Celebrated International Women’s Day in the only way I know: wrote a brief introduction to 10 of my favourite cartoonists: Ines Estrada, Sophie Goldstein, Hannah K, Julia Wertz, Hellen Jo, Emily Carrol, Sophie Franz, Julia Gfrorer, Lucie Ebrey and Corinne Mucha.
Nobody wants to talk about bestiality until someone fucks a horse. My illustration of this concept is on the VICE website.
A chance to cut is a chance to cure. $5 original postcard drawings.
Just look at all these beautiful, beautiful babies.
Do you have a tattoo of one of my drawings? Send me a photo please! Do you want to get one? Go for it. (But email me, because I might have a higher-quality version of the image you can use.) Do you need me to draw something new for you? I can do that too.
I don’t know what I did to deserve all these beautiful reviews. You can buy Black is the Color from me on Etsy.
woodforbrains asked: What's your opinion on True Detective's use of Robert Chamber's Yellow King mythology? Do you think backwoods Louisiana is a fitting place to enact the stories from his imagination?
I don’t watch True Detective, and I haven’t read The King in Yellow, so I kicked this one up to an expert. Here’s what he says:
It depends on how far the connection extends. When Lovecraft retrofitted Chambers’ King in Yellow (and Bierce’s Carcosa) into the Cthulhu Mythos (an umbrella term he himself never used), does that mean that Lovecraft’s entities proper can reasonably be assumed as possible presences in a story that invokes those names? Obviously Cthulhu fits right into backwoods Louisiana, its thriving community of worshippers a key part of “The Call of Cthulhu.” But it seems to me that more than any specific reference it’s the slow rot of sanity central to so much Lovecraftian weird fiction that the True Detective filmmakers are invoking here, so that the actual appearance of anything overtly supernatural is unlikely.
apostleofcolor asked: Let's say I found these this 18th century dictionary called.. The Dictionnaire Infernal In it, there's like pages of multiple demons. But I figured you would like it and I thought I wonder if she would be inspired to do some demons herself. Because I would totally commission her to make them.. So I can tat them on my body alongside my 3 satan on my chest Cough cough
You figured right—I like the Dictionnaire Infernal so much there’s a demon from it in my first book. And son (gender-neutral “son”), if you’ve got the dollars I’ll draw whatever the fuck you want. There are some commission options on my Etsy ($40, $80, $160), and if none of those sounds right you can email me for a quote.
If I were you I’d take precautionnnnnnnnnnnn. $5 original postcard drawings.
Don’t get your hopes up, ever. $5 original postcard drawings.
Zack is one of those artists of whom people often say: he makes exciting, genre-bridging comics and he really knows his shit, but we wish he had the opportunity to make some longer work. With Patreon you can actually help him do that.
Soooooo I went and made one of those Patreon pages. It’s an experiment! If you enjoy The Secret Voice, check it out and maybe think about signing up.