Strangeways follows the travels of ex-Union officer Seth Collins as he rides through the shadows of a haunted frontier. Both western and horror, but never forgetting what makes either of those work.
The above is the pencil art from what would’ve been Strangeways #1, projected for printing in 2007. How it didn’t happen is quite a long story. Maybe I’ll tell it again. Or you can ask me if you come across my table at a show sometime. So Murder Moon went from a monthly comic to an OGN (original graphic novel, y’all) to a webcomic. You can’t explain that.
Well, I could, but you’re not here for that, are you? Click on the “Murder Moon page one.” link at the right side of the screen there. New pages will go up at least twice a week.
A few interface rules: you can always click on the page you’re looking at to move to the next one. Or you can use the navigation buttons. Sometimes there’s going to be pithy text beneath the page. Sometimes not. I’m still trying to figure out how to put something beneath the pages in its own separate container that’s persistent, but really, it’s not the end of the world. Besides, you’re not here for the text, right?
If you like to read print books, you can order Murder Moon at Amazon. Click here or on the image below.
If you’re curious about the kind of fevered mind that would write this stuff up, or the origins of the book itself, you can poke around at the following: