Anne has lived too long without a face, and he is determined to get one not matter what. Working in the criminal underworld as a cyborg for hire, he has the tools and opportunities to take a face, he just needs the right match. But the trouble begins once he actually finds one. Come enjoyContinue reading “Presenting: The Opaque Mirror of Your Face”
Sometimes break ups can lead us to do strange things. For Hopper, that means building a makeshift super suit to take on small crime in New York. But once he witnesses a murder, he find that The Suit may not be enough. Come enjoy The Suit, by Jeff Hewitt.
Max uproots herself from the midwest to go try to make a difference at MIT’s Future’s Lab. Her experience in affordable housing lends itself to many novel solutions, even if the corporations don’t like them. While feeling down, Max discovers that Punk’s Still a Thing, and that is what she needs to take on theContinue reading “Presenting: Punk’s Still A Thing”
This week Katlina Sommerburg takes us on a disgusting run through a high tech future where corporations own more than your work. One person fights to reclaim some of their life while telling all around them to Go Fix Yourself. Heed the content warnings on this one. Things get intense.
Back in June, Gustavo Bondoni introduced us to the steampunk adventures of Edwards and Francois, but left us wondering where the Moo Tube went. Now we will finally see what is at the end of the tube. Come enjoy the adventure as our heroes try to apprehend the cattle thieves in Dust Rabbits.
Kovak knows he is more than just another cog in the machine of The Foundry, but Mother tries to make sure that he stays in his place. This piece makes us think about how our work life fits in to our real life, and what we would do to find meaning. Author Matt Bliss callsContinue reading “Presenting: A Place for Broken Parts”
Tonight, the wind blows off the Baltic, slathering the streets in the putrescent perfume of decay. The hemoglobin run-off congeals in rainbow swirls like oily lily pads atop the sea. All my kin, slaughtered and reduced to stains on concrete. Our memories seep from the bedrock, fingers groping at the humans who paved over their genocide, thinking we were gone.
The government has developed a new method of hacking people’s brains so that all of their memories are laid bare, and their first use will be on Johnny Crucifix. Johnny’s gang doesn’t want that info in the world, so they are hellbent to stop it at all costs. Come enjoy Hunting Warbirds by Ken McGrath.
A legendary punk band turns out to be more legendary than people think. Come enjoy a mythpunk romp through an underground music venue to see a band of mythical proportions in Birds of a Feather by Mike Douton.
A clockwork assassin is on a mission to take out the captain of some sky pirates who have been stealing refined soul energy. Come see the explosive short comic that introduces the character of Kyra from the upcoming graphic novel Sentience by Russell, Rivera, and Leyson.