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This is an adaptation of a short story Neil Gaiman wrote in response to The Chronicles of Narnia, specifically The Last Battle. Gaiman has often spoken fondly of Lewis but it's clear he also has a few criticisms.

For the first half of the story he makes a number of legitimate points in regards to Lewis' writing and then it... turns into something else. I honestly don't know what Gaiman is trying to say with it.

NSFW for nudity and gore (...yeah). Also goes without saying that if you haven't read the series this spoils a number of plot points from the last book.

Scans under the cut... )

Teether #1

Feb. 10th, 2019 02:06 pm
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This is a currently ongoing miniseries that's halfway done but the release dates are fairly irregular (with the first issue out in 2017) so it might be awhile before it's finished. There's more info regarding the current status of updates from the artist/writer Doug Hutchison here.

Warning
for gore.

Scans under the cut... )
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"It's especially true when we are talking about our memories of childhood. If you have experienced someone talking about his or her childhood, most adults will say it was great. It was like paradise on Earth. But if you really look at real children in a school, you will realize that cruelty is already there. It is not a paradise at all. It can be very, very tough. And as adults, we don't want to see some of the undercurrents that human beings face from their childhood because it reminds us that it was not very fun." -- Fabien Vehlmann

Warning for gore/violence.

Scans under the cut... )
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The Meek is a fantasy-drama adventure weaving together multiple characters and narratives dealing with themes of loss, grief, corruption, betrayal and judgement. Since the site was launched in 2009, the series has received critical acclaim from numerous outlets (The A.V. Club listed The Meek as one of their picks for the best comic of 2016).

Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the Earth. )
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Sluggy Freelance is a webcomic that started in 1997 and is still going. I haven't read it in over a decade as the mythology grew increasingly convoluted and almost impossible to follow (ask someone to explain what's up with Oasis) but at the time it was a pretty fun and addictive comic.

I decided to share the start of what was one of my favorite storylines, a fairly self-contained horror parody that they did all the way back in 2000. You don't really need to know anything about the prior comics to enjoy it.

Warning for gore (albeit cartoonish gore).

Comics under the cut... )
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(Gore tag's on for that.)

She's got a story in The Graphic Canon of Crime and Mystery.

It's an adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's " The Body Snatcher ", in an EC Comics style.

It's about two men, Fettes and Macfarlane, echoes of real-life body snatchers William Burke and William Hare.

The original story tied the former pair to the latter's employer. )

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