As evil as the Devil’s music of Rock and Roll ever got, these are the legendary true tales of Norwegian Black Metal – told in the classic EC horror comics style in one harrowing Graphic Novel. 60% of all profits will go to the Bangladesh project Educate A Girl where underprivileged girls at JAAGO schools will have a greater chance of escaping poverty, raise the standard of living of their communities and have healthier and productive lives.


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As innovative as it was horrific, Norway’s contribution to the underground metal scene in the late 80s and early 90s left classic albums, charred churches and real corpses. While these sadistic Scandinavian stories have been told many times in documentaries and online blogs – Tales From the Black Circle is the first of its kind to tackle these tales in ghastly graphic fashion.

Filipino artist Perminkun’s realistic drawings of classic Hip Hop album covers. 60% of all profits will be donated to the ‘Empower Filipino Teenage Girl Survivors of Abuse’ program –  a crisis intervention and recovery center for street girls who have been traumatized by multiple kinds of abuse and sexual exploitation.

Indonesia’s EmpTV Choiron drops the first set of his analog realism style 12” pencil artworks for Third World Posse. Check out the precise level of detail with these one of a kind pencil drawings of classic alternative, hard rock, punk and metal albums. 60% of all profits are donated to Help bring Palliative Care to Indonesia’s Children.

Loser Disco drops his first collection of creepy cinemagraphs based on iconic horror movie franchises. 90% of all profits will be donated to the Educating the Slums’ program by Global Giving – helping children living in the slums of Dhaka, Bangladesh, break the cycle of poverty through education and healthcare.