Whatever the type of storytelling endeavor you embark upon, you at some point are going to be creating the characters that will be used to tell that story. What does …
After a woman carves a jack o’ lantern for Halloween, it comes after her in revenge . . . or is it all in her mind? DOCTOR ORANGE is a psychological horror tale inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe, John Carpenter, and Charles Schulz. DOCTOR ORANGE also includes two back-up stories: “How the West Won” (later reprinted in SUPERHERESIES) and “Mary, Revised.”
When a bloodied woman appears at the police station and claims that her husband attacked her with a knife, the police are convinced that they have another deranged psychopath on their hands. However, when she reveals that her husband was crushed and killed by a falling piano a few weeks prior, questions (and eyebrows) begin to rise.