Read the comics online for free!

25 Aug

UPDATE 4-9-2012: I have a “real” website now! Check it out over at, it has a LOT of comics on it!


Below are links to the comics! It’s best to begin by reading the prologue, as the stories make more sense that way. Each of these comics is an imaginary short film by THIS GUY.


The story begins, and a rivalry between artists grows bitter.

Issue #1: The Twins (Le Jumelles)

Two young women, bound by blood, vie for the crown of their kingdom. But Satan has a horse in this race…

Issue #2: A Voyage to the Moon

Two stories in this one! In the first, the creatures of myth set aside their differences to engage in a contest of skills in a whimsical silent story. The second is a forgotten draft of Melies’ most famous film, Voyage to the Moon, with a less crowd-pleasing ending.

Issue #3: The Island of Dr. Moreau

Melies attempts to film H.G. Wells’ classic horror story, but there is a mismatch of storytelling styles. Also included is the long-lost short film, “The Man Whose Bi-Cycle Wheel Grew Too Large”.


I’ve started doing other stuff too, including some new comics! Check out the menu at the top of the screen.

Putting this website together is a labor of love, but if you enjoy it, please consider donating! Any amount is greatly appreciated.

I’m also selling the first four chapters in a pretty little zine/book that is re-edited and includes sketches, photographs and the original covers for the series. Make a donation of $8 or more and I’ll send it out to you (this includes the cost of shipping and handling)! I also sell the individual issues for $2.00 each (the $1.00 covers shipping and handling). Just send me an email with your donation and tell me what you’d like!

Of course, you can just give me money too! 😉


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1 Comment

Posted by on August 25, 2011 in Georges Melies Comics


One response to “Read the comics online for free!

  1. Lara Flierl

    September 24, 2011 at 4:18 pm

    “Someday, after mastering the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the energies of love, and then, for a second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire.” ~ Pierre Teilhard de Chardin


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