The Ogxcun Myth is a newly released, self-contained story written by Joshua Spiller, with art by Kishore Mohan (The Picture of Everything Else by Vault Comics) and lettering by Bolt-01.

Here’s the blurb:

A baroque palace filled with gold-coloured automata. A lone warrior trekking through snowy wastes. A tattooed, enigmatic figure from an unknown land. And the Ogxcun: the deity’s hellish monstrosities, made to scent and punish the guilt-ridden, to keep the cosmos in order. 

Weaving together, these threads will tell of an impossible, fairtytale-esque encounter between two cultures, Viking and Maori; of a story stitched across a vast hanging of silken, mythic time. 

The 21-page story was originally published in the award-winning anthology, Aces Weekly.

And as it’s a digital comic, it can be downloaded straight to your computer, tablet, or phone.

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