I am in the process of archiving all of my serious comics to date on Tapastic and Line Webtoon including the NEVER-BEFORE AVAILABLE ONLINE Tales from the Clarkside companion comic!! (You still need to hear Carl’s actual album though, it’s amazing.)
All new and upcoming comic projects will be released first on my Patreon page, where they will be free to read! Any help I receive on there is purely for the purpose of helping and is not required to read my comics.
Below is everything about the comics I have released to date!
The Allstory project
Allstory is my attempt to unite all of the art I have made to date into one narrative comic. Different comics in this series explore my own personal thoughts, impressions and memories. It’s like a look inside my brain for lack of a better word.
The killing of Dreams and other comics
The killing of Dreams is a full-color comic of 42 pages including The killing of Dreams part 1, The killing of Dreams part 2 (end), and the short comic The Pretty Sun.
Plot summary: In a snow-locked village a girl watches helplessly as her friend’s health begins to fail. Is her sickness related to the monster stalking the village at night? The killing of Dreams gives a simultaneously tender and nightmarish treatment to this story of friendship, forbidden love, and the end of childhood.
The killing of Dreams can be read online on Tapas and Line Webtoon. If you can’t wait for the weekly updates, the completed comic is also available for purchase as an ebook on Comixology and Amazon and is available IN PRINT and digitally at IndyPlanet.
Just finished reading your book…beautiful work.
This is a stunningly beautiful and haunting tale. Heather’s handling of color and light are particularly masterful. I highly recommend it!
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Below are three preview pages from the comic! You can also view short excerpts by going to the Media Kit above.
Dog Street Part ONE is a black and white comic with color covers, 20 pages long including The Ruby Machine and The Stone Squirrel.
Plot summary: The tales in Dog Street all center around young boys in a suburban setting wrestling with unknown horrors that their families and neighbors no longer possess the clarity to recognize and fear. In Part ONE, one little boy observes the progress of a ruthlessly advancing machine, while two friends discover an inexplicable horror in the neighbor-lady’s front yard.
Below are three preview pages from the comic! You can also read the story The Ruby Machine below.