Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Biodegradable In Da Comichaus

All 18 issues of 100% Biodegradable are now available to read on the newly launched Comichaus app - a streaming comic book app for Android and Apple devices.



Touted as 'the Netflix for comics', the app is free to download and includes a two week free trial.

There's hundreds of terrific Indie comics already included on the app, such as Ken Reynold's supernatural steampunk 'Cognition' series, Jon Laight's super heroic 'Brethren Born' and Jimmy Furlong's delightfully titled 'Shit Flingers' anthology. So, follow the link below and get speed reading now!



https://www.comichaus.com/app/

Sunday, 17 September 2017

Issue 18 is out now!


Issue 18 of 100% Biodegradable has just been released on Comicsy and Drivethru, alongside a rather lovely front cover by Brett Burbridge.


Inside issue 18: Paranormal Investigator 'Daversham Rex' attempts to solve the murder of a recently resurrected femme fatale, a fare dodger accidentally boards a train bound for hell in 'Bad Conduct' by David Hailwood, Mats Engesten and John Robbins, a pregnant woman on the run seeks refuge with a mysterious order of nuns in 'Nuns of Travena' by Jordan Sam Adams, Denis Vermesse and Ken Reynolds, the crew of the Skow 709 make contact with ugly alien life whilst escaping even uglier mercenaries in the fourth part of ‘Skowdogs’ by John Freeman, David Hailwood, Dave Thomson and Ken Reynolds.  All this, and more!




The anthology is 36 pages, colour and b/w, and available at the following links for just 69p:


A ComiXology release will follow at a later date.  In the meantime, you can grab previous issues here:


Right, time to get cracking on the next print collection which will contain many strips from issues 15-18 and hopefully be released before the end of the year.

Sunday, 20 August 2017

Dan Cornwell is...Judge Dredd!

...Well, alright, he's not actually Judge Dredd (as the photo below will attest.  Hardly regulation uniform!), but he is drawing a 5 part Dredd strip written by the mighty John Wagner which debuts in 2000ad next wednesday.


In celebration of this monumental achievement, issues 8 and 12 (which contain 'The Last Batch' by Chris Sides, Dan Cornwell and Ken Reynolds, and 'Area 101' by Chris Redfern and Dan Cornwell) are free on Drivethru for the next week!


You can download them at the following links:

http://www.drivethrucomics.com/product/145662/100-Biodegradable-8

http://www.drivethrucomics.com/product/178076/100-Biodegradable-12

And check out a preview of Dan's Dredd strip on Lew Stringer's comic blog here:

http://lewstringer.blogspot.co.uk/2017/08/dan-cornwell-makes-his-2000ad-debut.html

Don't forget to pick up a copy of 2000ad on Wednesday!

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Xmas In July Sale!

As part of Drivethru Comics' Xmas In July sale, for the next week there's 25% off all but the latest issue of 100% Biodegradable.

Grab the comics here whilst they're cheaper than a Mars bar, and twice as tasty! (disclaimer: the comics are digital - please don't actually eat them)

And if ridiculously cheap comics are still too pricey for you, the latest issue of Ken Reynolds' experimental comic anthology Sliced Quarterly is out now (with a brilliantly designed cover by Lukasz Kowalczuk). You can download it for free here.

Saturday, 8 July 2017

Wrap around Rourke

With issue 17 of 100% Biodegradable preparing to slither out of the cracks between worlds and emerge into the light, here's a quick peek at the lovely wrap around 'Rourke Of The Radlands' cover by Bill Storie and Brett Burbridge.


Originally created by John Freeman (Judge Dredd Megazine, Crucible) and Liam Sharp (Batman, Wonder Woman) for Marvel UK's 'Strip' comic in the 90's, Rourke proved so popular that there was even talk of doing a mini-series featuring popular characters from the Marvel universe.

Liam Sharp's faxes, featuring Rourke, Monark Starstalker and Wolverine.
Sadly Marvel UK ceased to be before that could happen, though the original Rourke strip was reprinted in Issue 16 of 100% Biodegradable, after a brand new lick of paint from Brett Burbridge.

You can read more about the history of Rourke and Marvel UK on John Freeman's Down The Tubes.

Issue 17 of 100% Biodegradable features Rourke's first brand new solo outing in over 20 years, ably illustrated by Bill Storie (Spaceship Away, Sci Fi Art Now), scripted by David Hailwood and John Freeman, coloured by Brett Burbridge and lettered by Ken Reynolds.


The new issue will be available later today, so keep your eyes peeled!

Saturday, 1 July 2017

Issue 17 preview

With Issue 17 of 100% Biodegradable nearing completion, here's a preview of some of the strips appearing inside.
In Capsule by Brian Pearlman and Armin Ozdic (with colours by Liam O'Connor and letters by Ken Reynolds) a musician seeks shelter from the rain in a hotel from hell.
In Waste Of Time by Tony Suleri and David Hailwood, a scientist solves mankind's waste crisis by using the past as a dumping ground...with dire consequences!
In the third part of Skowdogs (written by John Freeman and David Hailwood, and illustrated by Dave Thomson), the crew of the Skow face off against an ancient alien race, deadly mercenaries, and technology gone haywire. 
And in the concluding part of Alan Burrows and Paul H Birch's Switchblade, the titular character finds himself up to his neck in giant psychotic dentistry obsessed mutant germs!
Previous issues of the digital sci-fi anthology are available to buy for just 69p/$0.99 at the following places:

Saturday, 13 May 2017

Comixology Carnage!

Issue 16 of 100% Biodegradable is out now on ComiXology!

Recently awarded 8.3 out of 10 on Fanboy Nation, and described as 'some of the best science fiction storytelling outside of 2000ad' on Pop Culture Bandit, the latest issue features a whole wealth of sci-fi and fantasy carnage from the likes of Liam Sharp (Wonder Woman, X-Men, Batman), John Freeman (Judge Dredd Megazine, Crucible), Brett Burbridge (Octal, Sliced Quarterly), Alan Burrows (Eagle, 2000ad), Paul H Birch (Toxic, Creepy Kofy Movie Time), Luciano Fleitas (H-alt, The Chronicles Of Terror) Paul Bradford (H-alt, Indie Comics) and more.
Issue 16 of the quarterly digital anthology is available for just $0.99/69p at the following links: