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  • SubGenre:Manga / Horror
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The Sick N The Vile
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:58
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350929812

The Sick and the Vile

Vol. 1

by Nathaniel Blanchard

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After a chance encounter with death, Maverick embarks on a journey of revenge. But as he embarks on this journey, he slowly descends into madness.
Inspired by series like Dexter and One Piece (manga), I set out on a journey to create a horror series that blend the supernatural horror, Psychological horror, and a pinch of dark humor. This is a fast paced story that doesn't stop pushing. This story revolves around a serial killer who experiences death and goes on a journey to hunt down the man who in his eyes violated him. This story revolves around the themes of identity, culture, death, rebirth and more. Please take a look.
About the author
Nathaniel Blanchard is a devoted author with an unquenchable thirst for the macabre. Born and raised in the the heart of New York (Brooklyn!!!), he developed an early fascination with the mysterious and the eerie, which eventually blossomed into a lifelong passion for horror. Nathan's love affair with the genre began with old school cartoons from studios like Silly Symphony, Fleischer studios, Merrie Melodies, and Hanna-Barbera. Some of my favorite works from these studios include "Peter and the Wolf", "Swing You Sinners!", "Minnie the Moocher", "Bimbo's Initiation" , "Music Land" and many classics from Merrie Melodies. That blossomed into the classic horror films of the 20th century. As a child, his father would bring home VHS tapes of many genres, but after watching the Excorist he was hooked forever. This cinematic foundation served as the cornerstone of his creative journey into the world of horror.

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