The night turns brutal in Atlantic City when a serial killer who indulges in necrophilia crosses paths with a vengeful Vampire. Cyber punks and tourists make way for the Vampire and killer as they square off in a blood-soaked romp under the harsh glow of neon and a full moon.
A series of four short stories which explore the erotic world of bloodfetish - the sharing of blood and violence. These are not your typical vampire stories, but span the range of monsters and other lovelies. Artwork throughout is by the famed artist Ben Fogletto.
Gayle Song knows who killed her and how she died. It was her husband who dealt the blow with a candlestick. What she wants to know is why she was killed. That's why she's working with Theodore Bellows - to solve the mystery of why her husband decided that she had to die.
The first paragraph of this work snagged me. Very visual with well-drawn characters. While the story could still use an editor's touch (several run-on sentences) it's still a delight to read. Captain Donovan and Wocha are easy to see, and the story fun to follow. I've grabbed it as a PDF, because I'd love to have it in print.
A truly vicious and well-executed work that shows how dangerous yard implements can be. Indeed, every shovel and shear should be licensed. I recommend this short to all who enjoy a bit gore and the occasional flinch.