Here we have it, the latest issue of The Natural World. The covers are (mostly) printed, and after a little trimming, collating, folding, and stapling I should have a little stack of them in time for The Alternative Press Expo tomorrow morning. I will be there with my lovely wife Minty Lewis making sure that the weird and wonderful books of Secret Acres (table 433) get into the hands and minds of the discerning convention-goers.
So please stop by and check out their books, and if you're so inclined check out The Natural World #4 where Walter the mushroom hunter's adventures continue in a truly uncanny forest.
The 3rd issue in The Natural World series. Walter returns to the forest with great trepidation, and for good reason. The bandits loose track of their booty. The Reeve cannot undo what he has begun.
The 2nd issue of The Natural World leaves behind Walter and his brother for the time being. There is someone else lurking at the periphery of the village. Sample the first four pages here.
Animistic ghost story set in a medieval village. Walter is the only one who can see everything, but he can't tell anyone what it is he sees.
This offshoot of the Natural World story is my contribution to the tenth issue of Tugboat Press's excellent anthology, Papercutter. Supernatural family ties. I'm posting a 3-page excerpt here, but the story is 15 pages in total. Also featured in this issue of Papercutter, the talented Minty Lewis and Jesse Reklaw.
I scrambled to contribute a seven page story to the fourth issue of the Sundays anthology which debuts at MoCCA 2011. The story is seven pages long and is a tale of misanthropy obscured in haze and fog. Here are three pages as a sample.
Pocket-sized make-it-up-as-you-go comics featuring sea monsters, game show hosts, the forces of nature, and a stroll through deserted sections of Hannover, Germany.
The mini-comic is currently out of print. Maybe I will print some more up if I get around to producing the second issue. In the meantime, you can read the comic in its entirety here online.