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"Wulf and Batsy" is a continuing series of comic adventures about a werewolf and a cute female vampire, wandering the earth in search of a place to call home. But everywhere they go, they eat people, and have to keep moving on.
This 32 page horror comic contains three short stories about Wulf and Batsy, titled, "Them's Monsters", "If You Knew...", and "The Left Stocking". Created, written, and illustrated by Bryan Baugh.
"Scarifying Tales" is a great sampler if you are interested in Wulf and Batsy but haven't yet read the longer trade paperback volumes. These stories are little episodes unto themselves. They will give you a good feel for the characters but won't leave you feeling like you are "missing something" just because you haven't read other Wulf and Batsy material.
There's a lot more of that cuteness in the books.
Check em out!
Based on the info on Wikipedia, that book came out in 2005 and doesn't sound anything like the premise of my storyline other than a (male) werewolf and a vampire companion who get into a very different situation than my characters do. It also sounds like that book's vampire is a male (mine is female).
I've had people accuse me of imitating "Twilight" which has vampire and werewolf characters... and which also came out long after I created Wulf and Batsy.
And I've had people on Deviant Art accuse me of ripping off the monster illustrations in the Art Instruction book: "Scared: How To Draw Horror Comic Characters". They apparently didn't notice I was the co-author and illustrator of that book and was only posting my own illustrations from it, on DA.
Anyway, I didn't mean to jump on you, but based on these past experiences I've become a little trigger-happy about accusations like that.
Sorry if I misunderstood your intent.