In Devil Executioner, a foul-mouthed, gun-toting exorcist named Father John Torrento contends with an official Vatican investigation while attempting to free a young Italian girl from a vicious, perverted demon. The artwork is by the awesome Nicolás Giacondino, the co-creator of the Free Mars webcomic, and the story is inspired by real accounts of exorcisms given by the Chief Exorcist to the Vatican, Father Gabriele Amorth.

"Probably one of the best indie comics I’ve read… A ton of creepy fun." -

"Wonderfully researched… The Exorcist with shotguns!”

One-shot/32 pages
Martin Smith and Nicolás Giacondino.


White Hell is a survival tale
set in the Arctic about
a Victorian explorer
and his two sled dogs who
become trapped when
their sled is smashed.

One-shot.12 pages.
Story and art by
Martin Smith.


Revolutionary Suicide is a free, 8-page comic about
the Jonestown Massacre. You can read it in your browser
or download and print the PDF. It’s designed to look like
an FBI case file, so it’s A4 and easily printable.

Download/read the comic!

One-shot. 8 pages.
Story and art by Martin Smith.

Cowboys! Indians! Zombies! The Mutilated Dead has all the things that make America great.

Inspired by the real life Sand Creek Massacre of 1864, The Mutilated Deadtells the story of an American war veteran making his way home through the Wild West after a long and bloody career. When a band of vicious Indian braves attack his train, he’s forced to confront his dark past and pay for the horrific crimes which became the foundations on which his country was built.

"Smith’s writing is sophisticated and Stewart’s idiosyncratic art is brutal and memorable." -

One-shot/16 pages/Full colour interiors/Written by Martin Ian Smith/Artwork by R.H. Stewart. 


In Paralysis, my first full comic, a mad doctor
uses The London Blitz as a cover for deadly experiments.

"It’s the sort of ominous short story that Ray Bradbury
once excelled at." -

One-shot. 28 pages.
Martin Smith and J.C. Grande.