Official Press Release
Chris Berg’s zombie/gangster/murderer shuffles in, Marta Tanrikulu unearths family secrets, and Paul Bradford’s assassin is righteously pissed off in the new issue of Indie Comics Magazine!
Berg, Tanrikulu and Bradford join five other creators for nine complete stories. Man, this is one for the history books! Order in August’s Previews, Diamond’s comic book order catalog, under Aazurn Publishing.
You all know it — we’re unique! An indie anthology exclusive to Diamond makes us an anomaly among anomalies! Our complete stories, variety and quality make us even more different in an industry obsessed by multi-issue tales.
Chris Berg‘s graphic novel Slices seamlessly combines science fiction, slasher, zombie, gangster and adventure genres. The Dillinger Experiment in Indie Comics Magazine #7 is a done-in-one look at that larger work.
Chris’ drawing style is slick and practiced. He’s an active member of the International Society of Caricature Artists and that caricature skill defines his drawings — cartoony and dynamic. “Slices” will be one new book to look for.
Marta Tanrikulu brings a mystery story to Indie Comics Magazine #7, a classic who-done-it with old money, an inheritance and a twist.
Marta works in various genres, and I’m so happy she brought a good mystery to Indie Comics Magazine. Seven issues, and this is our first mystery!
ICM favorite Paul Bradford returns with a bloody tale of an assassin betrayed. An Australian, Paul writes Gothic poetry under the pseudonym Hierophantom and has produced small press “zines” through his company Inertia Publications.
Paul has a super understanding of what makes a short adventure story compelling. This story is one fans will be talking about for a long time!
Our new video preview of Indie Comics Magazine #7 is now up for you to see at Indie Comics Magazine.com. If you like it, we’d all appreciate some Facebook shares!
More news to come this month! Keep it done-in-one, keep it interesting — keep it indie!
Gary Scott Beatty, chief whip cracker here at Indie Comics Magazine