Portfolio > Demonophobiac: Fear of Possession

This gallery contains selections from my self published horror comic, DEMONOPHOBIAC: FEAR OF POSSESSION, a meta, demonic possession horror comic with threads of auto bio storytelling weaved in throughout the book. Contains tributes to Zulawski’s masterpiece POSSESSION, 1981 and THE EXORCIST III by William Peter Blatty, 1990. 5.5"x8.5", full color, saddle stitched, 48 pages.

pg 1
India ink on paper, digital
11"x15"
2019
Pg 4
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 5
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 16
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 17
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 18
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 19
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 20
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 21
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pgs 26 and 27
India ink on paper, digital
11"x17"
2019
pg 28
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 29
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 37
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 43
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 44
India ink on paper, digital
2019
pg 52
India ink on paper, digital
11"x15"
2019

Fear is healthy. Fear is necessary. Fear is a potent tool that protects us from outside perils and propels us to inward innovation. Fear enables survival and fear inspires solutions. All this is true. But that’s not all the truth there is when it comes to fear. Fear is also a power unto itself. We can use fear, yes, but when fear uses us, it unleashes unknowable firestorms of madness, agony, and despair, and it drives us to ends that can never be predicted. This is the story of a woman at the mercy of fear who learns, as we all should, that fear knows no mercy. Reality versus illusion, vigilance versus paranoia, life versus death versus… something else. Fear blurs all lines for this woman. What, dear reader, does fear do to you