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"High school can be hell for anyone, but it’s especially difficult for teenage girls spawned by the emissary of a Cthulhu god! Cthu-Louise struggles and is teased at school due to her monstrous appearance. Finally fed up with the bullying and abuse, she decides she will do anything to make herself 'normal.' It’s Carrie meets Call of  Cthulhu!" -- Dark Horse press release

Warning for child abuse

Scans under the cut... )
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Even the most casual John Constantine fan has probably heard of his disastrous, tragic attempt to exorcise a demon from a child in Newcastle, early in his career. But how exactly did it all go down? Jamie Delano reveals all for the first time in this classic, old-school tale of occult horror.

Warning for child abuse and gore.

'They should make me a bloody saint for this.' )

'Secrets'

Jun. 11th, 2018 09:57 am
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This was part of the Spider-Man and Power Pack issue produced with the National Committee for prevention of Child Abuse. It was free so I'm posting the story in its entirety.

Warning for sexual abuse.

Scans under the cut... )
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"I was talking earlier — about anarchy and fascism being the two poles of politics. On one hand you’ve got fascism, with the bound bundle of twigs, the idea that in unity and uniformity there is strength; on the other you have anarchy [...] where the individual determines his or her own life. Now if you move that into the spiritual domain, then in religion, I find very much the spiritual equivalent of fascism. The word "religion" comes from the root word ligare [...] and basically means "bound together in one belief." It’s basically the same as the idea behind fascism; there’s not even necessarily a spiritual component it. Everything from the Republican Party to the Girl Guides could be seen as a religion, in that they are bound together in one belief. So to me, like I said, religion becomes very much the spiritual equivalent of fascism. And by the same token, magic becomes the spiritual equivalent of anarchy, in that it is purely about self-determination, with the magician simply a human being writ large, and in more dramatic terms, standing at the center of his or her own universe. Which I think is a kind of a spiritual statement of the basic anarchist position."
-- Alan Moore, in Margaret Killjoy, Mythmakers & Lawbreakers (2009).

Warning for misogynistic slurs and child abuse.

'The flames of freedom. How lovely. How just.' )

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