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Monsterkind Kickstarter

Fans of Monsterkind rejoice!

Earlier this month, comic creator Taylor C. launched a Kickstarter campaign for her webcomic Monsterkind, a story about monsters and humans living in a world rife with social injustice. In mere days, the campaign met it’s goal, but it’s not too late to contribute, reach some stretch goals, and snag your own copy of this wonderful comic as well as the backer rewards that go with it.

Monsterkind Book One will collect the prologue and first chapter of the comic and will include bonus material such as concept art and special guest comics from Taylor’s fellow comic creators.

There’s less than a week left, so don’t miss out!

This way to the campaign!


Halloweek – False Positive Season 2

Do you want to know the terrible thing about fear? Even when you think you’ve gotten over it, when you think you’ve gotten rid of it for good, it always comes back.

Or more accurately, it never left…

And neither did we.

False Positive (Season 2)

2012-11-04

This comic is NOT appropriate for young children due to violence, gore, and occasional adult themes.

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Halloweek – Nimona

EDITOR’S NOTE; most of Nimona has been taken down and can only be read in physical book form. However, the first three chapters are still available to read online.

It’s officially the week of Halloween! So, what shall we dress up as this year?

A knight? A supervillain? A cyborg? How about a shark?

Oh, I know! Why not all of them.. at once!?

This is Nimona.

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Beefpaper

Hello, readers! Happy Halloween Month!

It’s been a while, so I thought I’d break the ice with a joke. OK, here goes.

Knock knock.

You (presumably): “Who’s there?”

And I answer “Death!”

I was going to make the punchline “The IRS” but that might’ve been too terrifying.

Anyways, this is Beefpaper.

3rd-July-2013

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Monstrous Mayhem: Monster Pulse

I am so sorry this is so late. I am such a terrible, irresponsible blogger.

Kids love dinosaurs. They love Godzilla and giant robots and space aliens. If they’re like me, they grow up on franchises like Pokemon, Digimon, and Monster Rancher. They draw fierce creatures and imagine them locked in epic battles for Justice, for the world, for sheer unadulterated awesomeness.

Kids, in short, love monsters. But what happens when a kid actually gets a monster of their own, one that they have to hide and care for on top of all the usual drama that comes with being a kid? What if that monster is literally a part of them?

This is Monster Pulse, by Magnolia Porter.

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