We aren't mainstream and we are proud of this fact. We mostly do comics, but it goes way beyond that.

This project’s mission is to create entertaining, accessible and boundary-pushing sequential art fiction that encourages conversations about liberty, culture, violence, politics, sexuality and spirituality. In other words, we create crazy stuff that will make you think.

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We encourage you to question everything.

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Studio A.d.H.D and Michael Aston/Shaun Nicholls Join As Velvet Rasputin’s Newest Member Studios

For years, VAS Littlecrow Studios has been the sole studio network responsible for Velvet Rasputin’s creative output, with the assistance of an amazing team of creative freelancers. However, as Velvet Rasputin has been rebuilding and growing, the collective has been actively cultivating relationships with emerging artists and studios. So, it is with great pleasure that we announce the […]

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Prairiephotos Memorial and The Return of Upir’s Mark

We’d like to introduce two new active projects to the Velvet Rasputin family, The Prairiephotos Memorial and the return of Upir’s Mark as a full multimedia entity. The Prairiephotos Memorial Prairiephotos ceased operations in May 12, 2014, after the passing of its founder. However, by request of his family and model friends and in accordance to his […]

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Webcomic Whipcrack: Demon Archives

The upcoming Into The Vast Review has been cancelled due to that webcomic’s untimely conclusion and removal from the Internet. Instead, I am publishing a postponed review of Demon Archives. The Zukahnaut review will be postponed until later in June due to circumstances beyond my control. Critical Synopsis Overall, the Demon Archives webcomic is action-packed and entertaining enough for […]

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Webcomic Tip, Crits, 80’s Metal Party + The State of Velvet

Webcomic Tip Instead of freaking out over someone offering you an insultingly small amount of money for a full-color illustration, tell a short story about your creative process.  Be sure to educate your prospect on the importance of professional work and everything it entails. Afterwards, offer the prospective client a choice between your professional work or, cheap work from a source like […]

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Everyone’s (a) Critic(ized)

The Critic and the Critiqued Criticism provides an integral function in the art world, webcomics included. Critiques of high-caliber can hurt like salt on a wound, while at the same time inspiring the subject to create better work. The best critics craft knowledgeable commentaries that shine with a passion for the subjects of review. Webcomic creators are well-served […]

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