(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.
Dave at New York ComicCon 2014 Got enlisted to Gaspar's Posse, got free lettering help from Tom Orzechowski and Chris Eliopoulos, and sold a few "Inky Stories" while squatting a con table.
Your Hero at Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo 2014 Last year's Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo (M.I.C.E.) was such a smashing success, they decided to do an even bigger version this year in Porter Square on September 24th! Support local comics scene, see the wide variety of genres and applications, visit discussion panels or pick the brains of local artists.
Inky Stories #4: Bigger and Badder The fourth issue of Inky Stories is 28 pages, standard US comics size and full color. Premiered at the 2014 Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo and New York ComicCon!
Inky Stories Mini Comic #3 The third Inky Stories mini comic is out!. This issue has the complete stories "Null Device", your comments and advertising from local arts-related companies.