A troubled, but misunderstood youth with a bad attitude and a craving for adventure as well as a good bar of chocolate and his naive formerly-dead friend, accompany a wise-cracking crow (who thinks he's a raven) as the three of them circumnavigate a nightmarish, surrealistic landscape inhabited by love-starved, violence-prone zombies and all manner of strange creatures large and small. Suggested for mature audiences.
Rick Parker is widely known as the artist of "MTV's Beavis and Butt-Head Comic Book" and also drew the Introductory Pages of "Tales From The Crypt" and the graphic novel parodies, "Diary of a Stinky Dead Kid","Harry Potty and The Deathly Boring", "Breaking Down" (a Twilight Parody,), "Percy Jerkson and The Ovolactovegetarians", and "The Hunger Pains" for Papercutz. Rick also illustrates stories by legendary Cleveland autobiographical comics writer Harvey Pekar for The Pekar Project and SMITH MAGAZINE. Rick recently illustrated "Night of The Black Chrysanthemum" for SMITH's Next Door Neighbor Series by Michele Carlo. Rick's full-color web comic "Deadboy" can be seen online at http://www.rick-parker-comics.blogspot.com To see more of this artist's artwork please Google Image Search "Rick Parker Art."