Written and Drawn by Daniel Christie
The Melenbakah Scrolls is a sacred document protected by the Difindir People of ancient Africa for millennia. A sacred document that outlines the history between the human race, and the Melohim, the ancient race of extraterrestrials who engineered humanity, and gave birth to the original Demigods.
A shadowy government organisation has been hunting the scrolls over many centuries in order to find out how they can prevent the prophecy within the scrolls
Daniel Christie is a London based artist who was raised in Coventry. Daniel is a graphic novelist, writer, and aspiring rapper @D'DanArtist . This is the second installation in his growing list of graphic novels.
Drawing from many influences and diving into many topics, Daniel likes to mix social commentary, community representation, and sci-fi/fantasy into his stories.
Written and Drawn by Lucy Ellis
Through writing a comic every day for a month it compiles together the thoughts and situations of daily life. This daily life is presented through satire, comedy and British humour. Each comic is about anything and everything, making them about absolutely nothing!
The comics are all hand drawn and arent edited leaving them in a raw form presenting the reality of the mundane every day. Through not allowing editing we are able to appreciate the process of change in terms of style, aesthetic and storyline as we read. As the comics progress, the artists character is adapted, and they begin to appear in the comics presenting their opinion and point of view.
Lucy Ellis is a London based animator and illustrator. Her practice revolves around everyday life and exploring the contrast between digital and non-digital/traditional methods of working. Her instagram is @lucyellisart
Written by Will O'Mullane
Drawn by Alfie Gallagher @alfiegallaghercreative ,Lane Lloyd @lanedoodlesgood, Edison Neo @neocomicart, Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou @hassoe, Jonathan Stevenson @jm_stevenson, Daniel Romero @roomeroart, Clark Bint @clarkbintart, Butch Mapa @butchmapa, Alex Moore @alexmooreillustration
Warning! This comic features:
Sentient caption boxes!
An old guy with a flame thrower!
Ninja Santa Claus!
This two-in-one anthology features stories that range from the comedic and meta, to the hard-boiled and criminal, to some things exisiting in-between.
Will O'Mullane is a writer based in London, UK. He works in communications, and holds an MA in Modern and Contemporary Writing. When not making stuff, he likes to stress about leaving the oven on. You can follow him on @willomullane
Written by Lenny & Jamie
Drawn by Lenny
In a Nebula Far FAR away. Five disregarded sentient fast food snacks get caught up in the aftermath of a post apocalyptic derelict fast food restaurants misadventures.
From cannibal burger brothers to annoying ghost wizards that ruin parties come and join us by grabbing a copy!
Lenny is a doughy mess of a man, mostly found in a dark room alone making things and inhaling way too much resin from toy making. He is a motion graphic designer based in london
Jamie AKA "the mental void" a writer and movie extra actor based in london, currently training in the art of art and more art to give Lenny a helping hand with illustrating our comic!
Visit Lenny's store to support or grab yourself a collectable toy! www.lenfart.com
or follow them @snackpackbunch
The second instalment of the comic anthology JUNK. Issue 2, draws on Sam Baldwins own experience of living on a North London estate for three years. He would often spend time staring out of his third floor bedroom window, overlooking a communal playground and outdoor gym, wondering about the other people who called the estate home. From his view, he could also spy the towering skyscrapers of the City of London where big dreams and big money are made flashy lifestyles that felt another world away from Sam and his neighbours.
The Estate takes us on a wandering tale through the lives of the blocks most curious inhabitants, narrated by two elderly residents, Dotti and Dora. Gossip is rife amongst the neighbours and with so many people living so tightly packed together, theres a lot to gossip about. In these dwellings, we encounter real life superheroes and some not so super, secretive individuals, daydreaming kids, the largest Orthodox Jewish community in Europe and the new tenants gentrifying the block.
Taking inspiration from slice of life films by directors such as Mike Leigh and Chris Petit, Sam also looks to writers like John Rogers and Iain Sinclair who explore what cities and places really mean. At the heart of it, The Estate is a love story about social housing, and in a world of likes and online popularity, the importance of giving people who might seem uninteresting or unimportant, a story.
Follow Sam on Instagram @sambaldwinillustration
Written and Drawn by Claude T C
a high octane improvised adventure, as two absolutely knackered space traversing buds (immortal human, 4 armed alien engineer) are hounded by cyborgs with a really daft name.
Follow Claude on Twitter @captainclaude
Written and Drawn by Claude T C
A short improvised sci-fi comedy, in which an immortal man and a four armed alien engineer discover the Lynchian nightmare hidden within the Hero's Journey monomyth.
Follow Claude on Twitter @captainclaude
Written and Drawn by Tom Wilson
The evil Vanaris is free from his icy tomb! Hellbent on revenge and armed with a plan so fiendish he aims to destroy the gods themselves. The magical stone tablets created by his father make this all the more easy. Although, enemies from far and wide will stop at nothing to attain this power!
There's one thing that no one counted on... THE BANDIT CAT CREW! With their speed, cunning and power will they stand a chance against a would be god?! Only time will tell. Perhaps Vanaris will be the least of their worries.......
From creator Tom Wilson comes "Bandit Cat Crew" combining action, humour, magic, martial arts and supernatural suspense, these adventures will leave you clawing for the next issue!
Tom Wilson is an artist and creator from Manchester in the United Kingdom. Starting
out his career as a street artist, he quickly moved into developing story boards which built a strong passion for comic book art. Using his skill set brought him into teaching children and teenagers with difficult pasts. Allowing them to express themselves through the arts. He now works as a full time artist and self published writer.
"I've always enjoyed writing stories, and applying the strong colourful visuals that I grew up with, what I like to call "the golden age of Saturday morning cartoons!" I have been fortunate to teach and work with a variety of individuals from different walks of life, bringing us all together through the craft of art. I thank everyone that supports my journey as an artist and a writer. I am incredibly grateful, and I hope to expand my catalogue in an industry that is starting to recognise the independent creator. This is an exciting age of new storytellers.... The next generation of comics"
Tom Wilson currently writes two ongoing comic book series BANDIT CAT CREW and VICTOR VAMPS. Both titles under his own publishing house MERAKI COMICS.
Follow him on Instagram @merakicomics86
Written and Drawn by Vik Deluca
The much divided people of Earth find themselves unprepared when a race of alien warlords takes advantage of their shortsighted social and political conflicts to wage global war. The only hope for survival against the ultimate threat from outer space is to look within ourselves.... and hopefully find something weaponsable?!?
A short manga zine squeezed in 8 pages by aspiring writer and artist Vik Deluca (Daydreaming, Abrasive). Support him by purchasing a copy of Unity, all funds will go towards paying his lavishly expensive lifestyle.
Vittorio 'Vik' Deluca is a comic book artist and illutrator based in London, UK. During the day he manages the store you are on right now, during the night he keeps drawing and rewatching episodes of Attack On Titan over and over.
You can grab a copy of Unity and support him on his Instagram @vikdelucacomics
LASERMAN is the World's First Indian-American Superhero.
Created and copyrighted in 1985 by NYC public high school art teacher RAJIVE ANAND when he was just twelve years old, LASERMAN is the story of WILLIAM KHAN, a high school student from Jackson Heights, who, through a technological device, miraculously transformed into PURE ENERGY.
In an epic story of discovery and transformation that spans East and West, our young hero William realizes that he has the ability to travel on any form of communication- as pure energy- at the speed of light. He also fires a laser from his third eye- but at what cost to himself and to the
people he loves?
This comic reads like a classic, echoing the likes of Amazing Fantasy #15, and Rajive is an extremely enthusiastic creator, he brough Laserman to life with all his heart and sweat!
Follow the adventures of Laserman and his creator at lasermancomics.com
Mikey is a f*@k up, always has been. But when his estranged daughter, Laurie, gets back in touch after twenty years of f*@k all he thinks he;s got a second chance. But Laurie doesn't need a dad she just wants a getaway driver."
GHOST CITY COMIC FINALIST - BEST SINGLE ISSUE
Jed McPherson is a comic writer. He's mostly known for Deadbeat: a neo noir thriller about a young woman reuniting with her deadbeat dad through armed robbery. He's also the mind behind Jacob - a serial killer webcomic which he assures us is 100% not autobiographical. But he doesn't just write crime comics he's also worked on The Show - a deranged reality-tv satire kind of like the Truman Show as envisaged by Hunter S. Thompson.
You can find him on his site jedmcpherson.com
There are comics there you'll probably like it.