Tourniquet, SSBB 33

  • Nov. 6th, 2011 at 10:56 PM
neomeruru: (the end is nigh)
Don't mind me, I'm just reposting my [ profile] bb_shousetsu submission over here so it lives on my journal too! If you haven't read it yet, it sure would be nice of you if you considered this your chance. :)

with illustrations by [ profile] lihsa
for Shousetsu Bang*Bang, issue 33 - Myths and Monsters

content notes: zombies, boyfriends, zombie boyfriends, awkward fail sex, off-screen racism, animal-related gore, general bodily discomfort mixed in with the porn; about 15k words. Expanded author notes and a bonus zombipocalypse soundtrack here.

Sam had always thought he'd be doing something more thematically appropriate when the dead started coming back to life. )

shousetsu round-up and READ MY STUFF <3

  • Oct. 24th, 2011 at 10:54 AM
neomeruru: (the end is nigh)
The new issue of [ profile] bb_shousetsu is live, and oh boy, is it ever a good one. They got an astounding number of stories this time around, and so many of my favorite authors. I haven't read them all yet, but here are some I can recommend by brand name alone:

* Bright Mouths by [ profile] ladysisyphus
* The Stone Fox and the Bloody Hands by [ profile] ladysisyphus and [ profile] drmoonpants
* Unidentified Friendship Objective by our very own [ profile] jibrailis
* Love Will Tear Us Apart (or, The Modern Pygmalion) by [ profile] drmoonpants and I am looking forward to this one because apparently it's disturbing and The Wilderness was SO AMAZINGLY DISTURBING.

This is one I did read, because I illustrated it:

* El Presidio Rides North by my homegirl [ profile] beeblebabe is going to be the best story you've read all year. I laughed, I... okay, I laughed some more. Then when I was done laughing, I realized I was in love with a sassy cholo and his twee little piece of ass. And I like the art I did:

art for El Presidio Rides North under the cut - mild spoilers, no warnings )

And finally, there's the one that I wrote:

* Tourniquet is a story about unnatural biological disasters, stubborn boys in love, less limbs per capita than Star Wars, and a huge fucking helping of explicit zombie blowjobs. I also made a fanmix, which you can download in the author notes. Click it! Or just read the story! Or read the story and come back for the fanmix! Or don't read the story, that's fine, but I might make a sad face at you.

It was illustrated by the amazing [ profile] lihsa, who made not one, by three pictures for it, which as an illustrator myself I have to tell you that is pretty damn amazing.

As always, I humbly ask you to go take a look at the issue and read and comment on even just one story, because it would mean a lot to the authors! I know there's a lot to choose from this time, but those ones up there are a pretty good place to start!

author notes for Tourniquet + a fanmix!

  • Oct. 22nd, 2011 at 11:58 PM
neomeruru: (the end is nigh)
I wrote a thing! That thing I wrote is Tourniquet, aka 'zombieboyfrands', and I wrote it for the Hallowe'en issue of Shousetsu Bang*Bang. Original queer fiction! Zombies! You know the drill! I'll do a big post later about this issue of SSBB and all the goodness it contains, but this entry here is just for Tourniquet.

Behind the cut are just the author notes for the story. But also behind the cut is something way better: a melancholy mini-mix for when the zombie apocalypse comes and fucks up your shit and all you want to do is sit down and have a good cry.

everything is zombies and everything hurts )

unmasking bane: art for TDKR

  • Apr. 23rd, 2011 at 12:37 AM
neomeruru: (like a champ)
Some speculative fanart celebrating the news that JGL has officially been confirmed as cast in The Dark Knight Returns, playing John Blake, "a Gotham City beat cop assigned to special duty under the command of Commissioner Gordon."

Obviously, I couldn't let that news go by unannounced. Blake may be an unknown right now, but that didn't stop me (or a handful of other A/E 'shippers on Twitter) to start wondering how to get Bane and John Blake onscreen (and off-screen, rrowr) together.

now with WORDS, because apparently I have a John Blake voice )
neomeruru: (you should have seen me reading dunhill)
So sometimes I have words! They're not very good words, but during the LJ outage yesterday I participated in the outpouring of twitterfic, and because I am contrary, they are Eames/Yusuf. <3

the story of Eames and Yusuf, in three 140-character acts:

Yusuf doesn't remember the first time he met Eames; in his defense, the paperwork for Subject 8 was not particularly memorable.

Yusuf'd never wanted men before; still wouldn't say that he DID, but he'd always been the obliging sort if adventure was involved. Or Eames.

Disentangling himself from Eames, Yusuf gestured awkwardly towards the woman by his side. "It's good to see you again too... have you met my wife?"

handing in my artist card now

  • Jan. 25th, 2011 at 3:17 AM
neomeruru: (fuck yeah)
Submitted for the approval of the Oh Christ, No One Saw Me Draw This Society, this is... the worst thing I've ever drawn.

Not worst as in form. The form is pretty smashing, actually. But I mean worst as in content, which is so much more damning. And, I mean, I drew this (blood, cock, zombies, NSFW). This is worse. This is far worse.

I give you... my contribution to the Inception Harlequin Challenge 2011.

If you can't tell from the name of the challenge, and how are you my friend if you can't, this means that there is lots and lots of cheese ahead. Cheesy, cheesy, Harlequin-romance style cheese. Your eyes cannot repel kitsch of this magnitude. I think I broke the post-modernity barrier on this one.

The Officer and the Good Lad )


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