My new comic is debuting at TCAF this weekend, May 14-15, at the Toronto Reference Library! (and you bet it’ll be at VanCAF too, May 21-22!) There’ll be other new stuff there too, which hopefully I’ll remember to post about during the ‘caf weeks’ – or follow the Weald Tumblr to stay up to date!
During the Viking Age, various types of trolls lived alongside humans – and one troll tracker knows all about them (maybe). This comic-guidebook-of-sorts provides a look into the world of trolls, from the powerful Jötnar, to the stubborn Gildigífr, to the foul, foul Brunnmigi. Just remember to read all the presented information with a grain of salt – after all, this is ‘An Incomplete and Likely Inaccurate Bestiarum Vocambulum About Trolls According to Totra Þórgríma Hrímhildrsdóttir, Otherwise Known as Tatterhood’.
As I continue on working on stuff for Creative Ink and TCAF and VanCAF (which everybody should attend in May if they are in BC or Ontario) I’ve uploaded Bite to Weald Comics for your viewing pleasure! (It’s another short horror comic – this one inspired by those “horrible teeth dreams.”)
…it would appear I only make posts when cons come around…
This weekend, it’s VanCAF! Everyone should come out – it’s free, it’s fun, it’s filled with comic-goodness! I’ll have copies of Weald and Nameless, along with The Corpse Door (Version 3 – you can read an animated version of it online), Fears Still Festering (a compilation of short tales, including those published in Pulp Literature), and free Face Kitten mini-mini-comics! It’ll also be the launch of Mega Fauna, an all-age comic anthology by Cloudscape Comics (I have a goat comic in there. Of course it’s goats). Check it out this Sat and Sun at 181 Roundhouse Mews in Vancouver.