Tag Archives: Psychological

Happy Halloween 2013! (Unlife)

Hello reader(s) and HAPPY HALLOWEEN! My apologies for posting late.

Parties, costumes, scary movies, and monstrously massive mounds of sugary sweets are all part of what makes this month so enjoyable for me. For a lot of people, as the leaves fade and daylight dwindles, Halloween is the last best way of injecting a little life into the Autumn days between Summer and Winter.

Or, perhaps in this case, the better term might be…

Unlife.

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In the Month of Madness: The Watcher of Yaathagggu

Madness isn’t just a sudden change in being. It comes in waves, again and again, eroding minds and breaking wills like sea-cliffs, a constant thundering, maddening rhythm, threatening to overwhelm you and sweep you out into the depths of darkness and crushing insanity.

None are more familiar with this than…

The Watcher of Yaathaggu

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In the Month of Madness: Broodhollow

A paranoid encyclopedia salesman. An inheritance from an unknown relative. A town of secrets and smiles, secret societies, and maddening, terrifying things lurking just on the edge of sight.

Welcome to Nightvale Broodhollow.

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Shattered With Curve of Horn

Hello, reader! Come, sit a spell and let us talk.

With the exception of short-form comics, I typically have a rule about only reviewing works with at least a hundred pages under their belt. However, due to a number of factors, such as an upcoming Kickstarter for this comic, my own appreciation of the work, some schedule juggling, and because the author said “please”, I have decided to make a small exception to that rule. I suppose you could say that resolution was…

Shattered With Curve of Horn

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Trying Human

Welcome yet again, dear readers, to another Infernal Review. So far, we’ve seen web comics with vampires, werewolves, demons, ghosts, mutant bears, and many other kinds of frightful things. Part of what makes all these things terrifying is how strange they are, how inhuman… how alien. If the Twilight Zone episode “To Serve Man” has taught us anything, it’s that most aliens like humans. Others, on the other hand, are just…

Trying Human

 

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