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Thursday, May 5, 2011

Wet Black Ghost comics

Posted By on Thu, May 5, 2011 at 11:03 AM

Long Walk to Valhalla

Local artist Matt Fox, who provided really striking illustrations for our Big Ideas issue last year, is working with local writer Adam Smith on Wet Black Ghost Publishing, a new collaboration that's yielded a one-shot print comic called "Mule" and an on-going webcomic called "Long Road to Valhalla."

The former, which is for sale at KaPow Comics in Sherwood or via the Wet Black Ghost website (where you can also read a digital version), is about an underground health clinic, where people pay a "mule" to take on their sickness through some sort of Dr. Frankenstein-type machine.

The latter, Fox says, will end up being around 70 pages. Right now, they're on page 5, with new pages up on the site every Monday. So far, not much has happened, but it looks really great.

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