Incredible Doom #5


Incredible Doom, my print & web comic series about ’90s kids making life-threatening decisions over the early internet, has a new issue up for everyone to read for free.


Issue #5, “Kaos” features jail time, Marvel cards, Nintendo Power tips, nighttime graffiti runs, and crazy law-breaking schemes. And you can read it now, totally free, here.

If you like it, and you want to support the project, you can subscribe on Patreon. You’ll get signed, beautifully produced print versions of the comic, along with special “feelies” with each issue.

The feelie for this issue is a recreation of a scrap of newspaper that one of the characters draws on in the issue. The back side of the paper features an actual ad for a computer store from 1991!

If you join before October 19th you’ll get the new issue shortly thereafter. You can also catch up on back issues with the back issue bundle, which is half off for members.

  • You can become a member here.
  • And then buy the bundle here.

Lots of new comics

I'd been so busy crakning out new Incredible Doom, my comic series about 90s teens making life threatening decisions over the early interent, that I've been forgetting to post about them here. So you may not know that there are FOUR whole issues that are free to read at, with a 5th issue half completed which Patreon members can read.

It's been a blast drawing these comics. They are some of my favorite stories I've ever done, and the best part is you can get beautiful print editions of them sent to your house, just by becoming a member for $4 a month. (you can also buy back issues here to complete your set)

If you'd like to catch up, just click on the covers above to jump right to that issue. You can also be notified by email whenever there are new issues posted.

Here are some images from the series.