OSU assistant coach Johnny Hazard is a man who has everything: the woman of his dreams, a recently remodeled Dutch Colonial home, and a budding Benadryl habit. But when his wife, Janet, leaves him to "find herself," Johnny's Benadryl abuse grows out of control, and his nightmares follow him into the daylight. Reality melts, and he's introduced to the world behind the world, meeting a cast of wayward characters who know what he knows, and offer a safe harbor from the storm of his life. But Johnny craves terror, and his downward spiral tightens as he examines a growing sickness within society and himself.
The Perilous Awakening of Johnny Hazard is a deconstruction of the every man dedicated to the horrors of human existence, isolation, self-loathing, and everything we keep hidden. The supernatural terrors that haunt his step mirror his internal struggles. Watch a human dumpster fire in action.
In a weird western world . . .
The Great Yonder is a lawless land where money talks and the almighty guilder reigns supreme. While corporations and territories vie for control, outlaws with strange electromagnetic weapons known as chaos casters fight over the scraps. But chaos casters are treacherous, with a talent for firing themselves, and the threat of atomic potential.
A group of outlaws called the Infestation pulls a score on the Winsome Company magnirail, inviting the ire of Madam Gladwin "Winnie" Sherwood, an inventor-magnate, and the most powerful woman in the world. She tasks her beau and head of her private law enforcement, Kaffrey Mild, with bringing the Infestation to justice. But things stall when three of the Infestation go underground in a town outside Sherwood's influence, raising the stakes.
The robbery threatens Winsome Company's standing and Winnie's ambitions for the Yonder. Kaffrey and Winnie disagree about how to proceed, jeopardizing their relationship. All the while, an international banking conglomerate known as the Guild goes head to head with the Winsome Company, and a member of the Infestation targets Madam Sherwood personally, testing her morality and commitment to a brighter future.