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by CRAIG HURD-MCKENNEYWinner of the 2004 Xeric Foundation Grant Living in the isolation of the Parsonage house in Haworth Village, the four Bronte children make a startling discovery: a doorway to another world! What seems like paradise soon reveals itself to be just as dark as the real world. Can the siblings resist the allure of Angria, or will they be seduced -- and destroyed -- by it? Either way, their spirits, their beliefs and their family bond will be tested to the limit!
by CRAIG HURD-MCKENNEYIf your career was at a standstill... If you were close to hitting the big time... Would you sacrifice everything to get there? In an era of ubiquitous and obsessive media celebrity, stage magician Wynter Steele is faced with this very question. Will he take his career to "the big time," or will he keep the status quo to save his relationship? Frustrated with his magic career, Wynter Steele obsessively runs routines and hustles for gigs to hit the big time. When stunt magician Blaine... more
by Anthony Phillips“Phoenix Angel Illustration” showcase nine characters from three of my published books. “Phoenix Prime One and Two”, and “Ultimate Weapon.” Two of the characters have a short story with their illustrations. The first short story is called “SpiritHawk.” He is an African American Buffalo Soldier an Ex-Musketeer, with the spirit abilities from The Wolf, Hawk, Bear and, Wolf. The second short story is titled “Phoenix Angle.” She is a covert spy for the United Nation. An Egyptian amulet gives her th... more
by Andre Adams
Freedom Fries is a satirical, illustrated compendium featuring musings on French and American culture. My ex-wife is French (from Lille, north of Paris) and I lived there for five years. I do visit quite often and have many friends hounding me when I will move back. After the last election especially, it may be sooner than later. The experiences & frustrations I had there—as well as here as well--inspired me to chronicle them into a humorous collection of observations. It is definitely ... more
by The Daley Doodle
People who travel the world live a life of smoothie bowl diets, watching sun rays glisten on the lapping waves of iris lakes and bedding down at night knowing they can sleep safe in the knowledge that everything is perfect and life is a figured out, right? Well, not quite. The Daley Doodle's illustrated journal tells the story of one clueless country bumpkin's very honest, hilarious and 'bowel movement altering' time travelling the world to lands far and wide for the best part... more
by The Daley DoodlePeople who travel the world live a life of smoothie bowl diets, watching sun rays glisten on the lapping waves of iris lakes and bedding down at night knowing they can sleep safe in the knowledge that everything is perfect and life is a figured out, right? Well, not quite. The Daley Doodle's illustrated journal tells the story of one clueless country bumpkin's very honest, hilarious and 'bowel movement altering' time travelling the world to lands far and wide for the best part of two years... more
by Dmitri JacksonBlackwax Boulevard is the weirdest, grimiest, most obscure record store in all comics. Thus, by hipster-definition, also the coolest! This anthology collects the first five years of the Glyph-nominated webcomic that follows nerds, metalheads, manic pixies, bohos, hobos and every music lover in between as they explore life, pop culture and the eternally dusty record bin. Anything goes when the needle drops at Blackwax! Contains over 200 high-def pages from the original minicomics, plus a new intr... more
by D TaladaNew York's own Nasty Rabbit exists to fulfill some basic life goals: drink, smoke, leer at women, listen to the Stones, and avoid social interaction. The problem with achieving the latter goal is that Nasty is none too careful about observing social mores, or personal property laws. In this book, entirely through fault of his own, Nasty gets stuck in a vegetable truck and transported to Mississippi; gets mixed up in a bootleg liquor operation; causes a magician to have a heart attack in front of... more
by Chase HullThe book is fully illustrated and is cover-to-cover XXX material that's entirely in English. This is a non-linear, telling, of a couple through their graphic and sordid sexual exploits. This is not your grandmother's romance novel, nor is it a collection of fluffy long drawn-out erotica stories. This at best could be described as, a fast-paced, straight to the point, crude exposé of a couple's carnal desires, played out. It will not be for everyone, nor should it.
by S.F. Claymore“Taelon Laskar is a prodigy in Psykoria’s Temples of Wizardry. He boasts psychic powers unlike any ever seen. But he is never content – he believes men can ascend far beyond what others deem their limits. What Taelon doesn’t know is that Psykoria has been infiltrated by an inhuman enemy that's already oppressed a foreign kingdom. Will Taelon and the other wizards be ready for this new foe?”
by Lucy BellwoodCartoonist Lucy Bellwood is beset by a tiny, petulant demon who embodies workaholism, imposter syndrome, and fear of missing out. Fed up with its constant nagging, she sets out to defang and humanize her inner critic in a series of conversational comics. From overcoming self-doubt to prioritizing self-care, Bellwood and her demon embody a hilarious and relatable partnership that will resonate with people from all walks of life. 100 Demon Dialogues reminds us that we are not alone in our fear,... more
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by Scott SemegranMr. Grieves started as a poke at human nature through the use of talking, narcissistic animals. It has evolved into a full-on assault to your funny bone. Where else will you find rats fighting over cubicles, camels worrying about aging, a parrot talking to aliens, and a lonely water snail longing for a friend? Welcome to the world of Mr. Grieves! Mr. Grieves and other comic strips by Scott Semegran appeared in the following newspapers: The Austin Student, The Funny Times, The Austin American-Sta... more
by Dmitri JacksonA rabbi, a Muslim and a hooker walk into a diner... Just kidding! This isn’t the start of some boring, politically incorrect joke you’ve heard a zillion times before. But it does illustrate the diverse and chaotic carnival of life bustling through the doors of Marty’s Diner. Presented for the first time ever is the complete collection of the Glyph-nominated webcomic that irreverently tackled race, religion, politics and semi-fine dining with equal wit and brutal honesty. Viewpoints may differ, b... more
by Madeleine Holly-RosingAn ex-Pinkerton detective, a spirit photographer, and a genius scientist battle supernatural forces in late 1800's Boston.
by Lili RistagnoIn the aftermath of MLK's assassination, Manson followers gather in the Haight-Ashbury district, Hollywood hedonism flourishes, Black Panthers organize, and the United States lays claim to the moon. Part rock 'n roll gossip, part true crime, illustrated narrative of "Death Valley '69" is a compelling invitation to gawk at the death of an American era: the 1960's. Author/artist Lili Ristagno offers unnerving details of chance and circumstance while cataloging the dark events which closed tha... more