Stories and comics from the Netherworld, a peaceful realm of witches and monsters, ghosts and ghouls, mermaids and other sea monsters, and countless other things that go “bump” in the night. Adventure and romance are common, conflict is rare.
Slice-of-life in the Netherworld stories / Updated a few times a week
Red Kelp checked the recipe needlessly. She has made moss cake countless times and has long since memorized the recipe and steps. Bluewood moss comes next, then a layer of deadly nightshade, strips of ghoul oak bark sliced paper thin, fresh hemlock… moss cake is not difficult to make but it is exceptionally time consuming.
Red Kelp checked the recipe needlessly. She has made moss cake countless times and has long since memorized the recipe and steps. Bluewood moss comes next, then a layer of deadly nightshade, strips of ghoul oak bark sliced paper thin, fresh hemlock… moss cake is not difficult to make but it is exceptionally time consuming.read more
Tiny talons scampered across a tile floor. A jewel-filled mouth greedily gulped down a purloined snack.
“Drawn by the vibrations my hammers caused through the rock, the gargoyles came to investigate. It is musical to them, so I suppose I am something of a rock star.”
Clearing his throat, the avenger continued. “Villains have cultural standards and structures. They might be steeped in evil, but they wouldn’t—“ annoyed, he paused. “Yes, Redghost. What is it.”
“I think you three paid last time, no?” Margot offered. She reached for her wallet and found it missing. Pursing her lips in amusement, the necromancer eyed the rabbits, each regarding her with a happy, innocent expression as it finished the last of its meal.
The story archive is now launched! I am digging through old stories and hammering out the data entry and typography. There are currently a few dozen stories available with about 90 more to come (plus a dozen or so that are in various states of editing).
At the current pace, this should wrap around the end of June 2019.
I have a small handful of comics penciled out — they were sketched with the previous archive design in mind but were never inked or colored, so incorporating them should be reasonable simple.