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The Black Ibis is a graphic novel told in nine books. Each book takes you a little deeper into a dark fairy tale that is based upon my own love of the idea that there exists a world beneath the world. This idea that sometimes a door is not just a mundane door but an entrance to someplace we reserve for our dreams. The story, at its heart, is a simple one. It revolves around one sister trying to find her sister who has become lost. She must follow the same path her sister has set out on going a little farther into this underground world of dark cabarets and strange theaters as she attempts to catch up to her sister, who is falling faster down this path in her desire to finally find a performer known as the Black Ibis. The story is absurd at times, illustrated in my particular style and filled with my legion of wonky characters and enigmatic performers. Two tarot decks accompany the story, the Sepia Stains tarot and the Black Ibis tarot, which offer illustrations of the Black Ibis underworld on each card.



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The Black Ibis Tarot Deck (-deck available again 01.2015-)
The Priestess card, the Black Ibis Tarot The Devil card, the Black Ibis Tarot The Judgement card, the Black Ibis Tarot The Hanged Man card, the Black Ibis Tarot The Fool card, the Black Ibis Tarot The Moon card, the Black Ibis Tarot The Emperor card, the Black Ibis Tarot


The Sepia Stains Tarot Deck (-deck is now available again-)
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