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Murky Depths #16: The Quarterly Anthology Of Graphically Dark Speculative Fiction

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Michele Lee
Murky Depths is without a doubt one of my favorite magazines. Spawned out of the UK it's a hybrid blend of graphic strips (don't call these moody, dark tales comics) and short stories, science fiction, fantasy, horror, articles and interviews. Richard Calder's Dead Girls takes the cover of issue 16, but we'll get to that in a bit.

The first tale in this issue is Alan Baxter's Mirrorwalk. This one has a Lovecraft feel, no elder gods, but two people who stumble upon ancient scrolls of magic find th
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