(PG; Superhero) Agent K tries to stop an army of alien killer robots from conquering Earth. Can our high-heeled heroine save the day with color dots and a good right cross? In the Silver Age Zone, anything's possible. Read Now.
The World's Slowest Foot Chase
(R; Slice of Life) One crippled old man chases another, each screaming deadly threats like a Tourette syndrome procession. Just another day in Inman Square. Read Now.
Bottle of Red
(PG; Historical Romance/Crime) On a cold December night in 1945, a young couple witness Michael Corleone murder a rival gangster and corrupt policeman. Read Now.
(G; Fan Art) In probably the most over-worked page in fan art history, I recreate a Paradigm Shift page with traditional media and full color. Read Now.
(G; Fiction) A young snowflake tells the story of his first blizzard. Read Now.
(R; Horror/Crime/Social Commentary) In this supernatural revenge thriller, our protagonist CPA seeks revenge on the bank robbers who murdered him. Read Now.
Dead the the Pool
(R; Action/Psychological Drama/Sexual Content) Our hero dies, then parties in Purgatory with bondage models. Why return to the living? Read Now.
(G; Fiction) Children based on classic science fiction film heroes try stopping an equally famous monster from trashing the city. Read Now.
Zip's Last Day
(R; Crime/Horror) A corrupt FBI agent arrives in Boston to solve what looks like a murder mystery. As he tracks down clues, the case evolves into something much more bizarre. Read Now.
Window of Opportunity
(NC-17; Raunchy Satire) Betsy and Veronika visit their first big city, all-women's health club. Those icky men folk, however, are closer than they think. Read Now.
The Null Device
(PG; SciFi/Action/Dreamscape) A lone agent must transmit data into enemy territory, fight an army, rescue a damsel in distress and save the world. Read Now.
(R; Pseudo-Biography) 40-something Karen Tash shares a story from her wonder years as a high school student 1976. Her idiot boyfriend, however, had a mouth that got him into trouble. Read Now.
Six-Year-Old Horse Thief
(G; Childhood Memory) Operating under the influence of sugar and cowboy movies, I tried to steal a horse from the Catskill Game Farm. Read Now.
(R; Action/Social Satire) "The Prodigal Son" story, as told by ancient NYNEX commercials, if they used a different set of brothers. Read Now.
(G; Fiction) A young lady watching the sunrise on her tenement roof, while her dinner guests still party down; it's really their damn party. Read Now.
Lucky Seven: The Dee Brown Incident
(PG; Boston History/Drama) In 1990 a black resident and Celtics rookie got detained by police who concluded without much evidence that he had robbed a bank. Read Now.
Here I Am
(PG; Drama) Alone on an urban rooftop, our protagonist decides to end his life of fulfilling every else's expectations. Read Now.
Ladybat and the Fanboy in “Tool Talk”
(PG; Fiction) A delusional fanboy and beautiful superheroine hang out in a Krazy Kat landscape. Read Now.
Twilight’s Last Gleaming
(R; Scifi/Action) Blade kills everone on Twilight. Actors, writers, caterers...everyone. A sparkling franchise meets its truly bloody end. Read Now.
Earth Girls R’nt Easy
(PG; Romance Comedy) How did this sci-fi/slasher movie fanboy's blind date go so horribly wrong? Ask his mint-condition action figures. Read Now.
The Million Dollar Debut of Batgirl
(G; Superhero) Gotham librarian Barbara Gordon finishes her costume just in time for the masquerade ball. Read Now.
(R; Violent Humor) All our unnamed hero wants to do is get through his morning routine in peace. Little does he know today would be his last …again. Read Now.
(PG; Literature/Social Commentary) Comics adaptation of a short story by Frank Kafka. A child runs across a bridge of silent authority. Read Now.
(PG; Superhero) Agent K tries to stop an army of alien killer robots from conquering Earth. Can our high-heeled heroine save the day with color dots and a good right cross? In the Silver Age Zone, anything's possible.
Project Page: Dot’s All Folks! Online development journal for "Dots All Folks!", my action-packed analysis of modern and classic American superhero comics. The page organization will probably get worse as the content grows, so check it out NOW before it gets unreadable!