A peculiar comedy by Dave DeLuca and Wes Jenkins. Set in the heart of the Brutish Empire and the uncivil belly of Merika of the 1860’s, this is a bumpy tale of a twisted aristocrat, who is conducting sovereign-sanctioned ergot experiments on his entourage, who in turn are controlled by dark and fatuous forces. Dickens meets Jules Verne in Dada soaked Victoriana.
This exclusive eBook edition has been lovingly hand-crafted, using only the finest authentic Victorian-era pixels. Profusely illustrated and professionally punctuated, it will delight and astonish even the most jaded thrill seekers!
Praise for “Dorkus”:
“It’s quite risible. Bulldada of the highest – and lowest – variety. SubGenius from a parallel world of the absurd.”
– Rev. IVAN STANG from the Church of the Subgenius
“Where do you find the time to do this? I don’t have the time. Where did you get the time?”
– Wes’ next door neighbor
“I like the pictures and if I never read a book again, this would be on the top of my list.”
– James H., Former professor at an Ivy League University that would rather not have their names mentioned in regards to a book called Dorkus
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was raised by a pack of balloons and has been an imaginary cowboy since the 50’s. He was a Senior Producer/Creative Lead for LEGO Media International (LEGO Island), Graphic/A.D. for Stanford University, wrote for and performed at a local San Francisco comedy radio show, artist for the California Academy of Sciences, and has freelanced for Disney, NASA, PBS, and on and on. He has had a 40 year career as an Artist, Writer and Creative Director. He is now retired and happy.
is a writer, artist, and musician living near Cleveland. He was the writer of a TV ‘rockumentary’ titled “John Lennon Remembered,” and an award-winning article in Cleveland Magazine titled “The Mad, Mad Daddy of Cleveland Radio.” He is the author of books, and radio and screenplays. He was a co-writer of Brainrot Radio Theatre on WCSB in Cleveland, and of numerous songs with Cleveland bands “The Chronics” and “The Clocks.” He can be heard on “The Hour of Slack” radio show.