With locales as varied as the River Styx, The Vatican, the island of Aegina and the Mitchell Corn Palace, Wormdye follows Marco, Tommy and others as they engage in the human struggle: work, religion, death and human sacrifice. Bleak and darkly funny, Wormdye uses myths and iconographic visuals to evoke a world-view that is both absorbing and upsetting, tragic and triumphant.
'A funnel to Alien Corncob Transmission Device Hell, where very peculiar things are happening. Seems real nice, but don't let him walk behind you into an alley... he needs your emissions for his experiment.' -Gary Panter