Robert is attending San Diego Comic Con for the first time. Scripts in hand, Robert dreams of becoming a writer. With the help of his well-to-do boyfriend, Ed, Robert plans on meeting everyone and anyone who can help him break into the industry. Unfortunately for Robert, an ancient serial killer is also attending the convention with big plans - plans that include Robert....
Robert's stories focus on serial killers over the last couple hundred years, detailing some of the most disturbing murders in grisly fashion. When bodies begin popping up, slashed and tattered in alleys around the show, Robert finds himself in the middle of something far more macabre than he could have imagined.
When Robert meets his favorite writer, someone who plays in the same murderous sandbox as Robert, his suspicions pique. When a mysterious stranger in an unsettling costume begins watching Robert, his terror grows. Eventually, Robert learns that everyone wears a mask - everyone. But is this a lesson he can learn before it's too late?
©2012 James Ninness (P)2012 James Ninness
In my opinion, this guy writes pretty good short stories. For a couple of bucks you get the equivalent of a thirty to forty-five minute episode similar to that of The Twilight Zone or Tales From the Crypt. As a matter of fact, I think these stories could just as well be easily adapted into a weekly television series. With that being said, I wouldn't spend a credit on one because they're very short. My recommendation would be to just purchase one every now and then (under $3 a piece). Hope this was useful.
Always open to something new, but my favorite genres are horror, sci-fi/fantasy with more of a leaning toward fantasy.
An OK story as it is a little predictable. Narrator was good as usual, I think he's a good match for Mr. Ninesses's stories.
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