From Rob Clough on The Comics Journal:
Claustrophobic apartment, sinister old woman, suspicious food, bodily invasion: “Spores” seems a chlorophyllic, bug-infested rewrite of Roman Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby (1968).
Creator: Angela Boyle
Publication Date: 2016
Format: BW, 14 pages, 11 inches tall x 8.5 inches wide
"Spores" was originally published in a dread comic anthology based on each artist drawing at least one panel in their comic that scared them. Produced by Kazimir Lee Iskander, the anthology includes work by Anna Sellheim, Tillie Walden, Kazimir Lee, Cooper Whittelsey, Emily Parrish, and J. D. Lunt. The complete book is about 80 pages.
Posted in full, with additional commentary, on Imitatus anima.
Drawn with a Hunt 102 nib and Dr. Martin Ph Bombay ink on smooth Bristol. Gray and other textures were applied using Adobe Photoshop.