The conclusion of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Stevenson’s analysis of the duality of human character prefigures Jung. And Hyde is really ugly. Like, super ugly.
The truth is coming out, and it is NOT pretty. Neither is Edward Hyde.
Not all mistakes can be unmade, not all bells can be unrung.
It appears that Mr Hyde is even more of a cad than Utterson expected. What hold does this unpleasant man have over the highly respected Dr Jekyll?
It’s back to Robert Louis Stevenson for another dose of macabre Victorian horror! Tally ho!
It’s HP Lovecraft time again! Eldritch knowledge, unknown bestial forces, and swarthy Italians – it’s all too terrifying!
Well, we all knew that art is dangerous, and Richard Upton Pickman is here to show you why. Also, his friend Thurber is weirdly obsessed with proving he’s not a sissy.
The stunning conclusion to this epic tale, slightly more shocking than the fact that Dejah Thoris lays eggs. (Why does nobody find this weird?) Trust me, you won’t see this coming!
Everything is coming together for an epic finale! John Carter tackles Barsoom’s complicated marriage and divorce laws. Tars Tarkas juggles being a statesmen of the Green Men AND being a single dad. And is anyone else wondering what happened to the White Apes?
Nothing is simple in life, not even on Barsoom. The Warhoons may be savage, but the Zodangans are LIARS, and their architecture is needlessly complicated. And who’s taking care of Woola??