Webcomic profile: Nightshade the merry widow
Nightshade the merry widow
A tale of Dreamwalk Journal.Updates Monday. Co-writers: Lee M. Kim C. And thanks to Bob Partridge who also helped.
Last update: 12th Mar 2019, 5:52 PM
Frequent Frontal Nudity Strong Sexual Themes
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The adventures of a middle aged black widow spider and her friends. Updates every Monday.

Hi. I have placed a "donate" button on the page in the hopes some of you might toss a few bucks my way. I know times are hard, but if you can help out another "starving artist" It would be very appreciated. Thanks, Ed.


Hi. I did freelance art and prop work for many years after becoming frustrated with the ever present politics involved in being a high end prototype machinist.

I enjoyed several years of doing freelance work for several computer game covers for a few popular games out there. I often created for the now long defunct Microillusions that first brought out the delightful game Faery Tale and others.

I have also worked in the motion picture industry doing science fiction props. I've created for movies like Men in Black and the scifi TV series Babylon Five.

I am semi-retired due to health constraints and am currently trying to teach myself how to use some of the 3D computer graphic programs available by working on an online graphic novel/comic titled "NIGHTSHADE THE MERRY WIDOW".

Thanks for taking a look.

Most recent comments left on Nightshade the merry widow

“It has been a year now”
It has been a year and 10 days since the last comic post, hoping the creative team is doing well, particularly in this time of pestilence.
Hiya Lee.
I keep seeing you over at Dragons and Silk and it reminds me to check here about you and Ed. I do hope Arizona is good for him, and that you two continue this fine comic. I've re-read it three times now, seriously exited for the day that the three of you return.
Thanks again for keeping us updated.
Overjoyed to hear that Ed's all right and still going... I've been fearing the worst after losing one or two too many old friends lately...wish him all the best if you're in contact with him & I hope everything works out for him.

Cheers, Bob.
Lee M
If anyone's still reading, I'd like to wish them all a slightly belated Merry Christmas (or equivalent celebration of their choice) and a Happy New Year...