Wayne is living in a world where nothing is just and only the attractive succeed. He’s peered beyond the curtain, knows he will never have what it takes to be confident. His friends are not much better, and have a taste for taking revenge on those that wrong them.
When a kooky waitress shows interest, Wayne is sure it’s too good to be true. He’s all too aware of his unconventional looks and beliefs, but decides to proceed with caution. Meanwhile, his friends introduce him to a world he never thought possible. A place of power. A place of violence. Wayne finds himself struggling to live two lives, all too aware that something has to give. Things will end in bloodshed.
Incel provides a terrifying look into the extreme side of a growing community from the perspective of a fragile mind.
Following a flawlessly executed heist, a gang of masked thieves believe the worst of the danger is behind them. The police have shut down the main routes out of the city, forcing them to take an alternative route to the unmarked landing strip and the waiting contact. Unfortunately, the hills in which they’re headed are home to unfathomable horrors.
After a car wreck, Samuel, Jez, Marie, Freyja, and Boon abandon the vehicle to seek shelter from the law in the surrounding woods. They stumble across a remote property home to a peculiar family and swiftly make themselves at home. Tensions rise as unexplainable, seemingly supernatural events occur, and an impossibly tall, dark figure is spotted peering through windows and stalking the surrounding property.
An ancient evil. An unyielding, intelligent creature. The odds are stacked against them. Will anyone survive to reap the rewards of their labours?
Thaumaturgist is fast-paced graphic horror that explores themes of trust, family, and retribution, from the author of INCEL.