Poyo’s Indie Spotlight Book – November 2020

I love independent books. They truly are expressions directly from the mind of the creators without boundaries and limitations. Free from the corporate overlords that want to add their own input like we see with the larger publishers.

So I’m gonna start highlighting books that grab my attention that I’ll be picking up and checking out myself on my own hit list.

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January Previews 2020 – DC & Black Label Spotlight Books

Previews gives us a glimpse of what’s to come. Here’s the spotlight of new books coming out of January Previews for DC and Black Label books  that has us excited, either on the spec level, read level or just gorgeous cover art level.

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December Previews 2019 – DC & Black Label Spotlight Books

Previews gives us a glimpse of what’s to come. Here’s the spotlight of new books coming out of December Previews for DC and Black Label books  that has us excited, either on the spec level, read level or just gorgeous cover art level.

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July 2019 Previews Spotlight for Upcoming Small Publishers

We’ve already covered the Indie, DC and Marvel. Let’s take a peek at what’s coming for all the remaining publishers for July Previews.

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Upcoming Indie Books Spotlight from March Previews

Indie books are great. They’re great to read and it allows the creators to really express themselves as both writer and artist.

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Upcoming Indie Spotlight Books

I absolutely love independent comics and books. The creative minds from the creators seems more genuine story telling and artwork, without some editor or publisher pulling the puppet strings from above.

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