The DARK WORLD Chronicles


Imagine your sibling was a pop culture icon known throughout the world for her role on a wildly popular television show. What would it be like to grow up in the invisible shadow of a celebrity? How would this affect your sanity? Thackery Warner is the fictional younger brother of Blair Warner from “The Facts of Life” television show, which ran on NBC from 1979 through 1988. Thackery has a secret proclivity for writing excessively in his journals while seeking answers from the “DARK WORLD” of his dreams. The DARK WORLD Chronicles is a graphic novel that documents the daily shenanigans of Thackery Warner and his personal odyssey of the mind.

Young Thackery’s fantastic dreams propel him into a wondrous landscape known as the DARK WORLD. Dreams vary from night-to-night and each results in an original illustration created by Thackery's split persona, Tonyboy69, the artist (each book will contain 10 pieces of original artwork). Written in journal entry form, this tale is narrated by Thackery’s subconscious and split persona. Combining history, science-fiction, explicit hardcore sexual content and countless references to pop culture in and beyond the LGBT community (from 1972 through the present day), The DARK WORLD Chronicles is an intriguing, sexy, and visually stimulating piece of fiction.

The concept for The DARK WORLD Chronicles was crafted in 1982 under the title “Bridges” a mini- soap opera style comic book made featuring my elementary and junior high school (student body).

The DARK WORLD Chronicles in magazines.
INSTIGATOR magazine - Issue#11.
A spread article & interview about the making of The DARK WORLD Chronicles in 2006.
FLESH for MEN magazine - Issue#Winter 2005.
A spread article & interview about the making of The DARK WORLD Chronicles in 2005.

In 1986 it was an extremely humbling honor to be invited for showcasing my art work in this high school magazine. I attended Theodore Roosevelt high school on Fordham Road in the Bronx and became the only participate of the "Shared Gifted Program", Which meant being bused to another school on certain days just to explore the limitless possibilities of art. My skills impressed my guidance counselor, Mrs.Smith so much, She felt obligated to enroll me in such a prestiges and academically enriching experience...

Thank You (where ever you maybe Mrs.Smith).

Viva Voce-The Literary Art Showcase-May 1986-Cover

Viva Voce-The Literary Art Showcase-May 1986-Artwork
IN UNIFORM-Issue 13-1999-Cover

IN UNIFORM-Issue 13-1999-Artwork
INCHES magazine-Nov. 1999-Cover

INCHES magazine-Nov. 1999-Artwork1

INCHES magazine-Nov. 1999-Artwork2
FLESH 4 MEN magazine-Summer 2005-Cover

FLESH 4 MEN magazine-Summer 2005-Story
VICE magazine -1996-Cover/Model
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