Date Published
April 2015

Available
Digital

Enrica Jang

Writer

Enrica is the founder and editor-in-chief at Red Stylo Media. She is editor of The Poe Twisted Anthology, Shakespeare Shaken, and Unfashioned Creatures, a Frankenstein Anthology. Her comics writing credits include Azteca, a comic series and motion comic, The House of Montresor an original graphic novel, and a sequel to Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado.” Her screenplay The Freshmen was made into a short film, Frienemies, winner of a CINE Golden Eagle in 2011. Follow her at EnricaJang.com, or on Twitter @enricajang.

Sara King

We Are the Champions

Color


Lora Innes

It’s Late

Artist

From the Tumblr of Joe Botsch: “My name is Joe, and I like to make stuff. Most of the stuff I make, I make with pens, ink, and markers. A lot of it has superheroes and stuff in it, but some of it doesn’t. I graduated from the Art Institute of Boston in 2009. I live in Brighton with my girlfriend, my pals, and my cat.” See his work at botsched.tumblr.com

Robert Grove

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Dangerous Curves

Artist

Rahb is alive and well, he can be found at RahbGee.com

James McGee

Assistant Editor

James McGee has loved stories all his life, and has wanted to tell them since he was in the 8th grade. His work has been featured in Shakespeare Shaken, Super Flash Fiction, and Fireside. James lives in West Virginia with his wife, Laura, and an ever-growing army of cats.

Mark Mullaney

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Crazy Little Somebody To Love

Assistant Editor, Artist

Mark Mullaney is an Emmy-nominated animator and artist from Boston, Massachussetts. See more of his work at landofthedisinterested.tumblr.com.

Kelly Williams

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Mechabots: Princes of the Universe

Artist

Drawing comics most of his life, Kelly Williams, through hard work and determination, has managed to stay mostly under the radar and unheard of. Having contributed to numerous anthologies over the years from publishers like Grayhaven and Alterna, as well as a growing stack of pinups for various comics, this rather short guy stays pretty busy. After contributing art for a couple installments of Caryn A. Tate’s fantastic western comic series, Red Plains(part of the TopShelf’s 2.0 web comics collection), and losing his day job due to company buy outs and what he can only describe as something to do with androids posing as raccoons, Kelly rose from the ashes and said “I should probably draw more comics”. And so it was. 2014 will see the release of two graphic novels drawn by Kelly. The Cabinet, written by Christian Sager, (a historical fiction horror story set primarily in the Arctic) and Metaphase, written by Chip Reece, (the story of a boy with Down Syndrome who is trying to live up to his super hero father). Also there will be more anthologies contributions and the semi-weekly web comic EGO TRIPP with Ross Thibodeax (sundaystrips.com/ego-tripp/). A busy year, some might say. You can find Kelly and get updates and new ramblings at treebeerdstuff.com and facebook.com/KellyWilliamsComics. On the twitters : @treebeerd

 

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Angel With a Bullet

ANGEL WITH A BULLET is a collection of one-shot comic stories, each inspired by a song from American music legend, Tom Waits. Stories by: Enrica Jang #1 Angel with a Bullet inspired by “Romeo is Bleeding” Gut-shot and betrayed, undercover narco Agent Angelo Carlos has one last chance to make his case. 10 pages, full color Art: Robert Grove; Colors: Sara King; Letters: Erica Schultz #2 Will I See You Tonight? inspired by “Downtown Train” Stevie is a New York street-performer with big dreams, singing for her supper in the subway. But dreams don’t always come true in the dirty underground. 12 pages, full color Art and Letters: Lora Innes; Colors: Mark Mullaney #3 YOLO inspired by “Tango ’til They’re Sore” Meet Artie: undertaker by day, “Dead Man Beauchamp”, pachuco player, by night. There’s a jazz club under new management in New Orleans, and Artie will do just about anything to get in. 16 pages, full color Art: Kelly Williams, Letters: Erica Schultz #4 Hold On inspired by the song of the same name It’s hard to hold on when everyone leaves. For Trina, holding on means letting go. Art: Kelly Williams

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