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Independent Comic Spotlight 2019 Vol. I

Posted on May 29, 2019 by in Features |

Independent Comic Spotlight is back and better than ever! Make sure you grab all of these awesome titles and continue spreading the good word about good comics from good creators. Enjoy!

Independent Comics Sent My Way:

  • Men at Sea by Riff Reb’s, Joe Johnson, Joseph Conrad, William Hope Hodgson, Pierre Mac Orlan, Edgar Allan Poe, Marcel Schwob, and Robert Luis Stevenson from Dead Reckoning (an imprint of the Naval Institute Press)
  • Katusha: Girl Soldier of the Great Patriotic War by Wayne Vansant from Dead Reckoning (an imprint of the Naval Institute Press)
  • All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque and Wayne Vansant from Dead Reckoning (an imprint of the Naval Institute Press)
  • The Night Witches by Garth Ennis, Russ Braun, Tony Avina, and Simon Bowland from Dead Reckoning (an imprint of the Naval Institute Press – originally published by Dynamite Entertainment)
  • Goya: The Terrible Sublime by El Torres and Fran Galan from Pegasus Books
  • Apocalypse Taco by Nathan Hale from Amulet Books (an imprint of Abrams)
  • Vei: Vol. 1 by Sara B. Elfgren and Karl Johnsson from Insight Comics
  • Court of the Dead: Shadows of the Underworld by Tom Gilliland, Jacob Murray, and Ivan Koritarev from Insight Comics

Independent Books Sent My Way:

  • Beneath the Flames by Gregory Lee Renz (a true hero novel written by a close personal friend of mine)
  • White by Bret Easton Ellis (one of my all-time favorite fiction writers dabbles in nonfiction)
  • Going for a Beer by Robert Coover (a short story collection that is experimental and fun and dark in all the right ways)

So there you have it. Another great installment of Independent Comic Spotlight. Have a comic you want reviewed? How about a graphic novel? Or maybe even a book? I’d love to read it. But I’d love a physical copy. Email me at JeffHill@ComicBooked.com or reach out to me on Twitter (jeffhillwriter) and we’ll get you thrown into the queue for Vol. II of 2019. See you then. In the meantime, be a good literary citizen and pick up all of the great books featured in this first installment of the year. Happy reading!

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