A gentrified city. Its homeless population restricted to six square blocks called The Dregs. When
people start disappearing, a drug-addled homeless man obsessed with detective fiction becomes addicted to solving the mystery. Equal parts Raymond Chandler and Don Quixote set in a thriving metropolis that literally cannibalizes the homeless, The Dregs is the first homeless meta noir ever made.
Eric Zawadzki is comic book artist wholived in Vancouver all his life until recently. He now calls Calgary his home and he’s hopeful he’ll be able to survive the winters there. Eric spends most of his time in the creator owned arena of the comic industry. As well as the THE DREGS, he also co-created THE GHOST ENGINE, PANIC KIDS, LAST BORN and HEADSPACE. Twitter: @ericxyz
Lonnie Nadler is a Vancouver-based writer,filmmaker, and journalist. His writing has been featured in numerous publications including VICE, The Huffington Post, and Southern Haunts. His films have played at festivals across North America. When Lonnie is not writing or making movies, he spends his time drinking too much tea and enjoying the rain.
Zac Thompson is a writer from Prince Edward Island. His work has appeared in IGN, The Huffington Post, and VICE. His upcoming debut novel, Weaponized, was the winner of the 2016 CryptTV horror fiction contest. Zac is an avid cyclist, pizza freak, and overly excitable weirdo.
Dee Cunniffe is an award winning designer who worked for over a decade in publishing and advertising. He gave it all up to pursue his love of comics. He has worked for nearly every comic for every publisher as a flatter/color assistant to some of the world’s top color artists. He currently colors as much as he can and someday hopes to be good at it!
“From the news we get the story of a neighborhood under siege, and of health authorities reluctantly trying to clean up a mess…When reality is this grim, sometimes it takes a brutal tale of lost friendship and cannibalism to help make sense of it.” - VICE
“Lowbrow brilliant.” - New York Magazine