Comics

In Print

Check out my comic and zine store to buy whatever comics and zines I have in print.

Webcomics

  • The Insult is a webcomic that I write periodically.
  • A few years ago, my wife Nicole and I made a webcomic called Time Wounds All Heels.
  • The short-lived Are We Not Batmen? was a mashup of classic newspaper strips and Devo lyrics.
  • The also-short-lived Entropia is not archived online anywhere, but it may be collected soon as part of a print collection.

Out of Print

Feel free to download and enjoy the following PDFs of some of my old comics. The comics are all Copyright (c) 2017 by Scott Marshall. All rights reserved.

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The DIY Comic – I made this for my son’s book club as an activity. It’s a PDF of a blank 8-page comic plus pages of word balloons, special effect lettering, and caption boxes. The writing and drawing is up to you. Use the page templates in whatever order you want, then photocopy or bind them together. Trim lines are provided for the standard comic book size.


Please note that most of these old comics are not suitable for young children. Viewer discretion is advised. ;)

Dregs, Part 1 – pages from mini-comics that I did at the beginning of my career,  25 years ago in some cases. The drawing is rough but some of the jokes still work. Download PDF or CBR.

Dregs, Part 2 – More of the ’90s comics, as I shifted from mini comics to a magazine sized format. The art is more bearable.

Relativity – a mini-comic about time and space, circa 1995.

Stolen Car – adaptation of a favourite song by the Rheostatics.

You’re Not Fooling Anyone – inspired by the Columbine high school shootings.

Comics for Coalfish – editorial cartoons I made for a local news website a few years ago.