Authors Posts by Maika Keuben

Maika Keuben

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Maika is a bird-mad bibliophile and professional seeker of all things eldritch and awesome. When she isn't buried in books and cats, creating tentacular curiosities, or building her witchy wunderkammer, she’s wandering forests, cemeteries, and beaches of the PNW with a satchel full of toy cameras and expired film, tossing peanuts to attentive crows. She's co-editor of Archie McPhee’s Endless Geyser of Awesome and can be found haunting Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter, and possibly the trees in your backyard.

Exploring the Dark Alleys of Crime Noir Comics

The ink flowing from the pens of the writers and artists creating these crime noir comics is as dark as the night itself.

The Sentient Sculptures of Ronit Baranga

The sculpture work of Ronit Baranga exists in a liminal realm where separating the inanimate from the living is a hazardous guess at best.

Witchy Comics for Every Season: 4 Must-Reads for Your Coven

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There's so much more in the comic book universe than superheroes and supervillains. Case in point: ongoing witch-centered comics, no spandex required.

The Spooky Smell-Goods and Kitchen Witchcraft of Sucreabeille

Dark lifestyle products with a twisted sense of humor are pretty much our raison d'être. The decadent soaps and fragrances of Sucreabeille are perfect.

Tiny Tombstones for Aquariums, Gardens, and Memento Mori

This 10 piece mini graveyard kid is perfect anywhere you want some adorable death!

In ‘The Neon Demon,’ the Young and Beautiful are Worshiped and Consumed

The Neon Demon is full of your favorite things: beauty, lust, youth, necrophilia, murder, seppuku, death. What more could you possibly ask for?

Demonologica: Dressing in the Demons of Ben Templesmith

Ben Templesmith is a comic book artist and writer. He's also, naturally, a clothing designer, and his tentacle-laden offerings will make you ink yourself.

Figures In the Daydream Spaces of Scott Radke

Scott Radke creates fantastic creatures who look at home in the overlooked spaces of our human world. What would it be like to encounter them in the wild?