Book One

Stories in this book and their creative teams

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Some Days

Written | John Horsley Art | Rick Bugbee Colors DC Alanso Letters | Nikki Powers
Darius wants to defend his people and calls for aid from his kin. The aid comes, but not how he envisions.

The Sallow Heart

Written | Casey T. Allen Art | Rob Toal
When a dark priest creates a Golem to do his bidding, it does not go exactly as he planned.

The Crossed Paths

Written | Joseph S-Pell Art | Sebastian Varela Baino Letters | Nikki Powers
September 1645, after the fall of Bristol in the English civil war, Royalist Nathaniel Eynes flees his way into a small pub called “The Crossed paths”, where he meets a woman called Agnes.

The Black Hand

Written | Travis Webb Pencils | Greg Woronchak Inks | John Horsley
World War 1 Gallipoli, Erva Eynes joins the Kings Guard in search of a missing unit. Based on true events.

Camelot’s Gift

Written John Horsley Art | Rick Bugbee
Jack Eynes is on the trail of the killer demon Camelot as he terrorizes London. He’s on the way home after a long night of hunting when he hears a crash…from his apartment.

The Wanderer

Written | Michael Tanner Art | Clayton Hollifield
Gibson Eynes is an evil bastard. What he does to Missy isn’t fair.

Nate Ersatz and the Skinwalkers

Written | Greg Smith Art | J. Paul Schiek
The 1980’s never looked so good. Nate Ersatz and his sister Kaycey are on the hunt but they encounter more then they can handle.

Nancy Eynes, Krampus Killer

Written | Kenric Regan Art | Scott Godlewski ColorsJohn Horsley Letters | Nikki Powers
Nancy works for he big guy. She hunts the things that devour kids in the streets, Krampus.

Something Borrowed

Written | TS Black Art | Dennis Tirona Colors | JW Sims
Scarlet Eynes and her school friends are considering sneaking out of the boarding school dorm for a night on the town. A demon possessed group of friends scatters those plans.

The Story between the stories

Written/ArtJohn Horsley Letters | Kaylie Horsley
The ability to see through time has it’s ups and downs. How would you use this gift?