Webcomic profile: Ninety-Nine Righteous Men
Ninety-Nine Righteous Men
A webcomic
Last update: 6th Jan 2017, 6:00 AM
Graphic Violence / Gore Frequent Frontal Nudity Strong Sexual Themes Frequent Strong Language
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When Father Daniel suspects that one of his parishioners is possessed, he has no choice but to perform an exorcism. Too bad the monsignor does not believe him and the only exorcist still in the diocese is Father Adam, with whom Daniel shares a less than lovely history...

Authors

kmclaude
kmclaude
K. M. Claude is a queer freelance artist, comic creator, and writer from New Orleans, Louisiana. Dealing primarily in digital art with the occasional pen-and-marker piece, their work is best described as erotic Southern Gothic — a mix of the sensually gorgeous and the horrifically grotesque — that draws heavy inspiration from Catholicism, Western animation from the early ’90s, and Japanese horror, comics, and musicals.

Most recent comments left on Ninety-Nine Righteous Men

MK_Wizard
I am happy to have come across this.
kmclaude
Thank you so much! I enjoy making dark works but I do think it needs a purpose so I am glad that this comic achieved, like you said, dark with a purpose--and that it makes you think and is even relatable. That's really flattering and I am thrilled that you liked it.
MK_Wizard
I don't think Adam is all bad, but still... nothing he says or does will make what he did ok. No matter what, no matter who, no matter the feelings, no matter the desire, only "yes" means "yes". And if you never hear "yes", then it's "no" by default. Period.
MK_Wizard
There are very few stories that are this dark and like, but what I like about it is that it's dark with a purpose. That and makes you think about so many things like faith and lGBT. And the true meaning of sin. I felt so bad for Daniel. He was a good guy and a good priest. He just had his own wounds that never entirely healed which I find is something many people regardless of belief or orientation can relate to.

I liked it.
Oh. So. Um. Shit just got real.