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Coming soon--


I've got a new story coming out in an anthology this summer and it needs your help with our indie-go-go campaign: 

The book is called Monstrosity-- and it's inspired by all things Ooga Booga: " Monstrosity is a monster movie lovers dream. Godzilla vs. King Kong. Giant robots smashing through cities, Jason and the Argonauts battling sword and shield wielding skeletons.Those were the types of movies that fueled a love affair with monsters that provided the creative fuel that led to the creation of this graphic novel anthology, Monstrosity!"  

My story is called Hungry—and it's about a group of Bay street traders who own themselves a Wendigo-- a monster that X-Men readers might be familiar with, but I think we bring a whole new twist on it. The Wendigos are Native-American spirits of greed that are man-eaters, but there's also the idea that anyone lost in the woods who resorts to cannibalism can become one themselves. It's drawn by the amazingly talented Martin MacIntosh, who really shows his range with both comedy, and straight-up horror with his creature design. I think you'll find something really original here and with any luck be surprised right up until the end.

So help us out--and get yourself a book in the process! 

(There's more but seriously, these are the one's you need.) 


Story by Ian Daffern 

Art by Martin Macintosh 

August- 2013 - Fan Expo 

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