Tag Archives: The Everywhere Anthology

Which You?

by Chris Miskiewicz

“I’m very old fashioned for a bisexual polyamorous girl,” she said as I lit a cigarette, which was an odd thing to do since I don’t smoke. “Well that’s very interesting, but I’m afraid that we’re out of time. I have another appointment down the block at three.” Her smile dropped some of its […]

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ADRIFT

by Chris Miskiewicz

Adrift written by Chris Miskiewicz. Art by Kate McElroy.

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Last Night at Sunny’s

by Chris Miskiewicz

Last night the wind was so strong outside of Sunny’s as it whipped off the bay. A building has to have something to it to take that much spirit in the face so often. That constant force, unending, coming straight from the sea. I remember when we found the bar ten years ago. Red […]

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HASPIEL & MISKIEWICZ’S POLITICAL HUMOR COMIC: OBAMBIES EVERYWHERE!!!

by Chris Miskiewicz

EVERYWHERE returns to ACTIVATEcomix today with the politically charged madcap adventure OBAMBIES EVERYWHERE!!! (That’s right…Zombie Obama’s Everywhere.) “Where two good ‘ole boys try to defend themselves against a zombie horde of unstoppable change…”  Written by Chris Miskiewicz with art by Activatecomix founder & Emmy Winner Dean Haspiel “Obambies Everywhere is a tongue in cheek response to the hype and exaggerated […]

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EVERYWHERE RETURNS TO ACTIVATE WITH: PRIMATES EVERYWHERE

by Chris Miskiewicz

The newest episode of The Everywhere Anthology is live today on ACTIVATEComix.   PRIMATES EVERYWHERE!!! “Where a British rocker and a mysterious lady with a cool car have to fight their way through a whole lot of Monkey Business to attempt a daring escape from LA…” Written by Chris Miskiewicz with Art by Omar Angulo          Omar Angulo is a graphic […]

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The Background

by Chris Miskiewicz

I don’t know why I was at that party. It was 1940 and I had cut off my remaining rock-n-roll locks for a second SAG waiver. Then, Leonardo DiCaprio walked past me. We never made the final cut. I had just left an uptown project. I’m sure that I didn’t live there, but I […]

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The Writer

by Chris Miskiewicz

I can’t sleep, so I walk through the house to the kitchen and stare out the back window towards Manhattan. The moon’s supposed to be out, but instead clouds line the sky like a fine grey powder as the wind comes from the west. My hand finds my forehead and begins to scratch at […]

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Cobain

by Chris Miskiewicz

I had just turned around from closing my locker only to get thrown back into it by the force of a truck hitting me in the chest. The combination lock jammed into my back bringing stars into my eyes as the sound of a cannon bang rattled down the long line of lockers. “Hey […]

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WHALES EVERYWHERE 2 on ACT-I-VATE

by Chris Miskiewicz

The newest episode of The Everywhere Anthology is live today on ACT-I-VATE! WHALES EVERYWHERE 2: “Where we continue from the last episode as Flo tries to save the baby whale that’s still alive in her neighbors pool…”           Written by Chris Miskiewicz with art by Ashley Quigg Ashley Quigg is the writer and artist of the weekly webcomic Space […]

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Good House

by Chris Miskiewicz

She walks down Manhattan Avenue with strong shoulders and a supple posture. Her dog trails behind as well as leads her along. It’s a familiar walk, like they’ve been doing this together for a while. The street aches from bitter winds. Steam blows from manhole covers and smokestacks. While the scent of bread from […]

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The Copy Shop

by Chris Miskiewicz

     The florescent lights flicker above me. I can hear them. But, more important is the fact that I can feel them. It’s something about the electric. I know it is.      My stomach hurts, and I can smell this shirt. I hate this shirt. I really do. But my stomach is […]

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the rosebush awning, 1979 – Seeing where the dolls went

by Chris Miskiewicz

.     the rosebush awning, 1979 .     Seeing where the dolls went      We made the long drive out to the island where they lived encapsulated in one of those towns that exist only as an exit sign on the L.I.E. Just a flash of green with a number marking […]

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