I’m not sure if I ever posted this, but here is an illustration I did for BONE ZONE II: THE REVENGE, celebrating gay German directors F.W. Murnau and Wolfgang Petersen.
"The Curse of the Mystic Mandrake"
The Mandrake – little is known about this vilified vegetal phenomenon. Famous for its disturbingly human-like figure – and its status as a long-standing favorite of sorcerers and sorceresses alike –there is more myth than fact about this legendary root. In our modern world of sprawling cityscapes and Celebrity Squares, we have little time for the mystery and the magic that has so fascinated us in centuries passed. Now aspiring writer, Roger Blackwell, is about to learn that ignorance is not the same as innocence, that everything has its price, and that dangerous things, though forgotten, are dangerous things still… The year? 1975. The place? That occult and twisted realm that we call – the Spectral Citadel!
Written by Margaret Powers
Roger Blackwell, Cynefrid … . . Steven Glavey
Gerald, Alderic Badcock, Professor Rosencrantz, Cop #1 … Matthew DeCostanza
Fulco the doomed dog, the Mandrake, Waiter, Shopkeeper ,Agent, Cop #2 … Troy Schipdam
Dr. Ingrid Bruegel, Neighbor … . Meg Powers
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I wrote this episode, and I am proud of it. It’s set in the 1970s has evil medieval plants in it, and it’s gay. WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT?!
excerpt from a RIPE anxiety/ meeting KD Lang dream, part of BONE ZONE II,debuting at RIPE!!
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COSTUME DESIGNER/CARTOONIST/WEREWOLF I sell sexy-gross comics,illustration,and things you can wear. A slime palace with hologram bats flying out, a towering jello mold specked with eyeballs.
Hi dudes! I’m incredibly broke! It sucks! But you can buy some slimey sunglasses and help me be less broke! Or buy some zines, hey,why not?
I also make dolls of whatever character you want and draw whatever unlikely couple you desire making out. Prices negotiable.
This is a paper doll set I really, really want- I love that she has hairy legs ( follow the link) and I love that her body doesn’t conform to 1960s beauty ideals.
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A local filmmaker once asked me if my husband and I had a ‘marriage of convenience.’ ‘No,’ I snarled like a pit bull. ‘We have sex just like normal married people do.’ Marriage is so complicated that any convenience wou
Poet Dodie Bellamy discusses her marriage and maintaining a gay identity in spite of being married to a (gay) man.