We wanted to get this out on the 3rd, but 2019 so far has been rough, personally and subsistence-wise. Mabel and I also ended up needing time to iron out a few kinks in our schedule and creative process. But finally, finally, it did come together—two weeks behind schedule, sure. But now we’re stoked as fuck to hit the ground running.
So, without any further ado… enjoy!
EPISODE ONE (Prologue)
“The Longest Night”
story by Mabel Harper & Cassidy Webb
written by Cassidy Webb
Saving the world wasn’t a thing Luke Langit would have tried to do if she weren’t in it.
But she was.
So here he was, just minutes from midnight on the longest night of the year, hurrying down the walking trail off Hermit’s Lane, the night-vision agimat behind his left ear amped to full blast as he glanced over his shoulder for the umpteenth time to make sure he hadn’t been followed.
It was cold, but not nearly cold enough for the middle of the night in late December. Philly had only gotten one real snow so far this season, back in mid-November. Since then, it had been too warm for snow.
Fuckin’ global warming. Even if I do stop the apocalypse, damn mundanes are gonna kill us all.
Luke kept his hooded head down, ignored the jeers of a band of piss-drunk frat boys who roved past him in the opposite direction. Kept his eyes to the trail as a crumpled beer can bounced off his shoulder.
UPenn white legacy sons of bitches…
Whatever. They didn’t matter.
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