Monthly Archives September 2019

Kickstarter Spotlight – Demons in the Darkness

Note – I am the writer of Demons in the Darkness

Demons in the Darkness –
Writer: David Doub
Art: Dominic Racho
Letters: Daniel Chan

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/demonsinthedarkness/demons-in-the-darkness

The core focus of Demons in the Darkness is about bullying.  When I was a kid, I moved around a lot and I was awkward and nerdy.  Combine those things, and I stuck out like a sore thumb.  I was different and the other kids didn’t know what to do with me, so they teased me, they bullied me.  It only got worse as I got older.

This article though isn’t to dwell on the negative, to wallow in self-pity.  This about what I did to turn those negatives into a positive.  I made a comic about all those experiences and feelings...

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Batman Ninja

T’was the night before GenCon,
And all through the halls,
Many people were stirring, because the setup was still happening and 70,000 people would be descending on the Indianapolis Convention Center in the morning and stuff wasn’t done yet.

(Hey, when I started writing this I’d just gotten back from a 3-day drive and was back on the road a day later. If you want poetry you’re in the wrong place.)

Anywhoo, there I was chatting with people and the setup crew was working away, coordinating 2 lifts to put up this giant 20′ x 30′ banner. They were having some technical difficulties, so we had sort of stopped to watch. What was on this giant banner, you may wonder? Well my rambling usually brings us to a point, so the banner was for Batman Ninja.

Eventually, I made it around to Bush...

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Battlepug #1

Battlepug, the hit web comic comes to print.

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Blade Runner 2019 #2

Written by: Michael Green & Mike Johnson

Art by: Andres Guinaldo

Colors by: Marco Lesko

Letters by: Jim Cambell

Edited by: David Leach

SYNOPSIS: Early in the 21st Century, the TYRELL CORPORATION advanced robot evolution to the NEXUS phase – creating artificial beings virtually identical to humans – known as REPLICANTS.

Superior in strength and agility, the Replicants functioned primarily as Off-world slave labor or in hazardous, high-collateral combat situations.

After replicants were declared illegal on Earth, special police operatives – called BLADE RUNNERS – had orders to kill or ‘RETIRE’ any trespassers upon detection.

Detective AAHNA ASHINA of the Los Angeles Police Department was one of the first to qualify for the assignment.

Her colleagues called her ASH.

She was the ...

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