Short Story: “The Unknown Occupant”

The inspiration for this story came when I happened across a picture showing the grave of famed Swiss artist H.R. Giger. Giger, who passed away in 2014, had a distinct and horrifying visual style that popularized the idea of “biomechanical” art, i.e. images of machinery combined with organic material. You probably know his name thanks … Continue reading Short Story: “The Unknown Occupant”

Special Book Look: The Complexity and Enduring Qualities of “Watchmen”

NOTE: Because this work was originally released in separate issues, the page count resets at the start of each chapter. Direct quotations will therefore be cited as "Chapter X, page Y." I will also be discussing spoilers, so keep that in mind if you have not read this work. There are some stories that resonate … Continue reading Special Book Look: The Complexity and Enduring Qualities of “Watchmen”