Category Archives: Afterdeath

Afterdeath: Nothing Ever Ends


It had only been one month. The body count rose daily. He had stopped killing only those that were deemed “bad guys.” Moving on to other heroes and finally innocent people. He had set off bombs, ran through crowds firing … Continue reading

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Afterdeath: Gravedigging


He’s dug far enough with the shovel. Now he’s throwing dirt with his hands, covering the grass, stirring up dust onto the headstones. The casket is there, still sealed. He thinks it might even be warm to his touch, but … Continue reading

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Afterdeath: Psychoanalysis of Nothing


They call me The Fixer. I get things. Information. Weapons. Whatever is called for. I’m neither good, nor bad. I’m not a hero or a villain. I’m just here, there, wherever I’m needed. I most recently had to acquire bullets. … Continue reading

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Afterdeath: Sidekicking Around


I’m Bullet. Not The Bullet. Not a bullet. Just Bullet. They call me a sidekick, he calls me his partner. These days I’m not sure what I am. I’m not sure what he is either. I watched as he died, … Continue reading

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Afterdeath: Face to Face With Nothing


He falls twenty stories. Bones break, shatter, on the street below. All goes dark. That’s death, he discovers. Darkness. Loneliness. There is no white light to guide. Family and friends are not waiting. Not even a devil waiting with a … Continue reading

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Afterdeath: Bullets for Change


“You need to stop coming here.” He makes his way through the grass to the man staring at a monument. “It’s my grave. They buried me here.” “Right. And now you are back, you are here. That grave is empty. … Continue reading

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Afterdeath: An introduction


In comics, a superhero will die and then, of course, will be brought back to life. I have never read any exploration of what the character would go through being brought back to life. So, I have decided to write … Continue reading

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