The Unusual Death of Gregory Biggs (Part 4)

And finally, the conclusion of the story of Gregory Biggs. I sure hope you’ve enjoyed it.

(In case you missed it, read Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 first).

Possibly the most terrifying aspect of this story is that, despite this murder being sloppy, unplanned, committed in a public area, and shoddily covered up, Chante might have actually gotten away with it if she’d kept her mouth shut. Stories like this remind me that, despite all the Law & Order and CSI scenarios my brain is filled with, the good guys don’t always win, and people can and do get away with murder fairly frequently. Horrifying thought. Or I guess an encouraging one, if you’re a murderer.

On that note, I HOPE YOU ALL HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND.

The Unusual Death of Gregory Biggs (Part 3)

Here’s the continuation of the story of Gregory Biggs, a man from Fort Worth, TX who died in a very unusual, and tragic, way. This story is part of my ongoing series of comics based on the Wikipedia List of Unusual Deaths, which is, in my opinion, the best list on Wikipedia.

Read the first part of the story here.

Then read the second part.

Will Chante get away with it? No, probably not. Tune in next week for the conclusion of the story!

Also, keep checking back on Tuesdays for previews of the upcoming Hic & Hoc unsolved mysteries anthology!

The Unusual Death of Gregory Biggs (Part 2)

Here is the continuation of the story of the strange death of Gregory Biggs, a homeless man from Fort Worth, TX, which you may remember from the news about ten years ago. This story is part of my ongoing series of comics based on the Wikipedia List of Unusual Deaths.

You can read the first part of the comic right here.

Check back next week to see what happens next! Also, keep checking the website every  Tuesdays to see previews of Hic & Hoc‘s upcoming anthology of unsolved mysteries, which continues to be a pleasure to edit.

The Unusual Death of Gregory Biggs (Part 1)

Here’s the first part of a BRAND NEW comic! Just for you guys! I finished this comic over the summer, and it is the latest in my series of work based on the Wikipedia List of Unusual Deaths. This one focuses on the strange and untimely death of a Fort Worth, TX homeless man, Gregory Biggs, at the hands of Chante Jawan Mallard, a 25 year old nurse’s aide. It’s a sad and bizarre story. In this piece I tried to use more dialogue and character acting to tell the story than I had in previous unusual death comics. I hope you enjoy it:

I’ll be posting the rest of this story in little bits on a weekly basis, so check back to see what happens to Gregory and Chante after the crash!

I’m also currently hard at work on yet another unusual death comic that you’ll be able read in the Hic & Hoc unsolved mysteries anthology that will come out some time in the coming months, so check back for updates and previews of that as well.