The Union has entered the corporate headquarters of Incorporated Business Corporation Inc. They must travel to the executive floor of the imposing tower, battling a host of economic ills all the way... More > to the top. How will Corporate Man, Business Woman and the rest cope with Professor Inflation, The Outsourcer, and The Crash? What awaits Fair Wage in the basement of the building? How bad could Bear Market really be? And what deadly intentions does the Big Bossman harbor for our hero, Corporate Man?< Less
After nearly a decade of imprisonment, Corporate Man returns to find the economy in ruins and his deadliest enemies in control of all but a fraction of society's wealth. He embarks upon a quest to... More > set right the wrongs of the business world; a task that will ultimately destroy him.
In this first volume Corporate Man endeavors to reassemble the facts of his former life with the assistance of his associate Business Woman. They are hunted by the vengeful Deal Breaker and must stop the monstrosity known as The Greed before mounting an offensive against the evil corporation Incorporated Business Corporation Inc. Look for special cameos by former presidents.< Less
Desperate to be normal, an extremely ugly child, named Ack, summons a group of demigod sheep to repair his damaged life. The sheep-gods have their own dark agenda and begin establishing a warped... More > church, intent on becoming the latest fashionable cult. An innocent bystander accidentally witnesses the arrival of these Dark Gods and soon discovers that he is destined to be instrumental in the success of their twisted, absurd religion, and it seems that no matter how hard he struggles against them his fate has already been predetermined.< Less
Dark and twisted and funny and weird. Oh, and also odd, and sick, and quirky as hell. Yes, this book's plot revolves around an ugly kid summoning evil sheep gods with ingredients such as cottage... More > cheese and birthday candles, but it's so much more than that. Some would dare say it is Pulitzer material. Those some may be locked in institutions or entirely fictitious, but you should trust their opinions and READ THIS BOOK.< Less