Utopian slice-of-life stories and comics about the queer monsters, witches, ghosts, and mermaids of the Netherworld, an endlessly sprawling dimension full of mischief and tomfoolery.

Picnic on the Moon

Humming silently to himself, the lich plodded with a happy gait to an empty lunar spot. An unheard spell encased a small patch in a transparent bubble, and a magic candle, upon lighting, began filling it with heat and air. Within a few minutes, the bubble was perfectively inhabitable and very comfortable for the living.

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The Carpenter Knocks

A week passed, each day seeing Oil and Sourdough sharing a meal or “accidentally running into” each other on the streets of Peyroux or the areas just outside. On a gloomy Wednesday morning, while hiding from a storm in Donut Be Afraid, the two sat drinking coffee.

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Mistakes in Death

Magic has an element of random chance — this is one of the things that separates it from electricity and magnetism and other natural forces. Mail delivery is equally equipped with random chance, which is why a spell interrupted by the mail is a most eventful opportunity, a perfect invitation for Something to happen.

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Sketchbook & Comics

Adventures big and small. Characters and flora and fauna. Behind-the-scenes to product explorations. In-universe newspaper and television advertisements.

Evil Supply Co. is a celebration of cozy Halloween

All stories and comics are set in an infinitely sprawling Netherworld, a peaceful realm of witches and monsters, ghosts and ghouls, mermaids, sea monsters, and countless creatures that go “bump” in the night.

Evil Supply Co. focuses on soft tales and gossip, small adventures in haunted libraries and cursed coffee shops, first dates and spouses flirting with each other.

Aesthetically, much of the Netherworld borrows from fantastical Europe peppered with the occasional touch-point from the 1980s (mix tapes, video stores, and mini golf courses abound).

There are not, nor have there ever been, nor will there ever be humans in the Netherworld. All characters and references, named or anonymous, are in some way monstrous.