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Lutzbug
loved birds way before they were the word
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Lutz | she/her | 27

I’m a queer cartoonist who makes oddball comics about dorky furries. Warehouse grunt by day, comic artist and illustrator by night.

My interests include surrealism, retro design aesthetics, true crime, 70s and 80s horror, vintage ephemera, psychology, liminal spaces, and birds.

Sole creator of Krazy Noodle Massacre.

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Krazy Noodle Massacre
A surreal psychological horror-comedy comic.

Rhodes and Dempsey are a young married couple who are just getting started in life. They'd like to move forward with their own careers and goals, but they keep getting distracted by everything from cutesy video games to tasteless late-night shows about serial killers. Late one night, Dempsey comes home with a wild story about running into a jittery man at the grocery store who buys almost nothing but a generic macaroni product called "Krazy Noodles." Much to Rhodes' hesitation, Dempsey comes up with a plan to go spying on him the following week so that Rhodes can see him for himself. They might think they're just going on a funny little adventure, but neither of them have any clue how much trouble they're about to cause---not only for themselves, but the guy they want to stare at.

Meanwhile, Gideon wants to be left alone so he can build his noodle sculptures in peace, but his worst fears come true when he realizes that he's being followed around by two strange guys at the grocery store. It doesn't help that he's being haunted by a psychic vampire incubus named Gabriel, who pretends to be his best friend but encourages his worst paranoid tendencies. He already deals with suffocating anxiety—how will he cope with being viewed like a zoo animal?

CW: Has some violence and cartoon blood. Later chapters will contain body horror. Has mild innuendo, but no graphic sexuality or full-frontal nudity. There will likely be bare butts. Has heavy overarching themes relating to mental illness, paranoia, trauma, emotional abuse, and anxiety. Occasional vulgar language.
Recommended for mature readers age 16+.

Last update: 2nd Jun 2021
Violent Content Occasional Frontal Nudity Occasional Strong Language