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Franken Fran meets Dr. MunozA little drabble. I felt sorry for the old cryogenic zombie, and here I show my hopeful side. (Anything is possible as long as you have enought determination... and mad science).
A sorta crossover between Lovecraft and the Franken Fran manga, ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franken_Fran ) with just a touch of Bradbury.
The young writer looked on nervously as the strange woman hovered over the old doctor. Her two hulking assistants hovered nearby, ready to move equipment as needed. In spite of the jacket and gloves he wore, he shivered violently: the room was little better than freezing.
The peculiar quintet with which he shared the room weren't shivering, he noted. True, they were all wearing fairly warm clothing, but the doctor was sitting right in front of the massive air conditioning machines, getting the full icy blast: if the woman's long, slender fingers had gone numb in their thin rubber gloves, they failed to show any sign of it, manipulating tools and instruments with dazzling
We're in the CloverJust a wee drabble. Having run into the tie-in Manga for Cloverfield, I felt like doing something a bit different in format...
"A Japanese naval submarine off Coney Island?"
"Maybe they're also after what we've been looking for."
"But if what fell into the sea was a Japanese satellite or rocket, why would they keep it a secret?"
"Perhaps it has a radioactive power source. It would be an embarrassment to drop such a thing on an ally's beachfront property."
"In any event, Admiral, step up the search. See if we can get some sort of answer from the Japanese government the ambassador claims he knows nothing."
"Wait I can see something now."
"It's a smooth surface, curving down towards the ocean floor. It extends as far as the sub's lights will reach in every direction. It has an organic, greasy look to it."
"Sonar cannot distinguish between this and the ocean floor rise Clover was heading for. We're going over it it seems to be all one thing"
"What do I
After DormancyIt has been nearly a decade since the Earth fell into the sun, and children are growing up on Mars to whom the notion of Earth as a "home" is strange. The endless tunnels of Mars are what is familiar, the sour stink of the enormous recycling algae tanks, the harsher smell of the powerful disinfectants that prevent the growth of fungi and bacteria in vital equipment the endless throb of air purifiers and heating systems, spacesuit drill and tunnel-digging, and the terrible/wonderful sight of the endless red desert of Mars, speckled here and there with the dark, lumpy shapes of Martian pseudo-cacti.
When Iilah blew itself to atoms in 1950, it initially provided a propaganda boost to the USSR, which accused the US of endangering the world with a new "superbomb", which had distributed an alarming amount of radioactivity into the upper atmosphere and caused hundreds of thousands of casualties throughout the Pacific region thanks to the t
Stranger LoveI am not the sunlit wing-print
splayed out on the bedroom wall.
I am not the dark mass forming
in a corner of an airless hall.
I am not the viscous vengeance
where you sink your spinning wheels.
I am not the leaky bucket
hung up on your wishing well.
You are not my soul mate missing
wandering a winter's night.
You are not the sound of angels
singing by a candle's light.
You are not the rasp of fingers
fumbling with a hasp of steel.
You are not the tattered towel
soaking up the things I feel.
I am the oblivious child,
dancing where the wildflowers are.
You are my unwitting captive
lighting up a jelly jar.
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