The Weirding Willows by Dave Elliot is a marvelous mashup of old literary influences. Alive (of Wonderland) the daughter of Dr. Moreau, who in turn is paid to create flying monkeys for a certain Wicked Witch… Drool. Geekgasm issue to issue.
Brian K. Vaughan’s ‘Saga’
Art by Fiona Staples
Time to change all my desktop wallpapers! Saga art by Fiona Staple!
The worst of Greydon’s plague outbreaks occurred over one hundred years ago. The Lord Mayor ordered cats and dogs to be killed, for he feared they carried the taint sickness.
Unfortunately, the true carriers were the black rats, who in turn were the hosts of tainted ticks from Odlund that spread the germ. Without predators to kill the rats, their population grew, and the death toll soared.
In the southern Yakozan peninsula, a group of reclusive fishermen make a living by rounding up shi ika. The shi ika is a type of squid aberration found just off the coast.
The shi ika kai–death squid herders–are shunned by most because they bargain low prices for corpses, which they use as bait. They pile the dead on fishing boats and sail to the shi ika breeding trenches, where the bodies are…
The Hayworth farm had been in the family for three generations. Merle was the last of the line. He was murdered earlier today in his cornfield.
Two thieves had snuck up on old Merle while he harvested corn. The first called out to Merle, just past the tattered scarecrow, “I’m lost, sir. I’m in need of directions.”
Merle put down his basket of corn to help, but quickly became aware of the ruse…
Anton had been dead for twenty days now. His body was left in a shallow ditch in the woods. His killers didn’t even bother to bury his corpse.
The superstitious folk of Mircea are familiar with tales of restless dead. Ceremonies and customs were put in place over the last century to reduce the likelihood of supernatural incidents. For the most part, nowadays, they worked.
Unfortunately, in cases…
Here we go! The one-shot comic with Horatio Radoiu is officially started! “The Reaper at Blackrock” is a go!
Weasel dodged the fruit vendor’s grasp! He wove between pedestrians and jumped over toppled obstacles. He’d done this before. It’s how he survived in Cog Town after all.
He snagged two apples and a loaf of bread from the market and foraged for the bits of meat in some restaurant trash cans. He got by.
He reached a familiar alley, climbed up a stack of crates, and grabbed a window sill. He heaved…