Teaching at the local high school for less then a year, Arthur Cadwell has already gained a reputation for having intense paranoia. Worried he might cause harm to the students, the school sends away to a smaller, older town, called Asrium, hoping that the new scenery will help calm his mind. For a while it seems relaxing, but Arthur begins to notice a young male student following him everywhere. He tries to deal with it by asking for help, but with everyone just thinking it was his paranoia acting up, he is stuck facing it alone against his stalker.
Time to enter the world of Nightmares.
Warning: Will contain stalkers, blackmail, psychopaths, and some graphic images.
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Fringe Happy, in a contest across the smackjeeves website, won 'Best Horror' in the 2010 smackjeeves webcomics award! Thank you so much for everyone who voted for Fringe Happy!!
Yeah... I should have announced this earlier, but I wasnt sure if I was going to do one of these today. Anyway I decided to do a double update day today because I have alot of time on my hands now that school is over, and I wouldnt mind progressing the FH story a tad faster during the break. Not sure how many more of these may come, but there may be a small peak in updates. I doubt anyone will even realize I did a second page after it being so late. XD
Anyway...le sigh. I'm a bit depressed about Alejandro not being real, or being real but not to Arthur. Or being real, but being like a puppet, or not being real, or...o_O? Poor Arthur too...I wonder if he's really crazy though. Maybe this is like the Truman show and he's not crazy, but someone is just setting him up to be!
See, Arthur? I told you that you couldn't trust that guy! Not only did he send you off into an endlessly dark tunnel, but he also fed you hallucinogens to believe that he was real and that other people were on the train! Now you're alone in a creeeeepyyy tunnel...
Now, whaddaya say we get off ASAP and start running? Ya know, get a taste of freedom, before someone comes along and tries to lock us up again?