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TWO DEAD QUEERS is proud to present a second collection of salacious artwork and decadent prose by the diabolically deviant duo K. M. Claude and R. E. Hellinger.

Get ready to get sick with... QUARANZINE!

40 pages, Paperback

Published August 30, 2018

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K.M. Claude

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K. M. Claude is an indie horror and erotica cartoonist creating comics, zines, and other works of art that glorify the grotesque, delight in the deviant, and sexualize the sordid. His work is best described as erotic Southern Gothic — a mix of the sensually gorgeous and the horrifically grotesque — that draws heavy inspiration from Catholicism, Western animation from the early ’90s, and Japanese horror, comics, and musicals.

When not creating and publishing his own body of work, Claude serves as a contributing interior and cover artist for Vas Littlecrow’s Velvet Rasputin. He also founded Two Dead Queers, a creative collaboration that publishes digital horror zines free of charge, with R. E. Hellinger. Prior to Two Dead Queers, he was the editor, contributing artist, and force behind nonSENSE Press and its two anthologies.

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1,414 reviews
September 1, 2018
I got very excited when I saw a twitter post saying Two Dead Queers present a new zine! Their content is truly something unique.

Quaranzine is about quarantine and imprisonment, I think? And incurable things? Things that do not need cure, after all? How “healers” are messed up?...
It’s a fun puzzle to figure out what connects all of the stories in one zine.

It’s morbid and gorey and strange. I love the zine format of combining comics and short stories and notes/memoirs format?...
Also vampires and gorgeous art style!

Quaranzine is not for the faint of heart, it’s not my usual type of read but I’m hooked on Two Dead Queers content, I hope they’ll publish more works like that!

CW: gore, body horror, violence, imprisonment, rape, incest
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2,831 reviews28 followers
September 16, 2018

Where the previous zine focused on beheadings/losing one's mind, Quaranzine sets its theme on infections and sickness, mental and physical, often combined beautifully.

Claude's panels are creative and evocative, anatomy on point and so, so lovely. Hellinger's fiction, tantalizing and fun, "Found Notes," a total treat.

Love it, love you guys, keep making good art please?
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