Comedy of the Carrion Angels
Wicked men walk on cloven feet.
Last update: 4 days ago, 1:55 AM
Graphic Violence / Gore Frequent Frontal Nudity Strong Sexual Themes Frequent Strong Language
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Lionel is an annoyed old man with cloven-hooved feet. An immortal warlock, he retires from his long-standing law career to enjoy the finer things in life. However, his father (possible vampire?), a scheming, Jewish funeral baron with mob and occult connections, wants grandchildren and is determined to get his way.
18+ readers; vulgar language, sexual content, nudity, and violence.

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Shekets
Shekets
Shekets, a loathsome object, an abomination.
A POC goth with XX chromosomes. Cynical and jaded, not a nice creature.
Pronouns: Her Satanic Majesty (full, no buts or ifs!)

I really like golems and djinns (the traditional kinds).
Samael and Astaroth are my big homies.

I must consume meat on a regular basis, or untold disasters involving infanticide shall occur.

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Most recent comments left on Comedy of the Carrion Angels

Shekets
Thank you Sam, unfortunately it's only temporary as the local Covid-19 closures effected my job. I cannot guarantee that many updates when my job resumes, but I'm very glad that you're enjoying the comic so far. Thank you for your kind words and I hope you and other readers are doing well. :)
So glad that you're back to producing this series. I've really been enjoying the story line. Hope your personal health has been well. Can't wait to see what you've got in store!
Shekets
While the "immortality is bad" trope has been done to death, I thought it was important to establish it early on as it's a reoccurring theme later on in the story and does play into why the characters have awful moral compasses lol
Shekets
Thank you; I have some confidence problems looking at my older/earlier pages and I appreciate that people like them.
Mrremoraman
Interesting. I guess immortality eventually takes its toll on you too