It’s been a couple months and I still can’t stop thinking about the bloody climax of Marc Palm’s sex-and-violence caper The Fang. Though it stars a Muppet-looking vampire hunter, The Fang is decidedly not for kids. The sex scenes are explicit, the violence is gory, and Palm has a lot to say about why we cover our eyes when the best part is just about to happen." — Seattle Review of Books
VAMPIRISM, LYCANTHROPY, ASSASSINATION, WITCHCRAFT, MARIJUANA and PERVERSION!
The notorious hired monster-killer known as The FANG takes the night off to do some personal game hunting, but reconsiders killing him after she’s had a taste of his charms. After second guessing herself the next day during a messy hit, The FANG searches for wisdom in the mouthpiece of a bong. A gnarly story inspires her to take charge of the second date and quit once she’s gotten ahead.
"The Fang by Marc Palm might be the most fully realized minicomic I’ve seen since the bookstore opened in 2006 — accessibly deviant with exquisite production values, which perfectly conveys the artist’s intent." — Larry Reid, "Top Comix of 2017" for the Fantagraphics Flog.