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ONESHI PRESS PRESENTS THE SMELL OF... BECOMING (PREVIEW)

BecomingThere once was a horrendous smell, which wafted from the deepest bowels of hell. So to remove this foul odor, the devil hired a cheap ogre, who had the power to make things rather nice and swell. Want to know more? Then please check out the following anthology soon to be in store! Or to be more specific about it, a brand new anthology published by Oneshi Press, entitled, 'Becoming', which politely presents us with 16 short stories that all smell somewhat strange.





Well, not so long ago, I asked some of the creators who worked on this book what, Sniff-Sniff!, odor would best represent their respective stories (just so I could get a general impression of each one). So in response, they refrained from slapping me in the face, Ka-Pow!, and graciously told me...


Introduction


Title: Introduction / Genre: Sci-Fi / Number of pages: 8 pages
Written by: Lynsey G / Illustrated by: Michel Abstracto
What odor would best represent your story? I'm pretty sure it would smell like a mixture of oil and blood (Michel Abstracto)


I Can't Wait


Title: I Can't Wait / Genre: All-Ages / Number of pages: 4 pages
Written by: Russell Nohelty / Illustrated by: Angela Oddling
What odor would best represent your story? It would smell like grass, the type of grass you sit on next to a pond, while you're watching a frog on a lily pad (Russell Nohelty)


Pack


Title: PACK 4.1 / Genre: Urban Noir / Number of pages: 8 pages
Written by: Lynsey G / Illustrated by: Jayel Draco
What odor would best represent your story? Terrible bodega coffee stuffed with sugar and milk (Lynsey G)


The Creeping Madness


Title: The Creeping Madness / Genre: Horror / Number of pages: 8 pages
Written by: L. K. Ingino / Illustrated by: Nizamt
What odor would best represent your story? It would smell like something is just starting to burn, but you don't know what or where it's coming from (L. K. Ingino)


Tracy Queen


Title: Tracy Queen, V3.2 / Genre: Pulp / Number of pages: 8 pages
Written by: Lynsey G / Illustrated by: Jayel Draco and Jeff Foulsham
What odor would best represent your story? Sweat and lube (Jeff Foulsham)


The Chicxulub Impact


Title: The Chicxulub Impact / Genre: Psychedelic Fantasy / Number of pages: 8 pages
Written by: Kyle Lawrence / Illustrated by: Feli White and Franco Colman
What odor would best represent your story? Scorched earth and ozone (Kyle Lawrence)


Gaia


Title: Children of Gaia: The Invitation / Genre: Fantasy / Number of pages: 8 pages
Written by: Jayel Draco / Illustrated by: Jayel Draco
What odor would best represent your story? I think its scent would be akin to walking through the woods on a nice day, but something is dead nearby and you can't quite tell where it's coming from (Jayel Draco)



The 'Becoming' is a 128-page anthology that brings together 16 short comics from 37 creators of diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and geographies, in order to explore the wonderful worlds of magic and science, comedy and darkness, joy and discomfort, and pleasure and pain. Now for further information, please feel free to have a look at Oneshi Press's current Kickstarter campaign, before checking out their official Website, Facebook, and Twitter pages to see what else they might have up their sleeve (Trust me, their stuff doesn't stink)!

ONESHI PRESS PRESENTS THE SMELL OF... BECOMING (PREVIEW) ONESHI PRESS PRESENTS THE SMELL OF... BECOMING (PREVIEW) Reviewed by David Andrews on November 16, 2021 Rating: 5

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