My Florida Idyll, Episode 1: The Journal of Bloody Mary Jane (The Fabulous World of Zenith)

My Florida Idyll Episode The Journal of Bloody Mary Jane The Fabulous World of Zenith The pioneer of what has come to be known as Psychedelic Pulp brings his mix of madness and adventure to digital singles Chuck Miller the creator of The Black Centipede introduces The Fabulous World o

  • Title: My Florida Idyll, Episode 1: The Journal of Bloody Mary Jane (The Fabulous World of Zenith)
  • Author: ChuckMiller
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  • Page: 128
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  • The pioneer of what has come to be known as Psychedelic Pulp brings his mix of madness and adventure to digital singles Chuck Miller, the creator of The Black Centipede introduces The Fabulous World of Zenith, a new and original series that will examine the world of the Black Centipede, Vionna Valis, Mary Kelly and Doctor Unknown Junior from a variety of strange and obliqThe pioneer of what has come to be known as Psychedelic Pulp brings his mix of madness and adventure to digital singles Chuck Miller, the creator of The Black Centipede introduces The Fabulous World of Zenith, a new and original series that will examine the world of the Black Centipede, Vionna Valis, Mary Kelly and Doctor Unknown Junior from a variety of strange and oblique angles The first episode in Miller s series focusing on the city in which his characters live and die takes a look into The Journal of Blood Mary Jane My Florida Idyll For the first time, the Black Centipede s closest friend and most implacable opponent, the mysterious and deadly Mary Jane Gallows, pulls back the shroud on her life in her own words Thrill to her surreal encounters with Ponce De Leon, Cotton Mather, Professor James Moriarty, Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin, Mary Pickford, H P Lovecraft, and many others including her father, the diabolical genius known as Jack the Ripper

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    1. This episode just kind of leaves off, not even with a cliffhanger. Even on that point, the writing is very good and the character of Mary Jane Gallows is interesting. I just hope the second (and apparently last) episode can pull it together.

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