DOSE! is a unique reinterpretation of the super hero genre which explores what would happen
to society if the technology and superhero population introduced in the Silver Age of Comics
grew exponentially through today. Super Powers are mundane, kaiju walk the streets, and
cybernetic enhancement surgery is just a phone call away—if you have the cubits to pay for it,
that is. Within this environment, we meet the Screw Worm, an unemployed, ex-teenage
metahero sidekick with a growing dependency on drugs and too much time on his hands.
Through a series of calamitous events, the Screw Worm unwittingly stumbles onto a conspiracy
that threatens to hasten the destruction of a world already teetering on the edge of collapse.
About The Creators
After completing his thesis on Iceberg Slim and graduating
from San Francisco State University with a Masters Degree in English Literature, Sean Ellis owned and operated a small business teaching English to Japanese school children in the Bay Area. He currently resides in Koenji, Tokyo where he’s living out a dream, teaching English, studying Japanese and writing DOSE!.
John Gebbia attended the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art and went on to pencil several books for Slave Labor Graphics. After pursuing freelance projects in a number of artistic fields including painting, music, and graphic design, he decided to return to his true passion, illustrating comics. He currently resides in San Francisco, California where he handles the artistic duties on DOSE!.
Making the Comic
DOSE! is a self-funded, Do-It-Ourselves, endeavor written by Sean Ellis with art by John Gebbia. Part of the ethos of this project is that we'd like to keep it online and free forever, but making comic books isn't easy, and we could use your help. If you enjoy DOSE! and believe in what we’re doing, please share it with your friends and spread the word on social media. And if you're feeling in an especially
generous mood, please make a donation. Even a buck or two helps a great deal and we're in the hole here! Anyway, we hope you enjoy our comic. Thanks!