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Crescent City Chaos

Crescent City Chaos

By Michael Seary

The Crescent City, the Big Easy, the City That Care Forgot. New Orleans Louisiana is rife with all the elements that could inspire desperate folk to commit grievous acts with nothing but their their ruthless aspirations to guide them. Drugs, alcohol, guns, strippers, gambling, and hookers - if you… Read On »

Crikey!

Crikey!

By Phil Sbszine

Ah, the Lucky Country. Where else in the world can a bloke chunder on a dingo while his missus is panning for gold in a cane toad infested billabong? Explore contentious political issues or antipodean stereotypes in this flexible Aussie playset. Read On »

Danger Zone!

Danger Zone!

By Matt Glover

Being an international spy agency can be hard work—agents in the field risking their lives, staff at home working hard to make a buck, management attempting to keep the balls in the air to make sure everything runs smoothly. A lot can go wrong. Throw in egotistical super spies using their position t… Read On »

Death for $ale

Death for $ale

By Jason Y. Lee

Death is always around us, but when is it an accident and when is it orchestrated? How do we know that the dictator of that Middle Eastern country died of a natural heart attack? The "murder for hire" business is a huge necessity and has been currently flooded with killers as of late. Now… Read On »

Death’s Mouth Island

Death’s Mouth Island

By Graham Shaw

Isla Boca Muerte (Death’s Mouth Island) is an 8 mile long island off the coast of Peru. In the early part of the 20th century it was used for mining diamonds but now it is owned by Nypton Ind. This company has built a large resort on the island. Several guests have been invited to the luxury hotel, a… Read On »

Deja la Sangre Correr

Deja la Sangre Correr

By Ricardo Sanz (Dacosta)

Las finas batas de médicos y enfermeras caen al suelo por parejas a la menor oportunidad, mientras luchan por la vida de los pacientes y por conseguir destacar en un gremio altamente competitivo. Manejan drogas, vidas y órganos, pasando más de la mitad de sus vidas entre esas paredes verdes y bajo es… Read On »

The Dirt People

The Dirt People

On the edge of an urban world filled with botox, toy poodles, and type-A personalities, lies a forgotten place where culture goes to die. Coachella Desert Parties Indian Casinos Off-Roading The Birthplace of the “Bro” True plateaus of human evolution… Somewhere East… very East of Los Angeles is the 909 — a… Read On »

Dirty Cops

Dirty Cops

The cops in El Centro have a unique motto—Bad Cop, Bad Cop. Anyone whose ever been brought in for questioning here knows to tell the truth, or wake up in a cell with a criminal who is far worse than you. Beatings are always an option too. But that’s not the worst of it. The worst is that the cops her… Read On »

Documentary Now

Documentary Now

By Luke Bayne

For your edification Take 1 All you wanted to do was produce a nice, educational documentary. But now your financial backers are making demands about content. When crew members aren’t high, they’re fighting. Someone’s dad is wandering around giving you lighting advice. And there seems to be a famil… Read On »

Double Cross Country Dash!

Double Cross Country Dash!

By Simon Brake

You’re going to be rich. Seriously rich. Miles away there’s a small fortune waiting for you, if you can get there in time. Of course it’s not just you. You’ve got your souped up engine. You’ve got your driving buddy. And you’ve got several car loads of competitors with exactly the same plan as you. It’ll take … Read On »

Double Down

Double Down

The bright lights and ringing sounds of a thousand slot machines... naive out-of-towners from corn-belt states looking to soak up a little East Coast glamour... great racing stadiums filled with the sounds of dogs and horses... chips, dollar bills, and body parts passing from loser to winner...… Read On »

Dragon 2000 All You Can Eat

Dragon 2000 All You Can Eat

Nestled in the strip mall off of Hyatt Street is a hole in the wall restaurant. It says “Chinese cuisine” on the plate glass window, but no one in China is likely to recognize the foods therein. Most of the clientele appears to be Jewish, though there is one noteable exception. The Dragon 2000 All You… Read On »

East Sea Ire

East Sea Ire

Sindo is well off the east coast of South Korea, close to the international sea border of its sister country to the north. Almost 1 hour by a daily ferry is the only way to get to this small island. Village life in this sleepy fishing town has been quiet, but things are stirring. A Seoul… Read On »