Six Legs, No Heart is a chilling tale of nature gone wrong. A newlywed couple buys their first house and contends with unusual neighbors. But when the neighbors suddenly vanish, the couple realizes something is amiss. What horrors lurk next door? First, they come for your home. Then, they come for you!
Six Legs, No Heart is now available digitally at Comixology, for just $2.99! You can also get a physical copy at the following locations:
Mike and the Ninja is an action-comedy webcomic about Mike, whose life changes forever when he meets a drifting ninja named Stu. They have adventures together! Also available as a collection of three graphic novels.Read Online
Six Legs, No Heart is a skin-crawling comic book about newlyweds who buy their first home, only to find their neighbors are loud, filthy, and possibly not even human! What horrors lurk next door?Buy Digitally
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An indie roleplaying video game coming to PC...well, sometime! An eerie adventure with no level-grinding and only meaningful battles. I'm doing the artwork; Amanda is doing the music!Learn More
A trilogy of modern-day dragon novels following Eric Draman on an adventure many centuries in the making! Night of the Dragon was written by D.L. Moore, but Big Skink Tales manages the publication and inventory of the books!Learn More
Hi, I'm Brian. I'm a writer and illustrator. I have been drawing comics and writing stories since I was nine years old, and I don't plan to stop any time soon, to the detriment of my wrist and social life. I'm mostly a one-man operation, but I get a lil' help from time to time. I live in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and I have a wife, a daughter, and three cats. They're pretty cool.
Thanks for your support! I hope we have some great adventures together!
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