Haunted by visions of his own ghost after a near(?) death experience, a troubled young man is convinced he needs to eat people to survive.
Story by Shad Clark. Art by Mattias Häggström.
Leonard begins the story as an underachieving stoner still carrying the torch for the beautiful girl-next-door, only to learn that she and his older brother have grown closer while away at college. But after a routine drug pickup goes sideways, resulting in a bite from an unidentified goth kid, Leonard suffers an aneurysm and "dies" in the hospital. As he recovers in the dark of the windowless basement, he finds himself haunted by his own ghost–a doppelganger that calls dibs on the house. Convinced by his ghost that he’s risen from the dead as a flesh-eating ghoul, Leonard strives to stave off his carnivorous cravings, only to embark on a crime spree that starts with ripping off his drug dealer and quickly escalates to murder and amateur cannibalism. In the end, Leonard struggles to see others–including his long-time crush–as anything more than meat.
Think DONNIE DARKO meets HANNIBAL, with the title character being equal parts Norman Bates and Jesse Pinkman.
THE LIVING DEATH OF LEONARD FISK is intended to be the first installment in THE CANNIBAL UNDERGROUND.
In a world hurtling towards an increasingly uncertain future, a young woman must fight against the sects intent on controlling countless lives–and redefining life itself.
Story by Shad Clark. Art by Christian DiBari.
After her body changes in ways puberty can't explain, Lorelei Wilde discovers she's not only different–but more than human. When her evolutionary abilities are exposed, she's forced to flee into a rapidly changing world. Her odyssey takes her from the walled compound of a doomsday cult, to a privatized internment camp for the no-longer-human, and finally to an infectious disease research center cloaked in secrecy. There, she encounters Dr. Armin Mann, the architect of the mutagenic virus evolving people around the globe into a new species. Mann claims Lorelei was "stolen" from him when she was a baby–but only after his experiments rendered her fittest for survival in the imminent post-human frontier. Reunited with his test subject, Mann intends to continue remapping the future. But, Lorelei has other ideas.
Think THE YEAR OF THE FLOOD meets THE LAST OF US.
In this children's story for mature readers, a piglet born with human hands and feet is spared the fate of all the other cloned piglets in an industrialized supply line of universal organ donors. He's raised instead as a human child on a remote country estate. There his life seems idyllic until he discovers one day what he was meant to be–a revelation that sets him on a journey in search of his mother's heart.
"Every Friday is Good Friday!" at the Christian Family’s® Great American Holy Land®. Each week, the faithful flock for miles to witness the crucifixion of a life-like android Jesus. But when the star attraction becomes self-aware, the park's celebrity founders believe they've inadvertently commissioned the creation of the Anti-Christ.