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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

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brutal intuition

BRUTAL INTUITION is an 11-page short that takes a hard stance against police brutality. It shows a world where police can have their biases measured through futuristic technology.

Written by Morgan Hampton

Art by Alissa Sallah

Letters by Nathan Kempf

Edited by Toren Chenault

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Swaddled circuits

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

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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

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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

Get In the Name of Progress

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THE GULF STREAM

By Morgan Hampton, Malcolm Johnson, and Bolaji Olaloye

Inspired by the painting of the same name by Winslow Homer, this short comics is the story of a man and his battle with the sea. He's determined to get home, but nature seems determined to keep him. It's 13 pages of wonderfully written, drawn, and colored comics.