Dr. Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll in "A Difference of Opinion"
Edited by R. Allen Leider
Special Horror issue
Illustrated by Ed Coutts, design by Rich Harvey
Awesome Tales #8 presents seven stories of spine-tingling horror! Featuring "A Difference of Opinion" by R. Allen Leider, written as an homage to the late Peter Cushing -- best known for his starring roles in British horror films. Read more about it on the blog.
- "A Difference of Opinion" by R. Allen Leider
Dr. Frankenstein and Dr. Jekyll — two titans of malevolent medicine, comparing notes and taking names in a diabolical game of show-and-tell! "A Difference of Opinion" by R. Allen Leider depicts the unsavory events when Victor Frankenstein creates a perfect synthetic human -- but Henry Jekyll decides to test this new creature, and brings Mr. Hyde out to play!
- "The Monster of Sheltonville" by CJ Henderson and John L. French
Scientists go "in search of" a legendary lake monster.
- "On the Way Home" by Sandra Lee Rauenzahn
A woman’s nostalgic return to her childhood home turns into a nightmare as a horror from her past awaits her in a train station.
Douglas Yancy Funni sees beauty differently than most people.
An archaeological expedition uncovers political corruption, ritual murder and unspeakable ancient terror.
- "Nightwork" by Alan Jaffee
A funeral parlor employee moonlights as a grave robber.
- "Occurrence at Capri" by Audrey Parente
Beauty is only skin deep, but words can ruin a friendship …