Below is a list of synopses created by imagine97 that are currently in use.|
|Comic: Dorothy Gale: Journey to Oz|
A modern and surreal re-telling of the Wizard of Oz. Warning: Contains strong language and mature themes.
Written and Illustrated by Shane Kirshenblatt.
Freefall Entertainment and Jack Lake Productions released this as a printed work back in early 2005. Now this and upcoming installements will be posted online for readers everywhere to enjoy, free!
Book Two (part one)
Book Two (part two)
Book Three (part one): April 10, 2006
|Comic: Personal Space|
|THEY’RE JUST LIKE US, IF NOT SLIGHTLY MORE ATTRACTIVE!
That’s right folks; you heard it here first. Sure, some aliens may like flying around in saucers and probing cattle but others, much like us, aren’t quite ready to make that big leap off the planet. Most of us have a hard enough time getting out of bed in the morning!
Take a break from those Hollywood Aliens and see what’s up on Planet Ther. Join us every Saturday for a glimpse into the lives of Seth, an eccentric cartoonist in his mid 20’s and his best buddy Syd (who actually has a real job). You’ll be able to point and laugh at their neurotic behaviour and feeble attempts at success. Why should they care? They’re (mostly) fictional!
Go on, get personal!
Written by Shane Kirshenblatt & Shawn Rogo
Illustrated by Shane Kirshenblatt
|Comic: Sweet Hereafter|
|…AND YOU THOUGHT LIFE WAS HARD!
Can a skeleton maintain his confidence with no lower jaw?
How does a zombie cope with the pressures of running a used car dealership?
When does a werewolf find time to help the kids get ready for little league soccer?
The answers to these questions and more can be found in the strange land of the Sweet Hereafter.
Join Healey, Greg, Steve and Francis every Monday and Friday as they encounter endless obstacles in their day-to-day afterlives. Their misadventures are sure to make even the most hardened ghoul die of laughter! Then again, a ghoul can’t really die again…can he?
Written and Illustrated by Sean McCoy, hosted by freefallcomics.com