Written by Craig Hurd-McKenney
Illustrated by Kameron White
Xpp, Black and white with spot colors.

Dr. Miguel Saiz is light years from earth, overseeing the terraformation of Venus. With his circadian rhythms disrupted by his extended stay in deep space, his insomnia peaks; reality as he knows it comes into question. As Miguel struggles to finish his mission, what he thinks he knows will collide with the existential mysteries of the universe: Who am I? Why am I here? Am I alone? Why is this happening to me?

keywords: POC + science fiction + insomnia + anxiety + metoo



Written by Craig Hurd-McKenney
Illustrated by TBD
Xpp, Black & White

Love is a battlefield. And some wounds are so deep it can take a miracle to heal them.

Accidentally cursed by his soon-to-be ex, Royal Klein's masculine spirit slips out of his body and goes walkabout. Not long after, horns begin to sprout from his forehead. All hell begins to break loose.

With his trusty standard poodle and the ghost of the black Union solider who's haunted his house since childhood, Royal will go on a quest to find his own spirit and, ultimately, the spirit of America.


keywords: POC + magic + road trip + ghost + America + masculinity



Written by Craig Hurd-McKenney
Illustrated by Samidha Gunjal
48pp, Black & White

Inspired by Real Events

Pressured to be married, an Indian princess comes out to her family and her country, only to be sent away to a rural, abandoned palace for shaming them. Here, she commits to proving her parents wrong by creating an oasis for Indian LGBTQ people. But when this new paradise intersects with the real world, with local villagers believing the worst, things don’t go exactly as she planned, for in A HOUSE WITH NO CLOSETS, there’s nowhere to hide…


keywords: India + LGBTQ + social networking + mass psychosis + bullying


Written by Craig Hurd-McKenney
Illustrated by Kameron White
Xpp, Black & White

Kizzie Duncan will stop at nothing to protect the vulnerable...even if it means putting her own life at risk. "Nancy Drew" meets FIGHT CLUB meets #blacklivesmatter in a tale exploring institutional racism, its toll on the bodies of black women, cultural homophobia, and the universal need to be loved.

keywords: POC + LGBTQ + family + bullying + disability




Successfully Kickstarted & Kickstarter “Project We Love”: November 2018
by Craig Hurd-McKenney, Gervasio & Carlos Aon
Cover by Tyler Smith Owings
64pp, Black & White
$9.99 Comixology/ HSP Store

A spiritualist with a secret to hide. A choral performer who can't fit in. A Comtesse trapped against her will and in her own body.

Victorian London & the evils within will bring these three together to fight against the darkness, both personal and phantasmagorical, that threatens to consume them all.

"Some Strange Disturbances is a vivid, compelling story of queer power and psychic/spiritual forces, all blended together.  Set in Victorian England--and how good it is to see this cruel class-ridden, racist and queerphobic culture stripped free of the usual sentimentality--it shows the innate power of queer people when they embrace who they are, even if it means terrible suffering. 

Wonderful book.  I am so glad I read it.  It will stay with me."

— Rachel Pollack
Writer of Doom Patrol and other comics,
and author of The Beatrix Gates

“Creating historical fiction and horror comics can be a tricky business, but the creative team behind Some Strange Disturbances have knocked it out of the park! The Victorian-era visuals are lushly realized and impeccably researched, and the characters are both authentic to the period and feel completely modern in their diverse identities and sensibilities.
I’m already holding my breathe for more of these adventures!”
— Justin Hall
Cartoonist, Educator &
Editor of No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics

keywords: LGBTQ + POC + Victorian England + family
+ psychic + horror + social class



The Brontës: Infernal Angria (2004/ 2018)

by Craig Hurd-McKenney & Rick Geary
96pp, Black & White
$15.99 Comixology/ HSP Store

Part 1 was Winner of the Xeric Award for Self-Publishing (2004).

Living in the isolation of the Parsonage house in Haworth Village, the four Brontë children make a startling discovery: a doorway to another world! What seems like paradise soon reveals itself to be just as dark as the real world. Can the siblings resist the allure of Angria, or will they be seduced -- and destroyed -- by it? Either way, their spirits, their beliefs and their family bond will be tested to the limit!

"This is a truly feminist needed in today's
social and political climate. A highly recommended read!"
— Dame Darcy
Creator of MEAT CAKE

"It's a comic that hides its polish behind a veil of simplicity." 
— Darren Schroeder
Silver Bullet Comics

“A delightful and beautiful interpretation of Charlotte and Branwell Brontë's imaginary world of Angria. Hurd-McKenney’s interpretation of the original text combined with Geary’s illustrations breathes new life into this unique classic."  
— Ramon K. Perez
Artist of JANE, Wolverine & the X-Men

"This exciting and well-researched comic
presents the Brontës as you’ve never seen them before.
I'm still getting used to seeing Charlotte throwing punches! 
Must Read!"
— Glynnis Fawkes
Ignatz Award
Nominee & MoCCA Arts Festival Award Winner

keywords: The Brontës + Victorian England + family
+ palace intrigue + creativity + obsession



The Magic If (2004/ 2018)

by Craig Hurd-McKenney, Gervasio & Carlos Aon
2nd Edition Cover by Tyler Smith Owings
2nd Edition Bonus Story by Craig Hurd-McKenney & Melisa Jones
44pp, Black & White
$4.99 Comixology/ HSP Store

Frustrated with his magic career, Wynter Steele obsessively runs routines and hustles for gigs to hit the big time. When stunt magician Blaine Danvers arrives in town, Wynter will risk everything to best him.  But Wynter's friends and boyfriend may have other ideas...

“As a comic book connoisseur and lover of the graphic novel & all things super, this gay hero is giving us everything we need for our comic fix.  Creative, unique and super cool illustrations. And gay. Very. Very. Very. Gay.“ 
– Julie Goldman
Comedian/ Actor/ Lady Gentleman

"Most magic may be smoke and mirrors, but when you strip away the illusions here you're left with a solid core with real substance."
— Greg McElhatton
icomics Reviews

"There's no devil in The Magic If, no supernatural happenings.
Only very human urges and passions.
Writer Craig Hurd-McKenney and artist Gervasio
have crafted a moving portrait."
— Francois Peneaud
The Gay Comics List

"Hurd-McKenney's sweet tale belies the kind of serious questions
about art, life and magic that both Houdini and David Blaine have inspired."
— Suzette Chan
Sequential Tart

keywords: LGBTQ + stage magic + obsession