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Published on July 12th, 2017 | by Richard Boom


Comichaus #7 Celebrates British Indie Talent and sports a Boo Cook cover

Comichaus let fans know that Issue #7 of COMICHAUS – the New British Indie Monthly- featuring continuing storylines from the best up and coming indie creators is now readily available!

With stunning black and white interior pages, the book is perfect bound with Issue 7 running a full 44 pages.

Comichaus wanted to help promote the indie creators by involving established Comic Book legends on the covers – and the support from them has been overwhelming. This #7 has the one and only Boo Cook as cover artist, where the other issues have seen the support of Glenn Fabry with Adam Brown, Tess Fowler, Gary Erskine, Carlos Ezquerra, John Mccrea, and more!

Issue Seven features pages by:

Steven Horry, Catia Fantini, Colin Bell, Simon Birks, Lyndon White, Matt Warner, Mark Adams, Vincent Hunt, Nikki Foxrobot, Chris Robertson, Richard Macrae, Robin Jones, Michael Sambrook, Gavin Fullerton, Mark McCann and David Yeh

New story starting this month!

‘Homeopathos’ from Robin Jones, Michael Sambrook and Gavin Fullerton


One shot ‘Gods of a Lesser Sphere’ from writer Mark McCann and artist David Yeh

And the other stories continues where last months left off from ‘Chalk’, ‘Mandy the Monster Hunter’, ‘M.I.A’ and ‘Cold’.

“If we keep referring to it as an indie 2000 AD it might become an official designation…” Starburst Magazine


“Comichaus has the potential to grow into a huge part of the UK indie scene.” Pipedream Comics


A who’s who from the small press scene…..Stunning series to get hooked on!! Comics Anonymous

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Richard is the driving force behind Comics for Sinners. His love and admiration for female comic book characters is virtually unparalleled, which immediately explains his biggest 'sin': his Hot Mummy fetish. This sketchbook theme is philogynistic in nature and even the source of his WIP comic book series "The Sisterhood".

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