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Webcomic tales of the surreal, fantastic, & macabre.

The contributing elements for this project have been brewing in my noggin for many years.  I’ve kept a fat spiral notebook for the past thirteen years or so.  I’ve deposited many maniacal story outlines, abstract doodles, & dream nightmare transcripts in the book’s pages. The tattered beast’s appearance begs for retirement. And now I’ve discovered the perfect vehicle for some of the darker festering concepts to be made manifest: a horror webcomic anthology.

This isn’t for everybody.  I plan to have fun doing something different. I plan to experiment with the art and test various  narrative approaches.  Some stories might fail.  If I’m doing things right, some folks will hate it.  But, maybe a few people out there will dig what I’m doing and share in the fun.

False Positive is a short story, webcomic anthology, but I like to think of it as more of a stew.  I am not following a measured recipe for this dish, but rather am cooking from the gut. I plan on throwing many of my peculiar passions into this strange mulligan with a heaping scoop of horror, a pinch of science-fiction, a dash of fantasy, and a bit of (To Be Determined).

 Bon Appétit!

   – Big Mike – September 30, 2011

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This crude collage offers a simulated peek inside my cabeza at some of the most influential sources of inspiration as this project materialized. But I’m a pop-culture junky, constantly being inspired or uninspired by video games, movies, comics, television shows, etc.

False PositiveSee Also: The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Tales From The Darkside, Tales From the Crypt, Creepshow, The Vault of Horror, Eerie, H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allen Poe, Ray Bradbury, Harlan Ellison, Guillermo Del Toro…

 

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