Hi, this is Nathan, welcome to my webcomic! I hope you’ll bookmark the site and be part of our reader’s community. This is the first graphic novel in Nathan Massengill’s “Viscera” series, “Epic Frail.” Read all 55 pages, starting here, from beginning to end. Also, read more about Viscera on the RingRunning.com home page, with a Viscera forum, magazine-style reader, and more. Enjoy and remember, your comments are welcome and appreciated!
I wrote a short (lol) post on David Simon’s take on why rape crimes fail in the United States. Also about how “The Wire” changed the way I see fiction. If you’d like, check it out: http://ringrunning.com/david-the-wire-simon-why-rapes-arent-prosecuted/
I want to publicly thank “The Gal in the Blue Mask” blog for the positive review of Viscera. Viscera does not always “feel the love” from reviewers – and I suppose any book dealing with anti-rape culture issues will inevitably have its detractors – but it only makes the support for the book that much more valued and meaningful! So, I’m available for an interview any time, and reviewers are welcome to request free .pdf or .cbr files of the book. Or the reviewers, like any of my most excellent readers, can read the book in any of the formats available on this site. Every good word makes a big difference!
Check out the review here – and don’t forget to support this very cool blog!
Although it may be the most ill-advised advice column in history, “Dear Viscera” is forthcoming to a pixel near you. Having absolutely no degree in counseling, ethics, psychology, or whatsoever, and indeed, lacking a physical existence entirely, Viscera’s qualifications to dispense advice are clearly beyond question. In preparing to hide behind her miniskirt, the author hereby disclaims in advance any remarks make by Herself in said articles. All readers are advised to submit any questions of a personal or impersonal nature to our hostess, although it may be fairly said that Viscera may make up questions entirely on her own recognizance if she so desires. Telling her “no” has often availed her humble creator little (i.e., nothing) in the way of acquiescence (and often far to the contrary). Although this may give new meaning to the phrase “bully pulpit,” please stay tuned for the imminent
Thanks for your visit! I wanted to provide this webcomic format for all our readers, but we also have a free magazine reader format, a .pdf and .cbr file download, and a public forum at Viscera’s home page. Viscera loves to give things away, so please join our mailing list (to your right on the sidebar) for exclusive freebies!