Have you, curious reader, have you ever worked as a receptionist - or have you worked really anywhere that has required a client or visitor to spell out their name for you? Well, that is who I am. I am that man who tells you, "My name is Mr. Binger, with a punctuation point. M - R - period. B-I-N-G-E-R. Mr. Binger is my name. Yo!"
The Horror of ISIS is a short story set in modern Iraq, wrecked and pillaged by terrorists and made askew by the mythology represented in Matthew Sawyer's Pazuzu Trilogy. This is another tale by Mr. Binger that brings the alternate reality into real life.
The Doctor appears late in this sordid tale. All the attention is given to the protagonist of Canaanabis Roach. He's special and he's just been given the power of speech. Now he talks about his adventures in past lives, This one happens to include the namesake Time Lord and an impossible girl.
Inspired by both the fiction of Universal Films and the truth of Doctor Frankenstein, a paranoid professor of fusion energy dreams of building his own creature. And these creations will be the bane of bloodsucking ghosts who terrorize the American Midwest
Lazarus The Pig is the short story of a wretched propaganda tool referenced in Matthew Sawyer's Pazuzu Trilogy. Time-wise and contrary to the Old Testament siege of Masada, this incident happens after the Chosen Gospel (a forgery of the Book of Mark).
Unction is an icky story of a mad necrophiliac and his homeless nemesis who sleeps in a park across the street. Brian Tucker is that dysfunctional killer. Faceless nuns tell the young man he must kill and rape the corpses so that they will resurrect and become an army on undead. Brian is certain his hallucinations are true – there are demons. Monsters do hunt the residents of Los Angeles.