Graphic Novels, Webcomics, and Zines

Written and Illustrated by G. E. Gallas

  • Pawn My Soul, current webcomic: Lilith is a sin-eater: someone who is paid to take on the sins of those who have recently died. One day, she is hired to pawn her soul for Old Man Jasper by his son Thomas. From that point on, she becomes irreversibly involved in Jasper family affairs, which ultimately leads to tragedy. [Read here.]
  • The Poet and the Flea, a graphic novel trilogy: A reimagining of the life of the poet-painter William Blake. Set in 1790, at the onset of The Industrial Revolution, William suffers from the death of his beloved younger brother, Robert. Catherine (Kate) Blake attempts to comfort her husband, but cannot dispel his grief. During this spell of anxiety, William is visited by an ominous creature: The Ghost of a Flea. The Flea reveals a vested interest in William’s spiritual well-being — the result of an unorthodox wager. Will William triumph over The Flea’s sinister meddling? Or will he fall victim to The Flea’s corruption? [Volume 1 complete; Volumes 2 & 3 in progress; more information here.]
  • Big Fish Eat Little Fish, a 30-page webcomic created for Inktober 2018: Inspired by the works of the Renaissance painter Pieter Bruegel the Elder, this story follows the strange adventure of two fish with legs. [Read here.]
  • The Plague and Doctor Caim, a graphic novel work in progress: Following the life of a 17th-century plague doctor, an Everyman with a beak. One day, Doctor Caim is hired by a village to treat both the rich and the poor. He readily accepts this position, but goes about his work with much trial and error. He encounters patients from all walks of life, experimenting with treatments while monitoring his own health and watching the stars for omens. [More information here.]
  • Hello Blob: a 2015 full-color zine with centerfold AND a 2017 28-page, full-color book of satirical illustrations. [More information on the zine. More information on the book.]
  • Smithereens: Mammon’s Ring-Posy: a 2013 full-color zine illustrating a poem written by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. [Read here.]

Copyright 2018 by G. E. Gallas