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Mystery Meat available now on Comixology

Mystery Meat, that modern underground horror comic about the last American taboo (our food), is now available on Comixology. This way you can witness Cody Goodfellow and Mike Dubisch’s vision of fast food fuckery without getting your fingers greasy and for a very good price. Check it out here.


Entropy in Bloom featured in Publishers Weekly!

When a deviant mind like Jeremy Robert Johnson is featured in Publishers Weekly, you know the world’s getting weirder. Huge congratulations to JRJ. Time for every weirdo (and some of the normals, too) to get excited for Entropy in Bloom, due to drop in April!



Out Now: The Orphanarium

The latest Eraserhead Press release has dropped and is available on Amazon! S.T. Cartledge presents: The Orphanarium.

Here is us. We are here in the Orphanarium. Think: a city in a massive box, vacuum-sealed tight. No one is allowed outside. Here, people are born out of the air or made like computers and put together. Daff is me and Dil is you and together we are twins pulled from the same vacuum of space. Cyberia is our friend android and she has a window in her head, a sphere like a crystal mind monitor. Our pet is called Killy, a cyborg dog who was born out of the air like you and me, but has since been built up with robot parts so she can live longer.

This is the way things are. And the way things are right now is all about the situation with the Elementals. Some people are calling it a war. For others, it’s more of a slaughter. Us or them, it’s never specified. We try so hard to stay alive but the chaos spills through the walls onto us. There is no control. But there’s always talk of what’s going on outside the Orphanarium. Whispers of what’s happening out there, while we’re over here surrounded by candylions grazing on their holographic grass. Truth is we don’t know until we find out.

The Orphanarium is a surreal dystopian novel reminiscent of early bizarro works like Lost in Cat Brain Land by Cameron Pierce and Sea of the Patchwork Cats by Carlton Mellick III, as well as the poetic dreamscapes of Richard Brautigan and Hayao Miyazaki.

Available for Preorder: Bienvenidos al Bizarro

There have been several Bizarro Starter Kits released through Eraserhead Press, serving as a regular sample platter of the different voices telling weird tales in the bizarro scene. Until now, they’ve all been in English, but our Spanish speaking friends are about to get a surprise…


Orciny Press presents BIENVINIDOS AL BIZARRO, a collection of bizarro stories from some of the scene’s best and brightest, translated for consumption across the barrier that is human language. You can preorder your copy here.

Out Now: Bad Hotel

Courtesy of Rooster Republic Press comes BAD HOTEL….

The whole world is haunted. Ghosts and monsters are everywhere and it’s actually kind of irritating. So, two friends take it upon themselves to get rid of the ghosts and set the world right again, even though, they have no clue what they are doing. Like, at all. They set off on an adventure through a world of haunted donut shops, alien department stores, worm-riddled junkyards and possessed schoolhouses until they finally check into the Bad Hotel.

“Bad Hotel is a twisting, turning rabbit hole of a book, shimmering with surreal imagery and paranoia. Bring some drugs.” -David W. Barbee, author of Bacon Fried Bastard

“Bad Hotel is Ghost Hunters getting trapped in The Twilight Zone, or a stoner version of The X-Files, or Kevin Smith directing The Shining.” – G. Arthur Brown, author of Governor of the Homeless and The Long Night of the Eternal Korean War.

Get your copy at Amazon

Out Now: Dope Tits

“Dope Tits is the work of a puerile, reverted, dangerous and insidious man… I laughed… pretty much the entire time.” Laura Lee Bahr, author of LONG-FORM RELIGIOUS PORN and HAUNT

“If you’re looking for an absurdist tour of the vast and dangerous criminal underworld of Fremont, Ohio or a ridiculously laugh out loud portrait of a bizarre small town… then Bix Skahill’s DOPE TITS is the book for you.” Jeremy Robert Johnson, author of SKULLCRACK CITY

“Bix is the tits,” Tiffany Scandal, author of SHIT LUCK and JIGSAW YOUTH

Life is good in Fremont, Ohio. Well, acceptable. If one ignores the fact that Rusty Slump, local ne’er-do-well known for public defecation, and his sometimes girlfriend, CoCo McArdle, have recently dug up the corpse of hometown hero Rutherford B. Hayes with thoughts of ransom. But their hopes are dashed when they realize no one really cares. But then they discover, through sexual hijinks, that if you mix the drug ectasy with the flesh of the dead president’s penis, you get one hell of a high. They dub their new drug Purple Hayes and attempt to take over Fremont’s vast and dangerous criminal underworld. Unfortuatenly, although Hayes’ penis meat is prodigious, it can only last so long and soon the highly addictive drug disappears from the streets of Fremont.

This is good news for the Fremont Police Society, as the town is about to host their annual celebration, Hayes Dayes. But something more dangerous than Purple Hayes is coming to town.

A demon, Maude the Layer of Waste, has escaped the confines of hell, bent on destroying all mankind. She inhabits the body of the recently dead Connie Pendleton, a virginal teen accidentally killed by Rusty. Maude the Layer of Waste transforms Connie’s body into a curvaceous sex kitten, Dearly Departed, and begins searching Fremont for the perfect mate to help her carry out her plans. She sets her sights on Rusty, but he passes out every time they have sexual congress. The young thug soon realizes the demon’s breasts are psychotropic, just like Hayes’ penis.

Rusty and CoCo have stumbled upon a way to regain their position in the vast and dangerous criminal underworld of Fremont, Ohio, as long as the demon doesn’t end the world first.

Get it here!

Weird Movie Watch: Kuso

Flying Lotus is a rapper who’s branching out into the world of filmmaking, beginning with his first movie, a post-apocalyptic acid trip called Kuso. Word on the street is that this movie is aggressively weird and puts some people off… which makes it a must-see for weirdos everywhere.