This is a story about a zoomorphic team of rats, explorers of the tomb worlds of a civilization long gone. They fight through nightmarish realms, horrors that haunt the living. Step by step they rebuild the ancient knowledge of Ones they thought were Gods. They don’t fight for survival - they fight for Ascention of their species.
TENDRIL PUPPY (Issue 2)
The character Tendril Puppy first showed up in Norm Karsh’s webcomic “CONSPIRACY MF PRESENTS – Volume 2”. Most of the Tendril Puppy comics from “CMF – Vol. 2” were reprinted in a spin-off webcomic titled “TENDRIL PUPPY”, along with additional Tendril Puppy comics.
With the new webcomic “TENDRIL PUPPY (Issue 2)”, Norm puts the character of Tendril Puppy aside for a bit. In Issue 2, Norm continues a story about a different character who also first showed up in the webcomic “CONSPIRACY MF PRESENTS – Volume 2” – the character Pen Pendri. Pen lives in an alternate-universe Argentina… an Argentina where there is societal pressure to dye your hair and eyebrows to match the coloring of actress Zosia Mamet, where Hitler clones run a dance studio, and Pen Pendri escapes his violent home life by writing bathroom-wall verses.
Drako the Barbarian in
The Fire and Stone Cut
Drako the barbarian is a wondering warrior of questionable values. Drako is doing some mercenary work for a small community. Unfortunately he was fighting for the losing side, and is now on the run. On the way, he meets some interesting people.
A story that follows a set of twins. Both drum to their own beat and ignore most of societies rules. They live a rebellious life and have ran into all sorts of interesting people and problems doing such. But it seems the more choices they make, the deeper their problems become.
The year is 1982, and Johannesburg’s Western Coloured Township is in the grips of a severe housing shortage following a series of housing shortages dating back the 1950’s forced removals. It was in this time of need that the Western Residents Action Committee (WRAC) started a fight with the apartheid regime that would eventually see the township being completely rebuilt into what would become known as Westbury. This previously unrecorded history details how a small township made a big difference, in spite of police brutality and racial discrimination.
A zine honoring Carolyn Saulson, a Bay Area African American and Disability Rights community activist who was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a rare blood cancer affecting African Americans at a rate twice that of the general population, on August 10, 2009. The zine features artwork, writing, collaging and photography by Carolyn, her daughter, award-winning horror author Sumiko Saulson, her granddaughter, beat poet Franchesca Saulson, and fellow disabled artists Kat Fury, Serena Toxicat, and Beth Johnson. It has facts and highlights about the rare blood cancer, about her fight against it, her life, her art, and her work with the communities she serves. Funde by the Ara Jo Memorial Fund 2018.