Fervor – Free Online Comic

Fervor by Sean DietrichClick to Read Online

Written & Drawn by Sean Dietrich • Lettered by Jay La Valley•Cover Colored by Mike Garcia

When a 500 pound girl’s daydreams of being thin turn obsessive, she uses real life atrocities against over confident business men for fuel; imagining herself as a thin, attractive, coke addicted call girl who picks up those same people and murders them in their beds.

Reviews:
“…the true star here is Dietrich’s edgy, hyperactive art; he does a terrific job of selling the nasty reality of each moment in this woman’s life, and you believe in it as you pore through each page.”
- By Marc Nathon (MoviePoopShoot.com)

“The art contains an intriguing mix of elegant beauty and misshapen horror that reminded me of a Tool video if directed by Tim Burton…Simply put, if there is a book on the market that is as visually compelling in a twisted sense, I have yet to see it.”
- By Kert McAfee (Brokenfrontier.com)

“It’s dark, eerie, and grotesque when it needs to be. You really do feel like you’re immersed in another world entirely, a dark and revealing one.”
- Andrea Speed, Comixtreme.com

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August 31, 2010 Posted Under: Free Comics   Read More

Apologizes

I wanted to apologize for the lack of updates the last few months, I’ve been quite busy with work as I’ve inking a book for Penny Farthing Press and doing some work for Hasbro.

Plus, along with my friend and Rorschach creator Brian Meredith, we’ve launched a new comic book convention in the Seattle, WA area as a compliment to the much larger Emerald City ComiCon that we’re both also involved with. So I’m proud to announce in a little less than a month, we’ll be launching our inaugural Jet Cit Comic Show on September 25, 2010 at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall.

But I’m back on track with releasing the books online. On September 1st, make sure to stop back by and read Sean Dietrich’s Fervor in its entirety (no more daily updates, its all or nothing around here).

I wanted to apologize for the lack of updates the last few months, I’ve been quite busy with work as I’ve inking a book for Penny Farthing Press and doing some work for Hasbro.

Plus, along with my friend and Rorschach creator Brian Meredith, we’ve launched a new comic book convention in the Seattle, WA area as a compliment to the much larger Emerald City ComiCon that we’re both also involved with. So I’m proud to announce in a little less than a month, we’ll be launching our inaugural Jet Cit Comic Show on September 25, 2010 at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall.

But I’m back on track with releasing the books online. On September 1st, make sure to stop back by and read Sean Dietrich’s Fervor in its entirety (no more daily updates, its all or nothing around here).

August 29, 2010 Posted Under: blog, News   Read More

Lucifer Fawkes: Blood Flow – Free Online Comic

Click to Read Online – Starting May 1, 2010 with New Pages Posted Daily (Monday-Friday)

Written by C. William Russette • Art by Ryan Sergeant • Cover by Shane White
Lucifer Fawkes, Keeper of the Realm, hates games.

Demons and their ilk thrive on them. Man is little more than sport. Those that stand between man and demon; the ghouls and werewolves, children of demons and meta-nature, lust for patricide.

Dr. Moses Fowler, man-made ghoul and genius, strikes a bargain with the brother of the former Werewolf king – Abraham Thorpe. They set plans in motion that pit Lucifer Fawkes quest for exorcism and Mr. Gooseberry’s perversions on a collision course ending with red, wet results.

Reviews:
“Lucifer Fawkes is a highly satisfying read. It looks great, the writing is direct and effective and the production is professional.”
- Darren Schroeder, www.comicbulletin.com

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May 31, 2010 Posted Under: blog, Free Comics   Read More

Interview from Emerald City ComiCon

Tales from the Parents Basement (www.talesfromtheparentsbasement.com) has posted an interview with my your fearless and odd publisher (or is it leader).

Here’s the link to that particular interview:
http://talesfromtheparentsbasement.com/?p=390

Its also available for free on iTunes.

Big thanks to their crew for finding us!

April 9, 2010 Posted Under: News   Read More

Memories of Paradise – Free Online Comic

Memories of Paradise Cover Art by Gary KatoClick to Read Online – Starting April 1st, 2010 with New Pages Posted Daily (Monday-Friday)

Story and Art by Gary Kato

When we follow the vision of our dreams, when we seek out the deepest desires of our hearts, the world is forever changed.

Interplanetary archaeologist, Anna Reuelen, encounters a painting of such extraordinary spiritual power that she’s driven to seek out the artist. Here search leads her across the galaxy

…to a barren world

…to mysterious alien artifacts

…and to a confrontation of planet-shaping consequences.
Reviews:
“…as a whole this is a most intriguing read and a treat for science fiction fans.”
- Darren Schroeder, comicsbulletin.com

“An intelligent science fiction story”
- Steven Grant, CBR.com

“It is a satisfying story, well worth you time.”
- David LeBlanc, CBEM #502

March 31, 2010 Posted Under: Free Comics   Read More

Lucifer Fawkes: Orcus Ex Machina – Free Online Comic

Click to Read Online – Starting March 1, 2010 with New Pages Posted Daily (Monday-Friday)
Written by Ulf Imwiehe • Art by Ryan Sergeant • Cover Art by Brett Weldele
666 hostages trapped inside their splendid home. An unholy sacrifice in the making. And the bomb is ticking…

A haven only to the wealthiest of the Cosmopolis’ upper crust, Fable Towers marks the evolutionary peak of architecture and computer technology. Erect in the center of the city, this palatial, skyscraping Beacon of Tomorrow is inhabited by an exclusive elite of a few hundred people whose well-beings and whims are all catered to by ENV 12 (Enhanced Native Vigil-System 12) – the most advanced computer system outside space and military programs.

ENV 12 is a landmark in Artificial Intelligence.

ENV 12 is a Gate to Hell.

Can Lucifer Fawkes outrace the clock as he fights to prevent a demonic force from tearing down the very walls of reality? Find out in this high-octane Modern Pulp Tale of Techno-Horror, Shamanism and all-out Action!

Reviews:
“Like the rest of this book, it left me begging for more! Lucifer Fawkes is a character I want to see on the shelf on a regular, monthly basis!”
- Heath Shelby, TheComicFanatic.com

“Lucifer Fawkes is a highly satisfying read. It looks great, the writing is direct and effective and the production is professional.”
- Darren Schroeder, SilverBulletComics.com

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March 1, 2010 Posted Under: Free Comics   Read More

Fresh Look

Decided to give the front page a fresh new look. I’ll be tweaking it on a regular basis.

Starting on Monday will be the Lucifer Fawkes comic, posted daily Monday through Friday, until the end of the month. Great comic if you enjoy the supernatural and horror, kind of a Doctor Strange meets Batman type… plus there’s some techno-zombies involved in this story. More will be posted on Monday.

I also decided to start blogging about tips on websites and running webcomics. I may be new to web comics but I’ve been in the design/marketing business for 10+ years and have experience in advertising, seo and all the fun crap.

February 27, 2010 Posted Under: blog   Read More

See Us at Emerald City ComiCon

Just wanted to let everyone know that we’ll be attending the Emerald City ComiCon, March 13-14 in Seattle, WA.  It’s our hometown show so make sure to stop by and say hi.

Sean Dietrich (Industriacide, Fervor, Mess), James Taylor (Publisher), Amy Riddle (Dallas McCoy) and Brian Meredith (Sprecken, Lucifer Fawkes & Dallas McCoy) will all be on hand.

February 9, 2010 Posted Under: blog   Read More

Mess – Free Online Comic

Click to Read Online – Starting February, 2010 with New Pages Posted Daily (Monday-Friday)
Story & Art by Sean Dietrich • Lettered by Coleen Allen
Vincent is a dumpster baby born of a mentally challenged woman and a pill popping orderly.  Besides this and the fact that he’s physically deformed with 4 foot long arms and 1 foot long legs, he’s the best bar piano player/tv commercial jingle singer out there.  After 25 years of playing piano at the same bar her leaves for home on what he thinks is a typical night.  Shots ring out–that land Vincent in the hospital–and so does the realization that he’s never had his own audience to hear his songs–the bar he plays at hides him behind a curtain because of his deformities.  His only comfort lies within the whiskey bottle and conversations with a beautiful waitress who gives him the shoulder to lean on.  With the help of the detective that found him in the trash so many years ago, he sets out to fake his own death in order to achieve success.

Reviews:
“4 out of 5 stars! You have not seen anything like this before.”
- Richard Vasseur, JazmaOnline.com

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January 27, 2010 Posted Under: Free Comics   Read More

Dallas McCoy: Starstruck – Free Online Comic

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Written by Brian Meredith and Amy Riddle • Illustrated by Sidney Lima • Cover art by Craig Rousseau

As a bodyguard for one of the best security companies in the world, Dallas is used to putting her life on the line for billionaires, politicians, and even royalty. There’s no job too dangerous for someone of her abilities. But, in Star struck, she is put to the ultimate test, as she is hired out on her worst assignment yet: to protect a popstar brat from a rabid stalker.

Review:
“…any fan of pulp style mystery and thrillers should definitely check it out.”
Andrea Speed, Comixtreme.com

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January 27, 2010 Posted Under: Free Comics   Read More
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