Lucas Wen prides himself on being the most practical
and realistic person you’ll ever meet. Which is why it’s a bit of a shock when he finds out not only that his cousin Robin is a witch, but he’s just taken a job in the most supernaturally saturated neighborhood in New York City. 

Meanwhile, Roe, a young woman with a suitcase full of odd weapons
and perhaps a few too many secrets, thinks things are finally going her way again when she finds a place to live other than her cousin’s couch in the form of Robin’s spare room. 

Before either of them can get both feet under them again,
the sudden disappearance of Robin’s girlfriend, Penelope, shakes them all. Lucas, despite his best attempts to adjust to his new fantastical reality, finds that there’s really only so much that even the most practical mind can take, and Roe fears whether their new troubles are something that followed her to the ‘Quarter, or were already there.


Saints’Quarter is an urban horror-fantasy/action drama series about a fictional neighborhood between Brooklyn and Queens, NY, and the lives of the people who live there.

The comic originally had a brief premier in 2013 under the name Beyond the Veil but was shelved for a while for rewrites and development until finally re-launching in its current form on October 1st, 2016.


About the Author

LotMinx (C.R. Fahey) is a part-time sales associate, independent artist, and recovering Paranormal YA Romance addict living in Brooklyn, NY, with her roommate and their (roommate’s) small fur-child, Roxy.

When she’s not staying up all night scribbling and falling off the Pepsiholics’ Anonymous wagon, she can be found loitering around Manhattan to nerd out with her coworkers, weeping over the characters and arcs of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Harry Potter, and Avatar the Last Airbender series, or blaring Florence and the Machine while pacing circles around the apartment because getting lost in her imagination is easier than getting her work done.

C.R. grew up in Eastern North Carolina and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Studio Art and Creative Writing from UNC Chapel Hill. After relocating a few times to Las Vegas and back and finally to New York, she now pursues self-driven study in philosophy, visual storytelling, and functioning like a proper adult.