Diseased Libido - Deadly Dozen (Collecting Issues 1 - 12)

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Diseased Libido is an anthology of warped speculative fiction stories encompassing horror, science fiction, fantasy, crime, satire and the bizarre ranging from the mild to the extreme. This volume collects all twelve issues. More

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Published by Storm Publishing
Words: 58,310
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476309026
About Carter Rydyr

The strange and bizarre works of Steve Carter and Antoinette Rydyr (S.C.A.R.) incorporates anything from Sci Fi and horror fantasy to surrealism and weird satire. All of it has a strong element of the fantastic and a healthy dose of experimentalism. They create in a variety of mediums – prose fiction, illustration, comic books, screenplays and even music, which they produce with their experimental bands FistFunk Futurists and TeknoSadisT. Their screenplay "Curse of the Swampies" won Best Feature Film Screenplay at the A Night of Horror International Film Festival 2010. Current projects include new comics, more audio experiments and prose stories. There are also a number of screenplays and novellas in the works.

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Review by: Seth Baker on May 09, 2016 :
The work of S.C.A.R. is incredibly entertaining, arousing, shocking, and just plain awesome. This is the kind of graphic, dark, funny, and anti-social work that Stephen King and Clive Barker fans will truly delight in. It is as if they took only the good parts from those author's ginormous books and put them down one after another for us to indulge in . It is truly a guilty pleasure to wallow in the decadent, dangerous sexual fantasies filled with horrific creatures and wittily sadistic turns. The social critiques and pointed political satire works perfectly against the inventively macabre backgrounds that never cease to amaze. It is decidedly lurid stuff, that much you should know. But if you give it a try, I think you'll happily allow some of these tales to take root in a dark crevice in your brain and stay there with you for the rest of your life. I personally think S.C.A.R. is way ahead of its time and will eventually become a massively popular global phenomenon. Read it now and you can say you were a fan before they hit the big time! (FWIW, I do not know the authors and was not encouraged to write this review by anyone, nor did I receive any payment or gifts in return for doing so.)
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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