BRCSD973 – Kaiju Kaos: Holiday Horrors, Jingle Bells
A short story by Bryan K. Borgman (aka Stratos).
Holiday Horrors, Jingle Bells is a brief tale about Krampus and Raven Beng. This is a stand-alone short story that takes place within the greather mythology of Kaiju Kaos.
In addition to the 3-page story, official Kaiju... [click here for more]
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Superheroes have been an integral part of popular society for decades and have given rise to a collective mythology familiar in popular culture worldwide.
Though scholars and fans have recognized and commented on this mythology, its structure has gone largely unexplored. This book provides a model and lexicon for identifying the superhero mythos.
The author examines the myth in several narratives--including... [click here for more]
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