed here is possibly his best yet. A strong emotional punch from this romantic tale with a mystical turn.