HamsterBandit Industries at Hamsterwheel.art The new home of the webcomic HamsterBandit Industries. Previous posts of the comic have been removed from this blog as its primary purpose is as a hub page for projects.
New ghost story up! Fake It ‘Til You Make It: Madame Lareesia, aka Patricia ‘Patty’ Miller of Detroit, Michigan is not in the business of providing truthful fortunes to her customers. She provides a bespoke service of comfort and pat solutions. To her annoyance, her spectral playmate believes honesty is the best policy.
New drabble collection up! Have been posting them slowly to my Patreon before final edit, now they’re ready. 10 More Haunted Drabbles A woman gardens strange flowers. A girl deals with her mother’s match-making ghost. A tormented haunting is welcome. An unwelcome friend on a walk.
Latest story is 10 bite-size ghost stories in the Ghost Stories category. 10 Haunted Drabbles 10 very short ghost stories. The miracle that wasn’t, a mixtape with more than memories, a dangerous garden, and more in this collection.
A new story has been added to the ghost stories section. Haunted Places, Haunted Spaces A compilation of 15 haunted locations and objects.
The Ghost Stories page has 3 new stories! As well there’s a page now to Support HamsterBandit! New stories: Pop Goes Jack A short story about toys, children, and how it doesn’t end well when you completely dismiss both. I lived alone with my daughter in a house which was far too large for us, […]
2 new stories – a reporter dealing with a superhero who looks just like him, and a retired superheroine whose ex-nemesis just won’t let her mow her lawn in peace. The new section Superheroics and Supervillainy collects the non-St. Genevieve superhero stories.
I have added the last two years of ghost stories to the page. 7 new ones! A haunted planet, something that should not be under the sea, and an old Canadian urban legend make an appearance in these tales. Please go to Ghost Stories to read them!
To the new Ghost Stories page! Seven stories ranging from sad to sweet to spooky, all written in Autumn of 2017.