Tag: indie comics

WOLFEN JUMP In Print fundraiser!

Last year, a group of twenty-four artists contributed weird, heartwarming, terrible, scary comics to an anthology with an “extremely nebulous” theme of “wolf”. The result was WOLFEN JUMP, which I got very excited about during its inception phase. Now volume one is complete, and you can read the entire thing online for free.

But what if you want to read these comics somewhere other than Tumblr’s hyperactive nightmare zone? (more…)

Werewolf Wednesday Digest – May 2012, Part 1

It’s been a few weeks since my last celebration of Werewolf Wednesday, but when I woke up in my Boston hotel room this morning, I had this inspirational image by Tandye in my inbox, so I knew the time was right. (more…)

Mozart and The Wolfman Vs. The Mummy

It’s by Alex Cox. It’s four panels long. I might have printed the last panel and stuck it on the wall. Maybe. Probably.

High Moon

A comic featuring werewolves in an Old West setting? A werewolf anti-hero who hung out with Abe Lincoln and sports sideburns that make Logan look like a 14-year-old? If this sounds like your kind of thing, allow me to direct you to High Moon, an ongoing web comic by David Gallaher and Steve Ellis. (more…)

Slow. Slow!

Werewolf news has been slow these days. It’s kind of hard to believe, with the X-Files: I Want To Believe & The Wolf Man on the way, Welcome To Hoxford coming out in August, and a spate of werewolf novels hitting the market. (more…)