I’ll rip this bandage right off: keeping up with all of my various projects while updating this comic (which is entirely written, penciled, inked, painted, and digitally lettered by Yours Truly) on a weekly basis has become unrealistic. As a result, I’m going to have to start making much more intermittent updates to Super Coven for the foreseeable future.
That’s the bad news.
The GOOD news is that I am working on a ton of amazing stuff right now on a lot of different creative fronts, and less frequent updates to Super Coven mean increased quality of work on ALL the projects I’m involved in. In terms of recurring projects:
So yes. I’m not really sure as of this writing how often Super Coven will be updated, but I can absolutely guarantee that the current story WILL be finished at some point. I really love this story arc and want to share its twists and turns with you! To see when Super Coven updates, you can always check back here OR you can follow Super Coven on Facebook and Twitter:
For more general updates on my art and writing, I recommend adding Love Train for the Tenebrous Empire to your blogroll (I still update that intermittently if something really strikes my fancy), or you can follow my micro-publishing imprint, Heretical Sexts, on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for real-time updates on what I’m involved in:
Thanks for reading and keep it weird,
So you may have noticed that there’s no new Super Coven this Monday. That’s because I’m deep in prep for co-hosting the pop culture variety show Kevin Geeks Out About Super Villains, taking place this Thursday July 30 at Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn. Hosted by Emmy-nominated comedy writer Kevin Maher, this episode of the long-running series includes weird film clips, original comics, and actual smart academic type people talking about power-mad perverts, bald villains, cartoon criminals, Satanic weirdoes, wrestling heels and more.
Watch the trailer below and click here to buy advance tickets!
KEVIN GEEKS OUT is a video variety show hosted by writer-comedian Kevin Maher – a confabulation of obscure film clips, offbeat commentary, guest experts, games and curiosities. To geek out with Kevin you don’t have to be a geek, just a pop culture-adventurer.
The latest zine from Heretical Sexts is available in the online store! Titled “Witch Women,” it contains art and essays exploring the relationship between femininity and the occult. Contents:
-“Hag Couture,” cheeky advice on fashion and ritual realness by S. Elizabeth
-“Ace of Worlds,” an encounter with the tarot by Tom Blunt
-“The Scarlet Women,” an illustrated history of erotic magic written by Heather Drain and illustrated by Tenebrous Kate
-“Darkening the Coven,” an RPG and creative writing supplement by Jack W. Shear
-Art by Dana Glover, Becky Munich, and Carisa Swenson
For a limited time, all zine orders will ship with a FREE mini-zine, so don’t delay!
If you’re in the NYC area, come out to Brooklyn Zine Fest on Sunday April 26 where I’ll be selling copies of Heretical Sexts zines, including Forever Doomed, My Dream Date with a Villain and the brand new Witch Women! The event is free, everything on the HS table is under five bucks, and a good time is prrrrretty much guaranteed. Visit the Brooklyn Zine Fest website for more details:
I’m excited to announce that my latest project is now available from Heretical Sexts. Forever Doomed is a collection of my essays and art that explore the theme of DOOM in movies, music, and literature. Most of the content has never been published before. Within these pages lurks:
-The heavy metal mid-life crisis in “Black Roses”[new essay]
-Adventures at Maryland Deathfest
-Erotic Rites of the Nazgûl [new comics]
-Dennis Wheatley: Unlikely Icon [new essay]
-Style lessons from “Curse of the Crimson Altar” [new essay]
-“Let Sleeping Corpses Lie”
In more Super-Coven-relevant news, I’m putting the final touches on a short story as well as a large-scale story that I’m pretty stoked to share with you guys. Expect new friends, new foes, and further occult shenanigans!