Meat Cake 00：
Meat Cake 01：
In this first issue of the cult classic, Meat Cake, you’ll meet a cavalcade of narcissistic, fantastic characters like Richard Dirt, Effluvia the mermaid, Friend the Girl, Strega Pez and more. These frenetic comics penned under a blood red moon are soaking in a sassy gothic appeal. Plus, there’s a cake walk.
Meat Cake 02：
Meat Cake continues with Dame Darcy’s lovable cast of miscreants in their one page gags and multi-page stories. Hindrance and Perfidia the two headed twins set to see and run into Effluvia. Richard Dirt and beau Wax Wolf devise a devious (and sexy) way to ride the bus on the cheap to describe just a few of the tasty tidbits here.
Meat Cake 03：
The comic book for folks with their heads in the 1800s and their crotches in the 2000s struts boldly ahead with illustrated excerpts from the circa-1923 beekeeping manual “Queen Rearing Symplified.” Learn everything you’ve always wanted to know about handling nasty fighting bees and bad, bad weather — but were afraid to ask! Also: the touching story of a girl who loves carpenters, goes koo-koo, and builds thousands of rooms onto her house so she can have somewhere to go. Sound neat-o? Wild? Spastic-manic-trance inducing? Then hop your butts on board, you silly goof-balls; there’s Meat Cake in them thar hills!
Meat Cake 04：
Snowball fights and striped scarves brighten up the pages of Meat Cake while the light shining through a stain glass house in a new fairy tale threatens to burn up Dame Darcy’s characters. Also, learn CPR (no foolin’!).
Meat Cake 05：
In the next issue of Meat Cake, Friend the Girl goes off to start an apiary and study under Dr. Granny (also a known beekeeper). Hold your horses for another fairy tale of equine proportions as Dame Darcy delights in ‘Ghost Filly’ and more murderous rage fills the short stories than you can shake an already-bloodied stick at!
Meat Cake 06：
The real star of issue 6 of Meat Cake is Wax Wolf who continues to terrorize his friends from the dinner table and beyond the veil. Effluvia the mermaid and Scampi the Selfish Shellfish join in on the comic escapades to make sure Hindrance and Perfidia’s party is going along swimmingly and my oh my, is there a lot of drinking.
Meat Cake 07：
Rich, decadent, delicious, and a little bit dangerous, this heapin’ helpin’ of Meat Cake is sure to satisfy even the most discriminating palate! Dig in to these tales of depravity, violence, pyromania, and obsession. Dig in to these tales of depravity, violence, pyromania, and obsession with Richard Dirt, Wax Wolf, Hindrance and Perfida, Friend the Girl, Strega Pez and a host of others! Stories such as “Bullets for Breakfast,” “Demon Drink,” “Twist of Fate,” and “Cozy Corner” add up to one of the most unique offerings in comics.
Meat Cake 08：
A story and activity page concerning a headless corpse, a bleeding tree, and baby sucking rabbits. The unusual Wax Wolf, Richard Dirt fiasco as well as more illustrated Appalachian folk songs. This song is about a mother who sends her children away to school only to have them come back as ghosts!
Meat Cake 09：
Darkness spreads in “Hungry is the Heart” as the Woolenboys raise a strange girl they found near the Devil’s Hat Stand. Plus, roommate troubles boil under the surface with everyone’s favorite Richard Dirt and Friend the Girl.
Meat Cake 10：
Bluegrass queen, mystic, actress and scenemaker Dame Darcy stuffs her comics to the bursting with odd characters and situations, and elaborate illustrations evocative of Charles Addams and Edward Gorey.
Meat Cake 11：
In Dame Darcy’s neo-Victorian world of two-headed beauties, mermaids and deathly adventures, the horrible and shadowy people are the most seductive. Most recently seen in Alan Moore’s Tomorrow Stories, Dame Darcy continues to delight us with her wicked sense of play with more Meat Cake! This issue: Hindrance and Perfida reclaim their ruby choker stolen by a criminal lady and find Richard’s husband in the process, Tommaso Nicolao lends his dark pen to lithely illustrate a tragic ghost story, and fine, delicious recipes from the Latchkey Kids Cookbook. Plus the beautiful continuation of the watery “Planet Blue” story.
Meat Cake 12：
The blithely dark shadows of Dame Darcy’s seductive Victorian-inspired world cover the surface of yet another intriguing serving of Meat Cake. In this issue: elegant society reveals its true nature with tales of deflowering demons, tea with a couple of Playboy Bunny virgins, a running commentary on Romanians, delinquent dolls, and what happened when Fashion Week met the apocalypse. This one delivers more of the heightened mix of proper etiquette and surreal dreamscapes that has made Dame Darcy a favorite with the lads and lasses over the years!
Meat Cake 13：
The blithely dark shadows of Dame Darcy’s seductive Victorian-inspired world cover the surface of yet another intriguing serving of Meat Cake. In this issue: Learn along with all the Meat Cake characters as they attend the Bat Institute of Technology and take classes such as Drunken Boxing 101 and Vampire Attack Class, etc.; listen to a fairytale about a witch who instructs a young man how to turn leaves into gold at the cost of trapping his soul in his shadow; and Strega Pez assists her Alzheimer’s-stricken grandma by putting signs on everything. This one delivers more of the heightened mix of proper etiquette and surreal dreamscapes that has made Dame Darcy a favorite with the lads and lasses over the years!
Meat Cake 14：
In every issue of Meat Cake, Dame Darcy slices-and-dices goodies into a comics feast, and this latest issue is no exception. Darcy delights with tidbits such as the histories of rock star witches Clara Bow and Cleopatra, tips on how to “exercise” one’s demons, a fairy tale in which accessories revolt and a magical-doll story — all rendered in her absinthe-soaked Victorian art style. Peppering these deliciously wicked stories are Darcy’s charming characters — Friend the Girl, Richard Dirt, Effluvia the Mermaid and Mee-Moo, among many others.
Meat Cake 15：
Richard Dirt and Friend the Girl show you exactly how to pass the Zombie Survival Test before Dame Darcy takes a trip around the world gathering local lore like the Chupacabre of Texas and the Science Un-Fair. Plus, get your munch on with her finest raw food recipes!
Meat Cake 16：
Meat Cake profiles the romantic Rudolph Valentino, the secret language of flowers, love spells, and spells for mermaid hair. Plus: don’t miss the true tale of the magical ball and a kitten left by the faeries in a box of nails, depictions of 16th century folk ballads about the uselessness of everything, as only Dame Darcy can depict. And…sex magic!
Meat Cake 17：
Just because Dame Darcy is busy with music, dollmaking, and being a reality TV star, that doesn’t mean she’s stopped baking her beloved Meat Cake, and here’s a new issue to prove it! In Meat Cake 17, God is revealed to the Faeiry Sisters — so of course they get into a fight over it. Also, Trixxie Roxx stars in “The Horrors of Fame,” what Darcy describes as “a punk-rock version of those cheesy 1940s romance novels where the girls are going through hyperdrama all the time” — plus more kee-razy neo-Goth fairy-tale madness from one of comics’ true originals!
出版社：Fantagaphics Books｜作者：Dame Darcy｜插图：Dame Darcy｜出版日期：1993-2006｜格式：jpg｜册数：15v｜页数：435p｜尺寸：2000×3050px｜大小：682m｜语种：英文｜状态：Issues：15/18