HE THOUGHT HE FLED HELL…
A dozen travelers ran from the plagued cities.
Over frozen mountains, across a burning desert.
Yet of those that set out, only he lived to see the journey’s end.
Only he survived.
…AND FOUND THE EDGE OF HEAVEN.
When he came to the Great Forest, he heard the whispers of children. He saw their eyes, grey-green and innocent, peeking from between the ferns and brambles.
Timeless children who lived in balance with the Great Forest he would soon call home.
BUT PARADISE HAS A BLOODY PRICE…
Beneath this perfect balance lays a gruesome cycle.
Beneath this green peace flows a bloody truth.
All that dwell in the Great Forest must follow a rule: devour, or be devoured.
…AND SOON HE MUST MAKE A TERRIBLE OFFERING.
At the crossroads of Pan’s Labyrinth and Children of the Corn lives A Debt of Bacon, a raw and bloody cut of meat, a short tale perfectly spiced with dark fantasy and twisted horror, that asks the question: what could you swallow to survive?