Velcem To Darque Towne

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Elizabeth Watasin

"IN DARQUE TOWNE, Day was always Night and the citizens went about their business like clockwork. A girl walked the walls above their heads, more peculiar than the rest, for she was a Vampyre. Unlike her fellow residents she suffered from an overly large emotion-capacitor. Fey Dently was a terribly sophisticated Puppetron."This illustration is the back cover to Carolyn Belefski and Curls Studio's comic book, The Carnival Anthology. One of the anthology's featured stories, "In Darque Towne" by Elizabeth Watasin, is the first comic book appearance of the Vampyre, Fey Dently.

Published More than a year ago

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