A dead body is found outside the Fuse during a Gridlock competition – an illegal but widely followed racing sport. Ristovych and Dietrich investigate.
The world has been taken over by monolithic tree-like structures that in their wake have destroyed large sections of the earth simply by impact or by their “natural” corrosive emissions. Civilisation within that destruction has become a diversified and more liberal state, human beings living on the fringes of sexuality, society, sanity and life itself.
Deadly Class #7 opens to the introduction of a new set of killers in grotesque fashion. The pacing is very quick and Craig’s artwork takes enough panels to draw out the feeling of dread as the hapless victim is preyed upon by his female attacker and her slack-jawed back up.
Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting’s Velvet from Image Comics continues to explore her history and those of the spies pursuing her.
Nailbiter is a serial killer based title with a hell of twist in it. Centring around a local investigation of a man who cannibalises the hands of those who bite their fingernails. The three officers Finch, Crane and Carroll soon delve too deep finding a conspiracy where a force for good can spawn absolute evil in the form of new killers and copycat figures.
In Black Science #8 we are following the epic conclusion of the previous issue as Gia and Shawn(the children of the group) are trapped on the latest world , with little no aid, human or between themselves.
Red City: Crime noir meets science fiction based on Mars. Published by Image Comics. Written by Daniel Corey and Art by Anthony Diecidue.
Whilst investigating the disappearance of his best friend, Nick Finch uncovers more of the town of Buckaroo’s dark secrets. Does the infamous Nailbiter know more than he is letting on and who is committing the recent series of grisly murders in his name?