Evil Eye – Page 4

<< Prev | First | Next >> Page 4 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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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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Hurricane Aaron is Howelling Through

CW: Incest, assault, abuse. Hurricane Aaron is a film about brothers in tragedy. J.R. Howell’s first feature film takes viewers on a series of twists and turns that may leave some queasy, but thoroughly intrigued about the psyche, and rage, of its main characters, Aaron and Cory. There is more than just horror that lurks […]

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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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Hearing The Call

A monster can be many things. It can be predatory, tireless and hungry. It can be alien and unfathomable. It can be kind and misunderstood. Many see themselves in the monsters on the screen, love the monstrous as a symbol of comfort and solidarity between outsiders. But even then, we understand what it means when […]

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See You.

The streets of the city were never deserted. Eva may only have been at the university for a month but her newly found friends on the campus had already picked out their favourite eating and drinking spots and, in the interests of Anglo-Franco co-operation of course, had insisted she join them. She could hardly refuse […]

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