Humor, fiction, and other series from the Meadhall writers.
Baphomet's Cookbook follows the adventures of a parallel universe Usurper who likes square hamburgers and hates organized religion. In this way, he is much like the Usurper of this universe, but without the time traveling.
Funk's merry overseas missives, written on a study-abroad trip to Bath, England.
Blackened Rants is a series of articles covering subjects that were irritating the author at the time they were written. Sometimes incoherent, but always with a point. And if you don't agree too damned bad. Write your own rants, these are mine! Yeah! Take that, fascists!
Based on the epic ten-sentence story project by Ozmodeus, Unspeakable, Funk, and Usurper, the saga of the dragon-hunting Daymara is expaanded and embellished in this serialized retelling.
If you've ever wondered about the seamy underbelly of the cereal mascot world, then look no further. Cereal Exposé gives you the scoop on all the heartbreak, tragedy, and scandal.
Furor's examination of television's trend towards the morbid and perverse and the Freudian death instinct such trends represent.
Learn how to cheese your way to success in show-biz for the price of a used car!
"Kill Your Gods" is what happens when a bitter bastard looks back on things that promised nothing but unadulterated AWESOMENESS. Like all gods, these articles of greatness are found wanting.
News you can't find anywhere else. And it's brief, even. Kids love that nowadays. No attention span.
Real Life Miracles has it all: life or death struggles, divine intervention, and—occassionally—blood and gore. You know they're true because you read them on the internet. Praise Jesus!
Shadows of My Lanta chronicles the events of 2040 and beyond in an alternate world where aliens have systematically conquered everything with the help of humans themselves. Each chapter describes the struggles during and since.
At some point, we all learn the horrible truth about our heroes.
A postcard, a key, a bullet, and a body. Detective Cheney tries to make sense of a senseless crime in a senseless world, documentment by a senseless author.
Sometimes a pie has to go and start spouting off. Next thing you know, chaos. I'm not judging or anything, just saying that maybe if Apple Pie had known how to shut the fuck up, none of this would have happened.
Unspeakable's seventeen-part blood-soaked tale of carnage and woe.
The War College is a multi-authored series of articles on real and simulated warfare.