Twisted Tales of Two-Fisted Justice, Issue 2, Page 4

Welcome back! This week, we’re featuring Page 4 of our flagship title Twisted Tales of Two-Fisted Justice! This one’s a real plot-mover…every now and then we need to give ol’ Vic a break from all of the face-punching and alien-shooting so he can indulge in a bit of pleasant conversation. No worries though! Talking just makes Vic thirsty for Justice! And alcohol. Vic is always thirsty for alcohol.


Just look at all the clues we’re dropping for Vic Waters’ origin story! Not to mention some good explainin’ vis-à-vis Mr. Century’s unique skills and his role in Vic’s life.

In other news, we’ve taken the plunge and purchased an exhibitor table at this year’s S.P.A.C.E. (Small Press & Alternative Comics Expo) in Columbus, OH on April 9 & 10, 2016. Our first convention! Well, at least the first behind the table 🙂 Lots more to come…stay tuned!

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Curse of the Demon’s Tooth, Page 4

This week, we learn the name of our Mystery Lady with a Knife, and we find out that Dirk Hammer is kind of a (private) dick.

Curse of the Demon's Tooth, Page 4

Ol’ Dirk really knows how to sweet talk the ladies, eh?

This page concludes the short teaser of our second comic, Curse of the Demon’s Tooth. In the remainder of the story, Margo butters toast with her giant knife, and Dirk falls back asleep. Only one of these things is true. Interested in reading the rest? Drop us a line at and we’ll figure out how to get a copy in your hands! And we still have copies of of the first issue of Twisted Tales of Two-Fisted Justice…just ask! 🙂

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Twisted Tales of Two-Fisted Justice, Issue 1, Page 4

Welcome back, comics fans! It’s Thursday again, and that means another page from our first issue of Twisted Tales of Two-Fisted Justice! Without further ado, here’s page 4:

Twisted Tales of Two-Fisted Justice, Issue 1, Page 4

Looks like Vic’s on the case! And there’s nothing like a gorgeous dame with deep pockets…

BTW, all of the pages were first sketched out in pencil, then scanned, and finally inked and lettered digitally with Adobe Illustrator. Basically, this means that any page can be reproduced at a much larger size without loss of image quality. So…who wants a poster-sized print of your favorite page? The line forms on the left…

But seriously, if you’re interested, drop us an email.  We can make it happen 😉

That’s it for this installment! Check back soon, and please spread the word!