Vox Day is an idiosyncratic guy who will be remembered, if for no other reason, because he waged the hilarious Rabid Puppies War against the pink science fiction doofuses of WorldCon in 2015 and 2016. But he is also the proprietor of a book publishing company, Castalia House and recently he has branched into comics with a company called Arkhaven.
Last month Arkhaven started up a comic site that publishes the various stories on-line for free at https://www.arkhaven.com/ . I’ve never been a comic book guy. I did watch a few of the Marvel tv shows when I was a kid and I did bring my grandsons to watch the Marvel movies until they started getting too woke.
But there are at least a couple of comics on this site that I can appreciate. One is Ben Garrison’s Editorial Cartoons. Ben’s editorials are from the right and his drawings are clever.
The other that I just started following is a dark fantasy (supernatural) comic called Chicago Typewriter. It’s very well drawn and the story so far is entertaining.
Anyway, if you have any interest in comics, check out Vox’s site. I think he should be congratulated for jumping into a field that up till now has been more than dominated by woke publishers who have made their former readers unwelcome. I hope this venture is a great success and Vox makes a pile of cash. Vox is one of the few people on our side who has walked the walk and built his own platform. Kudos to him.