30
Oct

Consider the Ant

written and illustrated by Iron Eater After the war it felt like we’d carried on for a whole year of merriment, everyone all drunk on the prospect of returning to lives free from constantly pricking our ears for the whistle of bombs or the cry of warning sirens. During this time the medical corps informed […]

28
Aug

When the Cat’s Away

by Iron Eater Love4

26
Jun

Milady’s Toilette

by  Iron Eater Love0

24
Apr

Skin Deeper

by Iron Eater Love0

27
Feb

Dentes Sub Corium

by Iron Eater The little playbill in Hugh’s hand promised him a great many delights upon the stage of the Sauvageot Theater, ranging from jolly comedy to musical performance to acts described in terms most gruesomely lurid, but he had yet to have the opportunity to evaluate the truth of any such claims; until the […]

19
Dec

The Heart’s Own Cementation

by Iron Eater By the time the golden light of the newest spring sunrise fell across Riaag’s broad back he’d been up for quite a while; waking up before dawn was no great feat during the dark half of the year, especially not for a man as busy as he was, but prepping the stronghold’s […]

24
Oct

Aperitif

by Iron Eater In the end everything always came back around to Reggie, no matter how much energy Les poured into the project, and it was coloring their work in ways Les hadn’t anticipated. Les’s morning routine involved sitting himself down at the kitchen table with his laptop to see what all the little people […]

22
Aug

Leo Equum Domitor

written and illustrated by Iron Eater Aubrey and the house on Kettle Street had something of an understanding between them, namely that he would keep it clean and tidy, while it in turn would remain a home. The maintenance of a mechanical dwelling was a subtle thing, starting firstly with accepting that it was the […]

27
Jun

Flourishes

written and illustrated by Iron Eater “Goodwife Hawkins, sure it is a poor idea for a woman to live in this place, with the winters so cold and the trees filled well with savages and Frenchmen.” Clarity chuckled but did not look away from putting out the washing; with the August air soon turning from […]

21
Feb

Issue 89 Cover

by Iron Eater Love0

20
Dec

Pyroclastic Flow

written and illustrated by Iron Eater See this piece’s entry on the Shousetsu Bang*Bang wiki. The too-smooth spire of the tower sliced against the midmorning sky like the snapped-off trunk of a sapling, and even after all this time Riaag never liked fully turning his back to it. He hated that fucking thing. Sagas loved […]

26
Oct

Betrothed

See this piece’s entry on the Shousetsu Bang*Bang wiki. written and illustrated by Iron Eater The engagement ring had been on Virgil’s finger since he’d woken up that morning, and no matter what method he tried he couldn’t wrench it off again. He knew it was an engagement ring because it looked like a cliché: […]

23
Aug

Mare Testimonii

written and illustrated by Iron Eater The sun was not quite low enough for Hugh to risk folding up his parasol before he stepped into the lodging house that was set to be his home for the next several days. The interior looked more like a tavern than what he’d expected, though given how small […]

28
Jun

How the Other Halves Live

written and illustrated by Iron Eater   “May the sea and the sky, the light and the dark, and all things between the seasons witness it: I declare you, O Great King of Devils, and you, O Champion of Light, to be wed, and the cycle of strife between you thusly dissolved. Embrace and be […]

26
Apr

With Thee In Spirit

by Iron Eater When Clark got into the urban exploration hobby, he’d expected to be the only thing haunting the condemned manor house out past the edge of town. Worst case scenario, he figured, was that he’d have to evade squatters or some weirdos making meth, and his cautious daytime sweeps with a drone-mounted camera […]