by Joachim Heijndermans
Funny, a thing like her being so beautiful. Asleep, she could pass for human, were it not for the teeth at the corners from her mouth. Sleeping beauty in a drop pod.
The colony is right below us. Blissfully unaware of what is about to come down on them. Bloodsucker outbreak, brought to them by a shot of Carmilla.
Horrible way to die. And any infected survivors would get the thirst and the sun’s burn, I tell you what. I’d feel bad, but one look at the poster of the King massacre kills any of that.
Green light. Bombs away.
Joachim Heijndermans writes, draws, and paints nearly every waking hour. Originally from the Netherlands, he’s been all over the world, boring people by spouting random trivia. His work has been featured in a number of anthologies and publications, such as Mad Scientist Journal, Asymmetry Fiction, Hinnom Magazine, Ahoy Comics’s Edgar Allan Poe’s Snifter of Terror, Metaphorosis and The Gallery of Curiosities, and he’s currently in the midst of completing his first children’s book. You can check out his other work at www.joachimheijndermans.com, or follow him on Twitter: @jheijndermans.