A few things about which I will blather...
by the.molco

Okay, first, I want to thank everyone who has been keeping up with Obscurat and voting for it on I greatly appreciate the support and hope you will continue to watch the story(-ies) evolve.

Next, TAH73 has been doing an amazing job, in my opinion, rendering the scripts. He has recently begun adding more detail and shading to the pages/panels, and his skill improves with every stroke, I am convinced. As "The Hunted" chapter of Obscurat progresses, you will see more of what I mean. I am both impressed and excited.

Lastly, I want to invite all of you to e-mail me any questions or comments you have regarding Obscurat, any of it's characters, or even me. The easiest method is to find me on Facebook, as I check it quite often during the day. If you are a bit more patient, you can e-mail me here.

I think that's it for now, stay tuned for a brief bit about Mister Dead later this week!

by the.molco

Seta and other Keepers are constructs of the Gods. Their function is to maintain the balance of the city in which they are located. In this case, Seta "keeps" Obscurat.

some changes...
by the.molco

Next week, some important changes are coming to Obscurat. Mister Dead will be speaking with a more legible font (=D) which I am very happy about. The inks are done digitally, meaning much crisper images.

I want to release one page on Monday and one on Friday, so I'm going to test that out.


Also, feel free to drop me a line and let me know what you think about Obscurat: the.molco at gmail


by the.molco

Charm is the son of a nun and Mister Dead. He wasn't quite up to the task of being Mister Dead's "right hand man," so he settled in Obscurat. His "sister," Seta, is his almost constant companion.

His beverage of choice is Earl Grey tea.

by the.molco

Merchant is the waiter at "Tea and Tea," Charm's favorite teahouse. He has also attached himself as Charm's best friend. Poor Merchant doesn't even know his name. He was formerly a zombie for a Voudon Queen in Louisiana. Now he is, at best, a half wit.