“How was your trip, honey?” He loves his life, he loves his wife, he loves his car. But a man’s got to make a living. And what was supposed to be just another boring business convention turns into, shall we say, something more when he meets a speedy little lady in red.

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What happens in the hot rod stays there in “Dangerous Curves”, a silent comic short by Dave Foland; art by Robert Grove; color by Sara King! Inspired by the Queen song “I’m In Love with My Car”, this is the tenth story in KILLER QUEEN, A COMIC ANTHOLOGY. This comic is included in our printed collection trade paperback. The digital version is also available to download right now in our online store and features more Queen-inspired BONUS ART from artist Theresa Bramblett!

Dave Foland

Dave Foland is a writer and cartoonist working out of Raleigh, NC. His written works include Pizzula (an illustrated manuscript about a vampire pizza) and the upcoming Mac Krill: Shrimp Detective. He also writes and illustrates his own comics about some ennui stricken layabouts called Feelings Couch. Sometimes he draws animals with human hands. It’s all pretty cool.

rahb gee

Robert Grove a.k.a. Rahb Gee is alive and well, he can be found at

(Editor’s note: Rahb is a man of few words, but you can also check out another story by him, “Angel With a Bullet” right here.)

KillerQueenstrokes and stuff

A tribute to the greatest band in Rock-n-Royalty, KILLER QUEEN features twenty-seven works from over forty artists and writers, challenged to rock out to their favorite Queen track and use it as inspiration for an original short comic or vignette. Edited by Enrica Jang. Download this story now, or pre-order the print edition in our online store. You can also subscribe to Red Stylo and receive all the stories and special features on Patreon!

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