Horror City issue #1 includes 3x eerie stories. "THE CURIOUS CASE OF BECKY THE BUTTON KILLER": As the name might hint the story is a black humor parody of Fitzgerald’s "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button". Father O’Flanaghan is about to visit one of the dead row convicts inside a federal maximum security jail who’s about to be executed that very night. As O’Flanaghan... [click here for more]
This anthology collects space-themed science fiction stories written by Marta Tanrikulu and illustrated by various artists. Set on near and far worlds, the stories include "The Long Sleep," "Lost Property," "Across the Void," "The Artifacts of Danubis Four" and "First Contact." ... [click here for more]
This anthology collects steampunk-inspired stories written by Marta Tanrikulu and illustrated by various artists. Set in Victorian and alternate worlds, the stories include "Traveller Seeks Gainful Employ," "Under the Golden Horn," "The Collector," "The Jade Blade Carves a Niche," "Higher Ground," "Son of Two Empires, "The Cabaret Band,"... [click here for more]
A team of American and International comic artists and writers has been brought together to create, Horror City, a unique horror anthology loaded with terror, black humor and twist endings. All the stories take place in the fictional “Payne City” a place where anything can happen and in which many of its deranged citizens are without a doubt, the worst kind of monsters. For fans of the... [click here for more]
The year is 1999 and there is a battle going on in the city of Chicago. Frank has in his possession, a classic watch to control his life-time. His motives are not known, nor do we know the motives of the other side, the drifters.
In this first issue of Life-Time, it is time to start the Time Machine Sci-fi, that is not about favoring anybody and to entertain none. This is... [click here for more]
After setting the terrain in Life-Time Issue 1: the Big Bang, Frank is Back in Issue 2: Inflation.
Frank is taking the battle to the drifters. Following him, is Mariah, his apprentice who volunteers to back him up in his fight against time drifting goons called “Drifters”. From the daisy French streets in 1860 to the cold concentration camps of Germany in 1945 and again to the belated... [click here for more]