New story arc for anti-apocalypse tale CANNIBAL coming this May



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The second story arc kicks off with issue #5

PORTLAND, OR, 03/28/2017 — New York Times bestselling writer Brian Buccellato (SONS OF THE DEVIL, The Flash, Injustice), co-writer Jennifer Young, and artist Matías Bergara (Sons of Anarchy) will dive into a new story arc in their ongoing southern-fried horror series CANNIBAL this May. Continue reading “New story arc for anti-apocalypse tale CANNIBAL coming this May”

Self-Appointed Internet Police – C U Next Tuesday

In this week’s podcast, I send lots of thanks for comments, give details about Amazon’s Fangtastic Uninvited Giveaway 2 and specifically talk about censorship in the form of Self-Appointed Internet Police. Listen here!


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Why People Hide Their Mental Health Illness


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Lots of people hide. You’ve got Clark Kent living a lie, Bruce Wayne hides a significant portion of his life. Then there is Mr. Fantastic or Reed Richards, as he is known to some. And lets not forget about Peter Parker (Spiderman) and Wade Wilson (Deadpool). Ok, so not that I would ever want to compare myself with a superhero* or anything but I am also hiding something.

Sorry to disappoint, this is no grand reveal – I have no superpowers*. In fact, there are times when I can’t even do ‘normal’ things, let alone ‘super’ things. That is because I have a mental illness, or maybe even illnesses. I hear voices, I have anxiety, I get depressed and I have huge periods of mania.

But why would you hide this Mindfump!? Surely society would want to care for you?

And of…

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Critics Love Geek-Girl

When ‘Little Miss Popular’ Ruby Kaye lands a pair of super-tech glasses (invented by brainiac college geek Trevor Goldstein) in a game of Strip Poker, she’s granted flight, super-strength, and – due to a flaw in the glasses’ programming – super-klutziness! And this is just the beginning of the changes the glasses will wreak on Ruby…

Praise for Geek-Girl:

“A brilliant premise, an interesting character, and intriguing prospects for the future.” -Chris Orr, Dress Like The Hulk.

“A great series to get into if you’re looking for something super-hero related but original and interesting in its own right.” -Jay Brown, Comic Sleuth.

“This book is every geek guy’s fantasy come true!” -Mark L. Miller, Ain’t It Cool News.

“Geek-Girl puts the human back in super-human.” -Wayne Hall, Major Spoilers.

“A charming debut, the dialogue displays a witty back and forth that would make Kevin Smith proud.” -Kris Bather, Broken Frontier.

Geek-Girl #1-#4 are Out Now and you can Preview them here: