A downloadable zine
King Street is a surreal science-fiction zine about a woman lost far away from home.
Welcome to the wild and weird city of Shokal, a coastal tourist city inhabited by the strange and unusual. It’s home to monsters, creatures, lots and lots of rats, and even completely ordinary human beings! It’s also home to King St. Bee, one of the city’s most beloved public figure and eccentrics… but she’s been a little hard to get in touch with recently.
It’s too bad, as the latest issue of King Street magazine is all about her! Hopefully the interviewer will find her in time, before that portal problem ruins everything. Scour interviews for clues as to King St. Bee’s whereabouts, read all about the food and culture of the city, and find out just why this little homeless lady chose to move to a place like this.
- Content warnings: Alcohol and smoking references, familial estrangement, the scariest goddamn Guy Fieri caricature you’ve ever seen
- Content rating: Some big boy swears but nothing your grandma wouldn’t already know
- 9,000 words
- 10 full-page illustrations (and tons of little ones)
- 1 King St. Bee
In order to download this zine you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $8 USD. You will get access to the following files: