The third chapter! In the lead up to our leads’ compulsory games, find out how they and the world itself deals with fate and routine
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.