Comics (MANUAL)

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Dead West is a continuing horror/western saga that takes place during and after the Civil War. It tells the story of Eldridge “the Chickamauga Carver” Davis as he leads his bloodthirsty gang, the Irascibles, against the North. This web comic follows the men on their campaign of terror through the Union Territories.

Watch as they unleash a force more destructive than any war and change the face of the Wild West forever. The first installment of the Dead West series, Last Ride of the Carver, was originally conceived as a short film script during the NYC Midnight Screenplay Challenge.

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Blood Game emerged as a personal challenge to write a limited-location horror script. Standard fare in the genre usually involves a haunted house, a remote cabin, or similar nondescript location with a couple of leads and a number of “chum” characters. The long and short of a limited location horror flick amounts to pack ‘em in and let the terrorizing/killing begin.

But with Blood Game I wanted to tell a layered story, a thinking man’s horror film if there is such a thing. I still wanted to have plenty of (ahem) blood.  I liked the idea of having regular, unsuspecting people suddenly finding themselves locked into a death game. First off, would they play? I think we know the answer to that. After all it only takes one person to start and then you’re obliged to play just so you can survive.  But then what? What philosophies would emerge? How would economic, religious, and racial differences come to play a role in the game? Even if you survive, do you really win?

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