July Feature #6: BHP Comics

Kevin Featured Comics • Jul 23, 2021


Whenever a new creator or publisher brings their amazing work to GlobalComix, there's always an air of excitement in our virtual office. We get to discover incredible new stories alongside the GlobalComix community, and it's no different with our recent announcement of BHP Comics joining our growing community of creators. The talent on display always has us in awe, and humbled, that our platform has been chosen as a destination for these wonderful experiences.

We've picked out five series from BHP Comics to spotlight as part of our feature series, and we're sure you'll enjoy them as much as we did. Be sure to share your thoughts within the reading experience with our new in-reader comments and reactions.



Tomorrow, 49 pages - Published by BHP Comics, (cc/ @bhpcomics)

The end of the world is here. But they forgot to tell one little old lady. When an old lady wakes up one morning to find the rest of the population has disappeared, she struggles to cope with the strange isolation of her new life.

Story and Art by Garry Mac and Jack Lothian



Plagued: The Miranda Chronicles, 162 pages - Published by BHP Comics, (cc/ @bhpcomics)

The near future. Scotland has been left devastated by a plague that has swept the country. The scattered population struggle to survive from day to day. And the blame for this pandemic falls squarely on ‘witches’ – seemingly ordinary people with extra-ordinary powers- who are hunted down and forced to stand trial by government sanctioned witch-hunters.

Story and Art by Gary Chudleigh and Tanya Roberts



Maximum Alan, 89 pages - Published by BHP Comics, (cc/ @bhpcomics)

For the first time ever, BHP releases a collected Maximum Alan. The cult hit from our early small press days brings a fictional Alan Moore into a world of adventure as he takes on a multiverse of Alan Moores.

Story and Art by Brian Rankin and Ross Leonard



Freedom Bound, 146 pages - Published by BHP Comics, (cc/ @bhpcomics)

Freedom Bound, explores Scotland’s uncomfortable connections with the history of slavery. We follow the interconnected stories of three enslaved people seeking freedom in Scotland in the decades before the legal case which decided that Scots Law could not tolerate slavery.

Story and Art by Shazleen Khan and Warren Pleece



Dungeon Fun, 145 pages - Published by BHP Comics, (cc/ @bhpcomics)

This is a story of a girl and her sword… Raised by trolls in the moat of a castle, Fun Mudlifter lives a life of boredom until, one day, when adventure finds her and a sword plummets into her village.

Story and Art by Colin Bell and Neil Slorance


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