Monthly Archives: September 2013

Enter Sandman

The ear crunching chords of heavy metal music shattered the quiet, Kansas evening. The music crackled a bit, coming as it did from old, creaky speakers. When these speakers were designed, heavy metal hadn’t yet been invented. It was no … Continue reading

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League of Justice 0.8: “What Dreams May Come”

Smallville, Kansas The spacecraft was easy enough to hide. Jonathan Kent merely dug a bunker beneath the barn, and concealed the capsule within. But a baby was harder to contain. Martha Kent was determined to keep the child, and wouldn’t … Continue reading

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League of Justice #0.7: “Sea of Troubles”

Bermuda, September 1941 Once upon a time, in a mysterious triangle of the Atlantic Ocean, on a hurricane battered bit of rock, a boy was born. The island has many names, and isn’t terribly large, but it is part of … Continue reading

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A Thousand Cuts

My name is Phil, and I have clinical depression. Last night I tweeted this: “Life is a death of a thousand cuts. The question is: can you find meaning before you bleed to death all over the carpet? Me, I … Continue reading

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