After losing her hair, Alexand Merek has been removed from her cell by the scientists who have been experimenting on her for the past four years. She has been taken to an isolated room, where all she can hear is the sound of inhuman breathing. (See The Floating Asylum parts One Two and Three) There’s an uneasy feeling in the lower deck. The wallpaper is peeling, and Alexand feels very exposed and frightened. She has no weapons and her body is close to collapse. Hopes of returning home one day, and seeing her husband, Jarad and son, Samuel, are replaced by a strong need to return to the safety of her cell. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
9 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 32: The Floating Asylum Part 4”
Excellent perspective. Thanks for sharing Nonoy Manga
Powerful art and words here!
Hi, Casey, thank you, I love your art too!
This is great, love your stories!
Fabulous artwork; hope you’ve got an exhibition going somewhere in a gallery!
Thanks Sean, maybe one day! 😀
Great sketches. Rare combination of writing and art.
Thank you! 😀