Comics I Read
Near-future cybernetic warfare as conducted by the ghost of Ben Franklin. Oh, and watch out for the talking koala.
Vampires are immortal, territorial predators who say 'change' in the same tone as a maiden aunt says 'knickers' and work together with the dignity and grace of a bagful of cats. But it works for them... until the food sources find out they're real...
Beowulf meets the Arabian Nights. Treatchery, swordfights, ninja princesses, bone monsters -- to call this an 'epic fantasy' is an understatement.
General Nelson will find the fate of the lost Hiawatha -- even if it means the Galaxion and her crew end up just as lost....
Agatha didn't know she was a Spark, much less the only descendant of the legendary Heterodynes. Her life just got a bad case of... SCIENCE.
A hermaphrodite alien scientist and a self-misplaced human aristocrat work together to govern the colony of Tethys, and in the process figure out what it means to be people.
When you fall out of your own world, this is where you end up: Kaspall, a city filled with unwilling immigrants and bewildered offworlders. But now someone is killing them....
As new kid in town, the last thing Max needs is a possessed baseball bat that brings him to the attention of the Activity Club, a group that might be mysterious and sinister if they weren't all so effing crazy.
Hard military sci-fi starring a company of mercenaries and their giant pile of poo. Even more fun than it sounds.
Project Skin Horse: a government agency dedicated to aiding the U.S.'s sizable population of nonhumans. Generally by chasing them down, beating them up, and then giving them paperwork.
Alternate history of junkies, prostitutes, cultists, and one runaway journalist in way over his head.
The despot is dead, but ten years later Vasgol struggles with civil war and bad magic. Who will win: those who look for a way forward... or their enemies, who seek a return to the ways of the Water Phoenix King?
Magic rests in the hands of the aristocracy. What can a band of crazy young peasants do? Well, get into a lot of trouble, for a start....
The heartwarming tale of a cute little girl, her inconveniently erudite undead killing machine, and their magical journey through a war-torn, slaver-ridden land to deal with that guy what tried to rip her da off. Wait, did I say heartwarming?
Welcome to the magical college town of Widdershins, where wizards are real wizards! Unless they get expelled over a wee curse and then accidentally become the King of Thieves. Oops.
On HiatusThe Gods of Arr-Kelaan
No Rest for the Wicked
Other Reading- Publishes her fantasy through Mundania Press and puts her SF on the web for free. It's all well worth reading.
- A collaborative, free online fiction project by such authors as Elizabeth Bear, Emma Bull, Will Shetterly, and Leah Bobet.
- Curveball's author call it a "prose comic", which is selling the story short in my opinion. Superhero comics are rarely this biting or this awesome.