I do not care for this megalith about which I bitch.
by Jim Washburn | Sun, Jul 8 / 6:15 pm
We're getting there slowly but surely, but with only a few days left, kick in a few bucks and help us publish our comic!
by Tony Chavira | Wed, Jun 27 / 10:30 am
Can Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter be the coolest summer movie?
by Gary Phillips | Fri, Jun 22 / 5:26 pm
The ‘V’ Word is too much for the delicate ears of Michigan GOPers.
by Gary Phillips | Fri, Jun 15 / 3:29 pm
How I spent my summer before it happened.
by Jim Washburn | Mon, Jun 11 / 8:37 pm
Bike Cop Dave and Brand & Reese, in all their tradeback glory.
by Tony Chavira | Tue, Jun 5 / 2:38 pm
All is right with the world.
by Gary Phillips | Fri, Jun 1 / 9:00 am
How Susan got computers at the library in her village.
by Donna Schoenkopf | Thu, May 31 / 6:22 am
Just a couple of installments to go ...
Private eye Lloyd Sippie navigates the mean streets of ’60s Los Angeles in search of the eponymous puppet master. But who’s the dummy?
Read the Latest Installment (September 3)
Two middle-aged beat cops become entangled in a struggle between a sinister property developer, pandering politicians, and a growing homeless community. Set in the Bicycle Cop Dave universe.
Read The Latest Pages (August 21)
In a downtown Los Angeles where gentrification displaces the working poor, where loft dwellers walk their little dogs past dark alleyways, police officer David Richter patrols upon his trusty bike.
Read The Final Five Pages (March 27)
Read the first chapter of
The novel introduced private eye Ivan Monk, hired to find the killer of a Korean merchant in the politically and racially sensitive climate after Los Angeles’ 1992 civil unrest.
Special occasions can be killer ...
“A Bitter Taste in the Mouth”
by Jervey Tervalon (New Years)
“Doctor Breedloves Valentine”
by Gary Phillips (Valentines Day)
“Hurrah for the Pumpkin Pie”
by Kate Flora (Thanksgiving)
by Jim Nisbet (Thanksgiving)
“The Kwanzaa Initiative”
by Gary Phillips (Kwanzaa)
“Home for the Holidays”
by Mike Bullock (Christmas)
“Third Santa on the Left”
by Gar Anthony Haywood (Christmas)
Read an Excerpt From Gary Phillips'