The Gospel of Carol
2013 / 2018
When Carol, the Daughter of God, is sent to Earth to save humanity, she has to grapple not just with her own destiny, but with that of her twin brother, Jesus. The Gospel of Carol is a tongue-in-cheek adaptation of the Biblical gospels, including many non-canonical apocryphal sources.
"I went into The Gospel of Carol anticipating something highly irreverent and possibly offensive. What I found, however, was a surprisingly heartwarming comic with a focus on family and anachronistic pop culture quips. A++, would blaspheme again."
Women Write About Comics
2010 / 2020
An extremely silly gag strip, Lit Brick is the result of trying to read the entire Norton Anthology of English Literature while drawing comics about it. Scads of other literature is read and subsequently mocked along the way.
"They bring us much, much joy!"
Norton Criticals, via Twitter
2018 / 2021
The life and times of Virginia Woods, a girl in the 90's who can't seem to control either her temper or her utter lack of tact. Virginny is very, very loosely autobiographical.
Resuming publication in 2021.
Mary Elizabeth's Sock
2012 / 2015
Originally a webcomic, Mary Elizabeth's Sock is about Mary Elizabeth (obviously), a girl with a thing for both detectives and the mysteries they solve. An anthology of sorts, the series bounces between several different characters, each in increasingly goofy situations. Largely an experimental way to teach myself how to write better, the webcomic is now only available as digital trade paperbacks.
2004 / 2018
A long-running webcomic that consistently falls through the cracks, Sporkman is about the titular hero being extremely silly and frequently ruining time and/or space. While efforts long ago were made to give Sporkman some superheroic adventures, he long ago devolved into sci-fi sitcom antics.
Sporkman holds a special place in my heart as the first character I ever created and published online (way back in a different comic in 2000), so he'll always get a new comic strip every now and then, when time permits.
Creator & Editor
A zine originally created for charity showcasing Ray Donovan, of the Showtime Original Series Ray Donovan, in comics drawn by people who had never actually seen Ray Donovan before. All in good fun, I created the concept for the zine and edited its contents, in addition to contributing both the cover and a page of my own.
Written by Mark O. Stack
Drawn by Mike Becker
The world needs heroes. It’s going to have to settle for the Young Offenders, a group of super-powered disappointments, burnouts, and could-have-beens who have spent most of their lives in the shadow of their more successful peers and mentors.