My comic book Wulf and Batsy chronicles the adventures of a big bad Werewolf named Wulf and a feisty little Vampiress named Batsy. They are wandering the earth in search of a place to call home. But everywhere they go, they eat people, and get run out of town.

It's not an easy thing to be a monster.

Wulf and Batsy: Bizarre Experiments

Wulf and Batsy Gallery

Wulf and Batsy: Scarifying Tales

This 32-page horror comic contains three short stories about Wulf and Batsy:

"Them's Monsters"
"If You Knew..."
"The Left Stocking"

You can purchase a copy of the book in my store.

Wulf and Batsy: Volume Two

Sample pages from the second collection of Wulf and Batsy stories.
You can purchase a copy of the book in my store.

Wulf and Batsy: Volume One

Sample pages from the first collection of Wulf and Batsy stories.
You can purchase a copy of the book in my store.

Cover Gallery by Various Artists

Praise for Wulf and Batsy

"Baugh does a terrific job of establishing the characters, their bond, and the results are frightening and horrible. Even then, Baugh allows us to retain sympathy towards his characters. [Wulf and Batsy] starts well, moves forward at a deceptively calm pace, and then explodes into its shocking conclusion. This is an impressive piece of work."

—Tony Isabella, World Famous Comics

"Wulf and Batsy may be the best new horror team since Cassie Hack and Vlad of Hack/Slash fame. Move over Batman and Robin, the new Dynamic Duo is here and they consist of a big werewolf and his hottie vampire companion! This is duo I desperately want to see more of!"


"It's hard to balance humor and horror without tipping completely into the farcical, but Baugh pulls it off in this story about a cute vampire and her werewolf buddy. There are light-hearted moments as the two monsters banter when they're alone, but the scares are real once the townspeople pull out the torches and pitchforks."

—Michael May, Comic World News

"Baugh has a good grasp on his storytelling (and) pacing—nothing seems forced, the story starts strong, drops into a few pages of relative calm, and then ramps up to its ending. The first half, with its hints of Batsy and Cevin's past, their relationship, is neatly done, creating a familial feel, cozy, that opens them up to the reader's empathy. The second half then propels Cevin into the consequences of that opening confrontation, drawing a tight circle around our two protagonists. There are a lot of things to like about Baugh's art in this book. The opening page evokes an etching of a dark legend. His use of heavy dark lines and stark black blocking amp up the first part of the issue. The middle then goes to a more delicate, thin line with minimal white backgrounds."

—Joe Hilliard,

"Horror fans, this is a great book. I guarantee you won't be disappointed."

—Joshua Pantalleresco, Comic Bloc

"Good tongue-in-cheek fun that gives a new spin on the monster romance genre."

—Stephen Schleicher, Major Spoilers