Times are tough for Liz Madder, a selfish but tortured young woman who is seemingly haunted by a shapeshifting horsehead demon. After her body is found unconscious in a wooded area, she is thrown into St. Dymphna's Psychiatric Hospital against her will. But a document that has surfaced in the mental ward might offer a new hope to the jaded Miss Madder, who is burdened by both the demon and a diagnosis of schizophrenia, not to mention the revolving door effect of going in and out of psychiatric wards.
Written and drawn by a self-identified mad person, Asylum Squad is a whimsical romp through madness and the mental health care system.
"Asylum Squad is exactly what indie comics should be. This is the work of a driven and skilled creator with something to say. The pages turn themselves." — Ty Templeton
"Sarafin's got important things to say. This is a voice worth listening to." — Chester Brown