A Cold, Dark Universe
The first graphic novel project from Black Hole Comics. Originally on Kickstarter in October 2020, this anthology features science-fiction comics with the theme of hope in a dark world. 124 pages of colorful comics for anyone who loves diverse and interesting stories from up-and-coming creators.
Written by: Nick Couture, Toren Chenault, Gabe Gonzalez, Kacey Flynn, Candace Rugg, Luis Santamarina, Jarred Luján, and Calvin Sanders
Art by: Gabbie Scanlon, Christine Gutierrez, Luis Santamarina, Alec Smith, Domonick "Pickle" Rocket, Elizabeth Malette, Kasey Quevedo, Kiana Lynn
Edited by: Toren Chenault, Sara Harding, Christine Gutierrez
Lettered by: Rob Jones
What is love worth? This twelve-page digital short attempts to answer that question as we follow a woman desperate to get her baby back.
Written by: Anthony Cleveland
Art by: Jenny Odio
Letters by: Nathan Kempf
Edited by: Toren Chenault
Cross bones style
By Tom Ravid, Gianmaria Orlandi, Nathan Kempf, Nena Maree, and Toren Chenault
GRIMMOR is a nasty planet. Nasty as it gets. It'll spit you out faster than it can chew you. This 10 page sci-fi short follows two resistance fighters as they try to survive this f*cked up planet. Fun, colorful, and brought to you by a diverse, talented team of creators
IN THE NAME OF: PROGRESS
By Alec Smith, Nathan Kempf, and Toren Chenault
What are you willing to risk for progress? This short ten page horror comic sees a man end his decades long fight with a swamp monster. Download it for free now!
Art by Alec Smith
Letters by Nathan Kempf
Written by Toren Chenault
By Toren Chenault and Vincent Van Hoof
Sills is an alien who lives on a basic planet. He works and contributes to society just like everyone else. But when a murder happens on his planet, the first one ever, Sills decides to solve the case. But first, he has to learn exactly what murder is...
CONTENT is the first issue in a six issue series from writer Toren Chenault and Artist Vincent Van Hoof. A blend of philosophy, weird science, and swirling color, follow Sills on his journey