The second volume of the Spoon Knife anthology includes Andrew M. Reichart’s short story “Monsters” (set in the same city as the Weird Luck webcomic), and Nick Walker’s 15,000-word novelette “Bianca and the Wu-Hernandez” (a deeper look into the Reality Patrol, and into the backstories of two of the webcomic’s central characters).
The first volume of the annual Spoon Knife literary anthology from Autonomous Press includes Andrew M. Reichart’s short story “Testimony of the Teen Ogre” (a disturbing glimpse into the teen years of Max, one of the central characters in the Weird Luck webcomic), and Nick Walker’s short memoir “Kelly’s Blackbird” (a disturbing glimpse into the teen years of Nick himself).
Akaz, the Wolf-God of Chaos and Destruction, is a central figure in the Weird Luck Novels and Issue 0 of the comic, but where is he in the webcomic?
The spectacular finale to Andrew M. Reichart’s City of the Watcher trilogy. In this volume, Jack Waghalter, the messianic Cannibal-King glimpsed at the end of Weird Luck in the City of the Watcher and Time-Traveling Blues in the City of the Watcher, takes center stage and tells his own version of the events leading up to the apocalyptic Battle of Melkhaios.
32 pages of Horror Comedy Comic Goodness, featuring the 21 page one-shot story “Coked Out Demon Worshippers” and a 4 page bonus short “Water Damage.” This is the first fruit from the Weird Luck tree. Get it while it’s ripe. Both stories written by Andrew M. Reichart and drawn by Mike Bennewitz.
Some time after the City of the Watcher trilogy, an amnesiac Jack Waghalter wanders between alternate universes in someone else’s body. A surreal paranoid novel by Andrew M. Reichart, loaded with pieces of the intricate puzzle that is the Weird Luck Saga.