About

Established 2012, Paranoid American Inc was founded to create comics, graphic novels and interactive content exploring research into conspiracy theories and the occult.

Conspiracy Theories

Mind control, illuminati, Freemasons, chemtrails, and the new world order. You may or may not believe JFK was assassinated by the CIA, or that 9/11 was an “inside job.” But these aren’t just conspiracy theories anymore, they represent modern American mythology.

Occult Knowledge

We’re interested in the lesser known topics of history. Sacred geometry. Ancient memory techniques. Mystery Cults. Hermetic tradition. Satanic Panic. Nothing is too old, dusty, sacred, secret, or hidden for our stories. In fact, the more unknown, the better.

100% Spandex Free

Paranoid American features characters that make other superheroes and villains look as tacky as their spandex onesies when compared to their real-world inspirations and counterparts. We firmly believe that fact is more interesting than fiction, and proving it with our stories.

Comics and Games

If this stuff is so important, why use comic books and video games as the medium? There’s enough books and documentaries with gloom and doom on these subjects out there. Injecting a little humor, animation, and interaction, makes everything more interesting.

Support

How can you support us?

If you like what you see here, and would like to support us to continue making more, please consider sharing links to your favorite pages and issues on social media, online forums and friends.

Buy Something!

It costs money to hire good artists and writers, host a website, print books and promote all of these projects. Please consider buying a comic, print, pin, sticker or t-shirt from the shop, or one of the following storefronts:

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Listen to Sound Scientists

The original inspiration of Time Samplers and eventually Paranoid American Inc, was a conceptual music group called Sound Scientists, and by simply listening to them on iTunes, Pandora, Spotify, Amazon, or other popular streaming services you will be supporting the creative minds behind Paranoid American.

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Donate!

All donations are greatly appreciated, and better yet if you have an idea for a story or would just like to help fund a short story about a particular issue you find important please contact us here.

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Artists & Writers

Thomas Gorence

Thomas Gorence

Chris "Doc" Wyatt

Chris "Doc" Wyatt

Brian Benjamin

Brian Benjamin

Travis Williamson

Travis Williamson

Dave Law

Dave Law

Jed McPherson

Jed McPherson

Mike Luckas

Mike Luckas

David Brame

David Brame

Brent Peeples

Brent Peeples

Liezl Buenaventura

Liezl Buenaventura

Gavin Smith

Gavin Smith

Obscure Gent

Obscure Gent

Aaron A. Alvarez

Aaron A. Alvarez

Aaron Warren

Aaron Warren

Chris Hanchey

Chris Hanchey

Mike Murphy

Mike Murphy

Don Pankievicz

Don Pankievicz

J.C. Grande

J.C. Grande

Hassan Patterson

Hassan Patterson

Pat Clausen

Pat Clausen

Samir Simao

Samir Simao

Villarreal Guillermo

Villarreal Guillermo

Leks Bronks

Leks Bronks

Mat Nixon

Mat Nixon

Mike Fasano

Mike Fasano

David Pinckney

David Pinckney

Julius Freeman

Julius Freeman

Tyvon Jamaal Thomas

Tyvon Jamaal Thomas

Ivan Barriga

Ivan Barriga

Fernando Granea

Fernando Granea

Submissions

Paranoid American is not currently accepting unsolicited submissions.

Why not? The main reason is to avoid unsolicited material from being sent in, then later claimed as uncredited use. The other reason is that unless we're looking for your message, submissions aren't reviewed regularly and likely won't be seen (and purged as spam after 30 days).

However, if you have a completed original project that fits what we do, please send a brief synopsis (1-2 paragraphs max) to the contact information below.

Contact

mailing address

Paranoid American
2860 Delaney Ave #560462
Orlando, FL 32856

Social Media

Note: We rarely check or engage with social media. PR suicide, we know.