If you think about it, depending on your point of view, there’s really very little difference between Fox Mulder and Denzel Crocker. Wait, does… does that make the Syndicate Timmy? Don’t overthink this. Honestly I was gonna do this comic a while ago, but it just never seemed quite right, Continue reading Kong Tower #87: The Agency’s Finest at Work
Are you sick and tired of having all that money in your Paypal account? Do you wish you could get rid of it without having to collect some useless piece of junk off the internet? Do you enjoy my work? Well, instead of using that money on the therapy you Continue reading New: Tip Jar!
Hey, look it’s those guys from the Banner! They were supposed to have some sort of role in this comic, weren’t they? Happy, Thanksgiving, everyone! I’m thankful for all you loyal readers. The fact that I could probably fit all of you at a dinner table is inconsequential. Have a Continue reading Kong Tower #86: Knock Knock, Who Goes There?
My God could it be?! A comic with only minimal copy-pasting!! Call the presses! So this has been a pretty shitty week, huh? Convenient that I had a whole comic about retaining the hope to fight against impressive (and oppressive) forces already scripted. I hope you all make it through Continue reading Kong Tower #85: A Call to Super-Strong Arms
Ah, Kryptonite. You silly, silly plot device you. If that Nazi looks at all familiar, when I realized this comic (which I’d already scripted out) was coming out on Election day, I couldn’t resist. Everybody get out there and VOTE! Speaking of which, Vote for Kong Tower to see comic Continue reading Kong Tower #84: Paper Beats Rock, Rock Beats Superhero
Aside from the Age of Ultron one where it was for the date of the DVD release, this is the first comic where I’ve actually seen the movie at the time when it goes up, if only by a couple hours. It was REALLY good, guys. Definitely worth seeing in Continue reading Kong Tower #83: Mr. Dr. Weird Stuff Going On
So yeah, those are the two main different types of superpowers in this world. Basically it’s the difference between Mutants and Mutates as described here, except the Mutants always have powers that don’t break the laws of physics in really obvious ways. That’s enough text-heavy world-building for now. Vote to see Continue reading Kong Tower #82: Professor Exposition II
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus is a staple of modern literature, a prime example of Gothic Horror, the precursor to Science Fiction as a genre, and frequent assigned reading. Many know it by the horribly inaccurate movies. These people would be surprised by many aspects of the novel itself. Continue reading The Most Tragically Underused Character in Literature
A directory of the short fiction I’ve published here on this site. Please feel free to look around Live Prey A serialized fiction about the the nature of Vampires and those who Hunt them, told from the perspective of Aaron, a young man who is neither human nor vampire, but Continue reading Stories
It had already been the longest I had spent in my father’s home in many years. I had visited Geneva only briefly, never more than a month at a time, through all the Napoleonic wars, and my travels afterward. They had begun so soon after my brother, my last relative, Continue reading Ernest Frankenstein