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Brick Port Dogs
A gritty and magical tale of two souls meet, go on adventures, fall in love all while trying to create their own reality from their dreams. Full of steampunk mechinations, magic, and gorgeous art. RELEASE: 3/31/14
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Content flags: Sexual ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 9th Oct 2017, 12:59 AM
Number of comics: 22
Number of subscribers: 5
Visitors: 7197 visitors (15027 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (2 votes)

Webcomic description

Brick Port Dogs is loosely based off the dichotomy of rural and urban Portland Maine. Seen through a magical lens of steampunk and anamorphic characterization it follows the story of Cyote and Victoria. These two dreamers meet and immediately start (mis)adventures, and generally try to change their reality. Full of highly detailed art with a wicked gritty and steamy feeling to it. Brick City is unique in the way it takes inspiration from the world of Mordheim, Steampunk, and generally gritty and magical places and things and mixes them together.


Most recent comments left on Brick Port Dogs

10th Jul 2017
A two page spread. This is nearing the end of the chapter.
Left on Page 19. On the way home
4th Jul 2017
Oh, moving forward... it feels good to make pages aren't just filling a gap.
Left on Page 18. and poof...
20th Sep 2016
Here is page 3. (At last!) It's out of order, I will place it in order when I upload page 4. I apologize for the confusion that I'm creating by adding a 'prequel'.
Left on Pg. 3. Beauocracy
1st May 2016
When I'm building crowd scenes I'll often post on patreon (glowcat) or my facebook page (Lissa Malloy) for any volunteers to be faces. So, frequently the random non-recurrent faces in crowds are loosely based on real people or characters w/their permission.

Left on Pg. 2. Discovering the town...
1st May 2016
Thanks! It takes a lot of work, and as a full time tattoo artist I have little extra time, hence the slow updates. As this gains patrons, I'll be able to remove a day from the tattoo shop a week and throw it into my personal work and the comic.
Left on Pg. 1. A new home is just a ferry ride away...