So, in 2007 I started writing the first ABDL HORROR comic, “The Legend of Drippy Jack.” The premise was a group of teens attend a summer camp for bedwetters, and start getting “bumped off” after hearing the legend of a camper who had been injured there years before.
Naturally, “bumped off” in an ABDL comic doesn’t mean gore or death– it means getting diapered. Oh, the horror!
I wrote twenty-six pages of script…
…and the artist bailed.
We had to abort the project, refund people’s money, and I shelved the project. Other things took my attention- new projects with more reliable people, for one thing. And over time, Drippy Jack got forgotten.
Then last night, my good pal Seifer reminded me of it. And lightning– that elusive, powerful force called “inspiration“– struck my brain. And so…I resurrected all the files and started writing again.
I’m pleased to announce that, COMING SOON, I will be soliciting crowdfunding for roles as campers and counsellors in the back-from-the-dead “The Legend of Drippy Jack”!
(Disclaimer: Former cast members have first dibs on characters, so don’t flood my inbox with questions about being in it just yet until I find out who’s still interested.)
In the meantime, enjoy this blast from the past, from the artist who shall not be mentioned by name!)
Starting tomorrow, and every Friday afterwards, the FIFTH issue of the popular Karis Playground series, Incontinent Student Bodies, will post one page per week until the entire issue is online! If you’re a fan of the series, this is the latest issue! If you’re new to the whole series, you can catch up by reading the earlier issues right here on the site!
Starring an ensemble of over TWELVE characters, the dormmates of Ashton Hall win a free trip to Hawaii! Join the familiar cast- J.D, Jonathan, Silas, Kaar, Dirk, and Daphne and meet some new faces in this fifth issue of the popular diaperfur series!
Excited by the prospects of Hawaii, the dormmates explore the island with the help of their tour guide, Justin…who has more in common with them than they thought!
A chance incident on the beach leads the group into a deep mystery that heightens when one of their own disappears? Who (or what) dunnit? What’s the resolution to the mystery? Say “Aloha,” and read ISB #5 to find out!
Don’t want to wait to read it week-by-week? You can purchase the entire story digitally or in print, right here!
I was really impressed by an artist I found today– his name is Charles Simpson. I sent him a “hello” email and explained what the Playground was all about– and he’s agreed to draw for me!
Of course that makes me super happy, but I’m trying him out on a pin-up print before throwing him into the realm of comics! Fingers crossed!