Stomping Ground, edited by Neil Baker

The second in April Moon Books’ Short Sharp Shocks series can best be described as a mental menagerie of unconventional giant beasts. Gone are traditional Godzilla and Kaiju type monstrosities and instead what you get is more “Night of the Lepus”. Sadly there are no giant killer rabbits on the rampage but the tongue is most firmly planted in cheek for more than a few of the stories contained herein. If the book solely consisted of giant killer giraffes, beavers and mammoth duck billed platypuses then I would a bit disappointed but editor Neil Baker deftly balances the absurd and outrageous creations with beautifully written and engaging stories.
Gravity Comics Massacre No. 5

Gravity Comics Massacre, No. 5, by Vincenzo Bilof

Damien is a comic book store owner. He doesn’t like clothes, as he believes that they hinder him during the long work-hours that he puts into his comic book store, the only noteworthy sight in the worst town in Arizona. Damien loves his job; he has a magical pen given to him by the aliens who inspired Philip K. Dick’s early work, which he uses to draw his victims in order to realize their darkest fears.
Book of Dragon's Teeth - H. Wolfgang Porter - Book Cover

Book Of Dragon’s Teeth, by H. Wolfgang Porter

When a cadre of elemental sorceresses loses a magical artifact of utmost importance to a cutpurse, when South City officials and other people in positions of power begin to drop like flies and even the Gray Man finds himself in a situation that goes in way over his head, then South City begins to slowly but certainly descend into utter political (and later on sorcerous) chaos, which threatens to envelop the world.
Coyote - The Outlander, Book Cover

Coyote – The Outlander, by Chantal Noordeloos

Coyote the Outlander is the first book in a series detailing the adventures of the titular bounty hunter, as she treks across a fantastical re-imagining of early 20th-century America, hot on the heels of inhuman outlaws. On her way, Coyote finds herself caught up in a strange conspiracy, sees impossible technologies and has her share of well-written, spaghetti western-style shootouts.
Misbegotten - The Runawar Nun, Issue 1

Misbegotten – The Runaway Nun, Issue 1, by Caesar Voghan & Justin Case

AD 2097. Following the cataclysmic catastrophe that was the wrath of God Almighty, the Catholic Church take it upon themselves to rebuild Amerika from its ashes, gathering the poor and the huddled masses under its wing. To combat the rising tide of heretics and pagans who have festered among the ruins, the Church has established its team of Jesuit Knights, tasked to eliminate the nonbelievers for the salvation of mankind.