Work by Jason Franks available now online and in selected bookstores.
Comedy/drama about a family of suburban Satanists fall prey to the global financial crisis.
Original graphic novel by Jason Franks and by J. Marc Schmidt. Available in stores around the world or direct from SLG Publishing. Also available from Amazon.com.
McBlack is dispatched on a multi-stage seek-and-destroy mission–but who is he supposed to kill, and who is he really working for?
Written by Jason Franks. Illustrated by Mike Athey, Tom Bonin, Trevor Wood and Jason Franks. Colours by Luke Pickett. Wraparound cover by Rhys McDonald. 28 pages in full colour. For a full preview, go to www.McBlack.com
McBlack is hired to eliminate a monster that is haunting a young boy’s dreams. But can he survive the imagination of a child?
Written by Jason Franks. Illustrated by Bruce Mutard, Luke Pickett, Rhys James, John Stewart and Jason Franks. Colours by Luke Pickett. Inks by Dave Gutierrez Wraparound cover by Rhys James. 24 pages in full colour. Make sure you check out www.McBlack.com for lots of free art and stories.
WHITEFACE McBLACK used to be a private dick, but he gave it up in order to pursue on his true calling: murder, sabotage, theft and arson. So, when the Killer Dame asks him to help her find her rotten ex-husband, he’s reluctant to take the case.
McBLACK is written and penciled by Jason Franks. Inks by Dave Gutierrez, cover by Ron Salas. 84 pages, B&W interiors, colour cover. For a full preview, visit www.mcblack.com.
(Possible Press, 2012)
When guitar virtuoso Clarice Marnier finds herself blacklisted she makes a deal with the devil for a second chance. Soon Clarice and her band, Bloody Waters, are on their way to stardom… but cracking the Top 10 is one thing; gunfights with the Vatican Mafia and magical duels quite another. Clarice is going to have to confront the Devil himself – the only question is whether she’ll be alive or dead when it happens.
(Black House Comics, 2013)
UNGENRED collects Jason Franks’ mainstream short comics. Autobiography, comedy, travel, biography, allegory, social realism, tall tales, period drama – you never know what will be on the next page. Might even be some talking robots.
Illustrated by Bruce Mutard, Ed Siemienkowicz, Joe Pimienta, J. Marc Schmidt, Nicholas Hunter, Renan L’Hopsum, Bobby N., Jan Scherpenhuizen, and others.
Apologies for the radio silence, cats and dogs. I have been working hard to bring you more horrible fiction and I just haven’t had a lot of time to blog. Some announcements real soon, I promise. In the meantime, the kind folks at Oz Comic Con have promised to free me from my padded cell […]Read More...