Evil Eye – Page 3

<< Prev | First | Next >> Page 3 of a comic about a peculiar evil eye bracelet! I’m Jaime Mosquera, a Latinx nonbinary comic artist and illustrator who loves body horror and birds! You can find more of my work and tip me here: Twitter | Kofi Our posts are 100% Patreon funded! If you want […]

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Bad Bark

“Do you hear that behind me? Sounds like…a dog singing heavy metal?“ What a smell, am I right? Hellhounds stinking up the block and setting off car alarms, all to protect nearby graveyards and ghosts. Seems to me that they’d be safer without all the snarling and smoke. I’m Ari, an agender writer/illustrator that loves […]

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Weaker Sides: From the Surreal to the Real

At over 200 pages and still going, Weaker Sides is one roller coaster of a web comic. With surrealist story telling, things can get lost in translation, but this is definitely not the case. The story telling is compelling and the characters are unique. The art style lends extremely well to not just the pace, […]

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Silence

I watched the stars blink out one by one. I let the silence overtake me then, as space and time grew quiet and alone. A dark void surrounded and filled me as the black grew into existence, and I knew that we had done this. We had stirred this darkness, stirred it and fed it […]

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Halloween Giveaway!

It’s that time of year again! Once again we are raffling off some great prizes from some wonderful artists, creators, and just some fun Halloween items! Please follow the information down below for how to enter. This year we are giving away:

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Happy One Year Anniversary!

Art by Tsi-bi, who has also done The “Thing”! In the beginning of August in 2016, I began to rebrand my personal blog into a queer horror community. As someone who has always loved horror, I felt there was a significant lacking in queer horror coverage as well as in showcasing queer horror creators and […]

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Speak Out, Act Up

“Just ignore them, they will stop”, “Don’t give them attention”, “They’re wrong. People won’t believe that stuff”, are a few of the things I hear when someone in the media does something to spread misinformation about a group I happen to be associated with. Why do we tell each other to ignore this? Why are […]

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