The Springfield Horror: Chapter I

Legend is both the expression and a story. An eerie tale of tepid progress through a dark period of dark acts. Far from being only the story of the gods and a magical moment of black magic or magical purification, as human beings would have imagined, it is a story of history. A story of darkness, barbarism, and bloodshed. It is a story of the endless cycles of Springfield’s shadows, the long, dark ages, and the breakdown of…

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Chaotic good. Award winning creative director & writer, ft. in Wired, Inc, SF Chronicle, TNW. Founder thisisstudioself.com

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