Ben Hsu



Work Types
Dubious Company · Fantasy · Script
Dubious Company Scripts 14-20

Comic 14:  Pirbot and Catstello After giving up with the whole “Keelhaul” definition Tiren throws the book she was holding away (or over her shoulder) and tries to get any other useful bit of information. Tiren(Throwing book away): Whatever, let’s just get moving’s the name of the ship? Walter(Confidently): Arrr. Tiren(Slightly confused, but rolling…

Dubious Company · Fantasy · Script
Dubious Company Scripts 10-13

Comic 10: Wings Vs Tail Walter and Tiren Speaking to each other on the deck of the airship.  Tiren should be incredulous for the most part while Walter just seems tired of explaining things over and over. Tiren: I’m sure you had wings when I first met you... Walter: Folded em in.  They be a…

Dubious Company · Fantasy · Script
Dubious Company Scripts 1-9

Comic 1: Beginnings Always Suck Tiren, our favorite ninja catgirl is tied up and unconscious on the deck of Walter's airship.  Yes you'll have to draw his wings.  The initial panels are going to be drawn from Tiren's point of view. Panel(s): The first panel is completely dark.  Second is from the point of a…

Flash Fiction · Science Fiction
The More Things Change

This just in from GNA: Work on the known universe's first Dyson Sphere came to a "crashing" halt today when the Colossus Class freighter Enderion collided with the sphere upon exiting sub-space. Initial reports indicate that not only did the impact cause systemic failure across all the spheres power system, but has also destabilized the…

Flash Fiction · Modern Fantasy
Taken Away

"Hey, so...this may be a weird question, but I've got something about "The Rapture" all over my newsfeed this morning and I have no idea what's going on. Do you know what they're talking about?" "Um...The Rapture occurred last night? Did you actually read any of those articles?" "Yes! Well, kind of...I read one. The…

Essay · Nonfiction
On the Nature of Endings

I've recently been thinking about endings, which is a natural thing to do, at least in respect to my usual mind set. What is unusual is that I've managed to mostly avoid thinking about endings for the better part of a decade. Supposedly, I did this to help clear my mindset and help me move…