Todd M. Coe’s art for my upcoming novel: “Brother Cobweb.”
Brother Cobweb is a character I created at the age of seven, in a comic book, which I titled “The Brother Cobweb Chronicles.” Brother Cobweb was a response/revolt/private protest to what I considered my own personal horror of being forced to attend a Pentecostal church, along with growing up in a dumbed down and oppressive fundamentalist environment. I created that comic from volumes of sketchbooks I produced during endless church services (for eighteen years, I literally taught myself how to draw during those charismatic anti-ritual rituals).It’s interesting then to see him become an actual horror exhibit in a huanted house attraction. As I used to say (spewing sarcasm) “Amen Brother Cobweb.”
Additional Todd M. Coe art for my upcoming novel: “Brother Cobweb.”
Alfred Eaker Perfroming as “BROTHER COBWEB” at The House Of Shadows,” in Portland, Oregon.
Brother Cobweb’s Short Bus 2 Perdition (at The House Of Shadows, Portland, Oregon)!
BLUEMAHLER performing as Brother Cobweb in the short film, “I Was Married To A Mermaid” ©2013 Alfred Eaker
Paintings I created in 1997, based off original sketches I made, as a child, attending Pentecostal church services from the late 60s to my teen years in the early 80s.
Additional Alfred Eaker art planned for the novel, Brother Cobweb:
©2015 Alfred Eaker