Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 69: The Other Side Part 1

Abouna Panak has brought a disbelieving Heyem Merek to the Floating Asylum to show her proof of an Amanojuko conspiracy to take over the world, in the near future. The Other Side Part 2 will be released same time next week. (CLICK HERE for next chronological story)

Abouna Panak and Heyem Merek, Set in The Floating Asylum, somewhere in The Tasman Sea. (4003)
Abouna Panak and Heyem Merek, Set in The Floating Asylum, somewhere in The Tasman Sea. (4003)

Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 66: Alexand Merek Part 3

(HAPPY NEW YEAR everyone!) Alexand Merek has been unable to return to the army, due to her asylum record.  She spends most of her time very isolated and alone, as her husband, Jarad teaches English to rich Indian families and often spends day’s away working. She is not accepted in her community and cannot get a job teaching music because of her conviction. Her son Samuel is unable to go to school, due to the stigma attached to her imprisonment. Alexand spends a lot of time teaching him at home, but is sinking deeper into depression and alcoholism. One day a knock at the door changes her family’s prospects. (Note: The ‘writer’ is a transportation and storage device common amongst the resistance, and was created by Anesidor Sumian.) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Alexand's back story set in India (3998)
Alexand’s back story set in India (3998)

Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 50: Helga Ritter

After injecting herself with the blood of Ichitumbu Jalhavi, (see Amanojuko Part 4) Helga Ritter stands on her balcony onboard The Floating Asylum, contemplating her own meaning. She is now an immortal and it feels so good. Next to her is fellow scientist, and Amanojuko Lord, Professor Filius Anderson. (Whom Alexand later calls, Dr. Grim) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Helga Ritter’s back story, set on The Floating Asylum Ship, somewhere in The Indian Ocean. (3987)

Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 48: Jarad Vijay Part 2

Falling asleep at night is hard for Alexand Merek. She’s desperately trying to function as she did before The Floating Asylum. However, she’s changed, and this is having a devastating affect on her husband, Jarad, who is trying his best to help her adjust back into family life. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Jarad’s back story, set in India (3997)

Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 46: Inajda Rekaya Part 2

After her daughter, Alexand was released from a Floating Asylum, Inajda spent six months helping Alexand’s husband, Jarad to care for Alexand. Alexand returned in a catatonic and emaciated state, but eventually woke up. A month after Alex woke, Inajda is trying to help her daughter come to terms with what has happened to her. Unfortunately Inajda wasn’t there for most of Alexand’s childhood, but is trying her best to make up for the missing years. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Inajda’s back story, set in India (3997)

Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 36: Amanojuko Part four

After being taken from Katherine De Somme’s laboratory sickbay, Ichitumbu Jalhavi wakes in an unfamiliar place. He can feel the ground moving. He’s alone inside somewhere that echoes and creaks. (See Amanojuko parts one, two and three) This story also features Helga Ritter. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Ichitumbu Jalhavi onboard The Floating Asylum ship, somewhere in The Indian Ocean (3987)

Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 32: The Floating Asylum Part 4

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.

The Floating Asylum, somewhere in The Indian Ocean. Alexand Merek (3996)