Webcomic profile: The Apex Society
The Apex Society
Two-Fisted Pulp Action
Last update: Today, 3:42 PM
Graphic Violence / Gore Sexual Situations Occasional Strong Language
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Neo-Pulp adventure comic featuring a mix of original and Public Domain characters and concepts. Content warning for violence.

Authors

Spearhafoc
Spearhafoc
Philip Rice. Toronto-based artist and illustrator.

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Spearhafoc
We recorded a special episode of my podcast What Mad Universe?!? to preview what's coming up next season. Check it out: http://neversleepsnetwork.com/podcast/season-3-preview-onward-to-yesterday/
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Aneeway
Damn the art is insane, you deserve way more subs!
Spearhafoc
I haven't plugged my Patreon in a while: https://www.patreon.com/Spearhafoc

This story is already finished and you can read it all there early, along with some extended podcast episodes, etc. for every backer level.
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Spearhafoc
The season two finale of my podcast is live! We discuss the pre-Tolkien Fantasy epic The Worm Ouroboros by E.R. Eddison. Check it out: http://neversleepsnetwork.com/podcast/s2e64-chapter-sixty-four-the-demons-quest/
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Spearhafoc
Back after a much needed break! I reached severe burnout there, but I should be good going forward. The new update schedule will be twice a week for the foreseeable future. It's be on Monday and Wednesday, Monday and Friday, or Wednesday and Friday, as it suits me.

A few episodes of my podcast have aired since I last updated. They are...

An episode on Robert E. Howard's Solomon Kane series. Hear me Ess-Jay-Double-Yoo it up as I complain for an hour about the shocking levels of racism in these otherwise fun stories: http://neversleepsnetwork.com/podcast/s2e61-chapter-sixty-one-the-sword-of-deliverance/

Octavia Butler's Lilith's Brood trilogy, about alien contact, and consent and survival in a post-apocalyptic scenario. http://neversleepsnetwork.com/podcast/chapter-sixty-two-the-human-contradiction/

And lastly Emma Ghent Curtis' The Administratrix, one of the earliest cowboy novels and written while the wild west was still happening: http://neversleepsnetwork.com/podcast/s2e63-chapter-sixty-three-westward-with-a-vengeance/
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