I am pleased to announce that the “silent” ero-horror graphic novelette Beware the Asylum is now available in a couple of media. In addition to being available on its publication page, you can now read it below in a nifty slider:
Beware the Asylum is also now available, I hope for the long run, at its own page at the Internet Archive, whence you can download it in a high-resolution CBZ archive, or in a variety of other formats, or read it in the Archive’s native viewer.
An unusual feature of the Archive page is you can also download a licenses and captions file, which has new individual page captions in English, Arabic, Bengali, German, Esperanto, Persian, Filipino, French, Hausa, Hindi, Indonesia, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Punjabi, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Tamil, Telugu, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Vietnamese, Yiddish, Chinese (Simplified Characters) and Chinese (Traditional Characters). I might or might not build that out as a feature on this site (it’s fun but time consuming), but now that it’s in the archive, it can really be something for future anthropologists — probably robots or aliens after we humans have managed to do ourselves in — to puzzle over.