Hyper-violent, 80s-influenced dystopian graphic novel thriller about identity, trauma and killing people while wearing animal masks.
Wild Nature is the sport sensation of the future. In cities across the US, teams of masked killers put on a brutal, bloody show for the fans. Swan was the best at playing the game. After all, he helped create it. But he wants out.
Haunted by his own history of violence and the black thoughts inside his own head, he’s quit to prove he’s more than a murderer. But his old partners aren’t ready to let him go and Swan’s about to find out that leaving the past behind is pure murder.
Look out for volume one, crowdfunding on Kickstarter in September 2020.
16 page black and white digest comic. The first of the feminist femme fatale’s adventures.
Burned out in the aftermath of a hit gone wrong, Paul is give a simple job: to watch a beautiful woman. As the days pass, he moves from simply following her to something much more sinister. Isolated, paranoid and lonely, Paul finds himself torn between duty, desire and HER!
32-page black and white comic sequel to HER!
The dusty landscape of Propserity is best known for two things: fine bourbon and the women who go missing there. No one wants the real answers about what happened to them. No one, except HER.
In the space of 24 hours, she’ll need to uncover the truth and deal with the inevitable, violent consequences of standing up for the women that powerful men victimise.
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132-page black and white noir thriller. Available in digital and print editions. Available from 31 October.
I’m David. A few years ago I decided I was going to make my own comics and after about three years I finally finished one. Thanks to a compulsive personality and a lack of time management skills, I spend most of my time making them.
So, what do I make? It’s mostly weird genre stuff. The sort of comics I’d love to read but few people make them. In fairness, the people who do make them are pretty amazing, so I’ve got a bit of a hill to climb there.
Oh, I’m Scottish, enjoy movies and long walks, GSOH, 5’8, and have a bad habit of acquiring technology I don’t need. Do you want to know any more than that?