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Preparations complete, she settled herself on the floor and closed her eyes … 

“Here kitty kitty,” she called softly. “I have a treat for you.” 

And there: that old familiar feeling, something stirring, like small claws pulling at her temples. Zabbie’s inward gaze deepened.

Holding that gaze, she saw the feline face of her familiar, the glowing red eyes, the peculiar verdigris color of the demon’s sleek fur. Finally she heard Baalephin’s voice, a rippling purr: What have you brought me? 

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My Existential Therapist Herb And I Discuss The Ramifications Of Existing In The Modern Workplace

By Brian Polk
Art by Michael Dee

“I think I pinpointed the reason I hate working,” I tell my Existential Therapist Herb. “And it wasn’t immediately obvious. It really took some soul-searching.”

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Feb 2024 Centerfold: Z

By Peter Glanting

This piece is part of Peter’s annual Godzilla illustration collection.
Pete is an illustrator and UX designer. He is fascinated by engravings, wood block prints, and works that emphasize hatching and linear halftone. He holds a B.A. in English from the University of California at Davis, and an M.F.A. in Comics from the California College of the Arts. Originally from San Francisco, he lives and works in Portland, Oregon.

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GAME OVER
By Dave Danzara
aka Lost In Time Designs

Albuquerque-based Dave Danzara has spent most of his life creating art — for him, it's a lifestyle. His influences can be found in pop culture, sci-fi, fantasy, film and music.

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CAROUSEL ARTIST CREDITS:

Happy 10 Years of Birdy! • Jonathan Dodd, Poke, Issue 086 • Scott Fuller, 2001 A Punk Odyssey, Issue 014 Jonny DeStefano, Land Sea Sky, Issue 063 • Derek Knierim, What You Started, Issue 072 • Jack Estenssoro, bk.com_careers, Issue 111 • Ray Young Chu, Karate Kat, Issue 007 • Jonny DeStefano, Vivid Crimson, Issue 047 • Mark Mothersbaugh, Technology Watches Over Us, Issue 097 • Mantis, No Bird, Issue 117 • Derek Knierim Derek Knierim, Planet A Landscape, Issue 067  Mark Mothersbaugh, From the Postcard Diaries Untitled, Issue 015Krysti Joméi, Boo Radley with Issue 053 •  Austin Parkhill, Polar SolarIssue 109 •