Dogwitch, written and illustrated by British artist Dan Schiffer, was first published in 2002 until 2005 ran for 18 issues on a bi-monthly schedule. The 18 issue run was broken up into three seasons dubbed: Direct to Video, Twisted, and Mood Swings. However, as of February 2020, the Dogwitch omnibus has been announced for launch later in the year. Thus, marking the 15-year anniversary of the series.
Issue zero 'Hot Spell' and issue one 'Nefariously Kinky' have been made free to read. Both can be found on Bleeding Cool's blog here. 
- Alien Geometries: Played straight, Violets house is mentioned in one diary entry to change at will, including a seemingly normal length hall that takes over 30 minutes to walk through. The house's walls whisper and bleed.
- Bane is a multidimensional hub, with ever-changing streets and alleyways, humans are said to be mutated due to the drinking water being contaminated with ectoplasm. Demonic possession is also a common occurrence.
- Axe-Crazy: Played straight, many of Banes inhabitants tend to have some shades of this
- Always Night: Due to the black and white art style its difficult to ascertain the time of day, however, most panels showing the outside shows the sky as dark.
- Bloody Horror: The series plays homage to the nature of old B-splatter flicks of the late 70s and 80s, and blood and gore are abundant!
- Don't Go Into the Woods & Nature Is Not Nice: Played Straight with the Banewoods, the woods are a living entity that preys on the wear, and is home to various monsters, wild beasts, and a serial killer that lurk in the Banewoods.
- Extremely Dusty Home: The house Violet lives in is very decrepit and in disrepair.
- Hazardous Water: The Banewoods water supply is heavily contaminated with ectoplasm, causing all sorts of unnatural mutations and derangements within the locals.
- Halloween Town: The artistic aesthetic has a very gothic vibe complete with Jack-o-lanterns, bats, runes, bubbling cauldrons, candles, and other spooky iconography scattered throughout the panels and artwork.
- City of the Damned: Bane, as mentioned above, the town exists between the planes of existence, and more than a few demons make Bane and the surrounding woods a place to conduct business or feed on souls.
- Horny Devils: Played straight, demons in this universe can make themselves appear attractive to mortals, and have no hang-ups about copulating with mortals. Additionally, both succubi & incubi exist as their own powerful sub-species within the demonic ranks.