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Welcome to Monster Pulse.

Posted on May 27, 2011 at 12:00 am in Uncategorized as part of Heart's Birth « Heart's Birth. Follow responses to this post with the comments feed. You can leave a comment or trackback from your own site.

11 Responses

  1. richard porter says:


  2. DOG says:

    a new adventure begins!! excitement!

  3. Bagels says:

    And so it flippin BEGINS, y’all.

  4. Deborah says:

    That’s how I was in school! I wrote my stories and my notes.

  5. Anise says:

    My fondest memories are of drawing comics when I should have been paying attention in class :P

  6. Night-Gaunt says:

    same here Anise. Fond memories of Garuda (aliens) and Ganesh (humans modified by them for fun) and space time portals on an alternate earth battling American Indian-Mongols in North America.

  7. Alison says:

    Say whaaaat? No alt-text?

  8. SotiCoto says:

    I vaguely recall a competition I had with a guy called Grant Hopkins in Penuwch primary school… to design the most fearsome monster. And we did spend quite a while doing so, even during lessons…
    But the competition was quite unnecessary, as I had him woefully outclassed. His monster was just a giant cyborg rat with sunglasses… whereas I was pretty much channelling Lovecraft (and a bit of Giger) at the time and made something enormous with tentacles, crab-claws, heads coming out of mouths, faces on its legs, 22 eyes, and a severe lack of respect for the square cube law.
    It didn’t have a name, because I deemed no name to be appropriate for it.

    O’course back then I didn’t want to point out to Grant how vastly inferior his stupid rat thing was, so I pretty much just ignored the vast difference in quality and cooperated in the crafting of stories of all the myriad delightful massacres committed by these monsters against puny humans.

    … Most of the time I actually did work in class though.

  9. Jeremy says:

    This is a very interesting comic you have here. The very idea of monster born from a host’s body part, yet the host still lives, is a very unique and creative, but the thought of it all seems a bit disturbing at times. Luckily for you, I have not found a reason to stop reading it.

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