Tales from the Crypt and the EC comics horror trilogy
After agonizing over what to add next (none of the comics we had on hand really excited us) we came into possession of some EC Comics classics, the big 3 horror series (more…)
Slow Death funnies is here!
At last, the blessed embrace of Slow Death! Great comic, illustrated by the likes of Crumb, Wood and a band of regulars. The downside is the comic was conceived as a eco-nut warning to kids and adults about the horrors mankind was doing to the planet. Yes, all that crap started back in the ’70s and despite the fact that none of the doomsayers predictions comes true they are still at it.
Hot Stuf is here
All 8 issues of the sci-fi/fantasy comic Hot Stuf. Posted fairly painlessly, only 8 big (52-60 pages) issues and info, content, artist and synopsis was not hard to find. Great comic, enjoy!
Jay Naylor’s furry menagerie joins our comics section
The sex-filled antics of “funny animals”, which , ifyou don’t know the term, are animals who wlak and talk and dress and drive and live and love and fuck like people. Omaha the Cat Dancer was always titled with “funny animals” in the description.
Finally, Death Rattle
Death Rattle, great horror and sci-fi comic, finally all 26 issues up, notated and credited. For some reason, this one took forever, probably because we couldn’t find a good source of info and had to pull contents from one site, credits and dates from another and transcribe all the notes from the inside covers, plus make all the slides.
Omaha the Cat Dancer comics added
The complete 24 original issues of Omaha the Cat Dancer, a “funny animal” soap opera with plenty of furry sex going on, by artist Reed Waller and writer Kate Worley, now posted. I’ve had these since the ’80s (some of them) and added to the collection over the ‘net in the ’90s and just getting around to posting them. Also 2 issues of Images of Omaha, which were tributes drawn by many comic artists as a benefit for Keen, the artist for Omaha, who had contracted bowel cancer at the time. Ironically, cancer would claim the writer of the series, Kate Worley, leaving the main story unresolved, but her husband stepped in and edited and added to her notes and I guess they finally did tie up all the loose ends.