Mischievious Santa Cruz Comics, politically progressive genre comics and gut-wrenching blood-splattered tales of horror. サンタクルーズ漫画はトランプの政治的な政策に対する Санта Круз Комикс, который иллюстрировает страшные истории и политическые драмы 
Upcoming Issue #1 Six Stories & Troll Ads 40 Pages

Against the Wall

Pedro's parents were killed by criminals near their village in Mexico, leaving him destitute. but he has an Aunt who's a US citizen in Los Angeles. Can he make it through the desert and coyotes to her?

Московная Убийца
Moscow Hitman

Yuri thinks of himself as a consultant, like an attorney or tax advisor, but he's a contract killer. In his debut he takes a job to avenge with prejudice an act of treason.

Tokyo Ghost Story

Left in the suicide forest with a broken ankle, our protagonist suffers a premature demise, returning to haunt those who left her, yet in fear of the light.

Special Feature:
Fairy and Troll
Written and illustrated by Doug Bragdon with UCSC contributing artists:
Janell Mora
Tony Caudillo-Leiva
Annette Yao
Gian Paredes
Anan Ma

Fairy and Troll is a horror-fantasy set amongst the 2,000 year old redwoods of Santa Cruz, whose fairy population has been devastated by pollution and dark magic. The sole remaining fairy and her ugly troll sidekick wander the forests as stewards seeking to snuff out the worst evildoers. In our first issue, they pursue a cult of cannibal corn dog worshipers and a murderous giant octopus.

How Not to Surf

How Not to Surf is a short guide to things beginning surfers should avoid lest they suffer grievous injury. Inspired by actual events! One in a series of How Not to _____.

Life on Mars is a transgender sci fi story about the struggles endured by an individual working as an asteroid pilot to obtain gender reassignment surgery. Writing by Doug Bragdon, with art by Doug as well as UCSC student Thovatey Tep.