"It Dances Now" Available at Crimson Streets Magazine

May 20, 2019

When Cecil Gibbs's mind shatters during the American Civil War, he becomes a battlefield horror. The man slips through the shadows, carving the wounded like art as the war's first serial killer. However, once word of Cecil's atrocities hits the ears of Union command, they send in a Pinkerton by the name of Oliver Lamb to investigate. Through his perilous tracking of Cecil, Oliver learns that Cecil might not be alone. Witnesses have glimpsed a shadowy figure dancing along Cecil's side, whispering instructions to the broken surgeon as he continues his onslaught. 

 

A free electronic version of “It Dances Now” is available @CrimsonStreets , written by Justin Alcala with art by Jon Stubbington.

 

 

 

 

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