Here’s the finished piece I genuinely couldn’t be happier with the results! She…
The multi-talented D. Yee provided us with this unique and unsettling, yet beautiful take on the detective of Baker City.
Like it? Good, now read the comic and ask yourself why bad things always happen to good people.
Rob Moran is the king of gritty horror comic book illustrations and we were proud to get him on board for this fantastic Sherbet pin-up.
Now give the actual comic a read, disturbing themes and disgusting twists are a guarantee:
Reprint week is at an end, but we’re working on new content as fast as we can - and we can’t wait to share it with you.
And on the subject of sharing, please share our comics with your friends! Every little helps.
Sherbet has a good Soul, we think she keeps it in a jam jar. Art by Joshua Mathus, words by Michael V. Bramley.
If you enjoyed Cayenne Lock’s appearance in BRAINS (or her pet monkey Furious George), you may be interested in Josh’s early pencils for her upcoming print-only solo adventure!
Sherbet and her sister have such wonderfully juicy braaainns. (Art: Josh Mathus, Words: Michael V. Bramley).
This poster may be outdated, but the music certainly isn’t!
Josh Mathus is more than just the great artist behind the Sherbet comics, he’s also a rock star and you can find music by his band SECRETS OF LOST EMPIRES here; http://www.myspace.com/secretsoflostempires
My this is a messy one, buy they say there’s no use crying over spilled milk. Words by Michael V. Bramley, art by Josh Mathus.