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The Horror - 817 by FutureDami The Horror - 817 by FutureDami
Not far from Fingal's Quarry there is a keen spot where hip teeners hang out and shake their collective groove thangs to "rock and roll". This tide pool of hormones, angst, and music is known as "Party Beach" and it was never a safe place.

Though recently, a BP barge discharged toxic waste, which of course created mutant protazoa with vampiric tendencies. Though foiled by New England physicist Eulabelle, the Horror still roams the coastal town preying on young women like so many Kennedys.

The Horror is a somewhat slow powerhouse specializing in status ailments and drains. The cnidocyte stinging tendrils can paralyze, burn, and posion opponents. The multiple ovipositors can extend a frightening distance and sap an enemies health, healing the Horror. It can make for a very irritating battle, as the Horror often finishes a fight with more health than it started with.
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TheGurch Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2013
This is fantastibalous work indeed, love the coloring! 
HighRollerHydra Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
"Is there anyone who likes pickles as much as I do?"
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6inTruder Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012
I love the colour scheme. I also love the description. "New England physicist Eulabelle"
KingBeauregard Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2012
FutureDami, I think I love you. "The Horror of Party Beach" is bliss incarnate, and I don't think I'll ever see a finer rendition of the monster.

Not questioning your choice for 817, but in a perfect world there would be also be Msties of the Deepok Chopra Motorcycle Gang using their leader as a battering ram, men in tiny bathing suits tossing other men in tiny bathing suits, and the Del-Aires.
KingBeauregard Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2012
"One thing I never got about this movie was why the head scientist who lives in NEW ENGLAND IN THE 1960'S has a black maid straight out of Gone With The Wind.

"However, Eulabelle was probably the only competant character in the whole movie. She was the one who discovered that Sodium kills the Monsters!"

ScreamMas: the concept of the movie was an atomic age zombie film. Bear that in mind, as well as the fact that zombies of legend (not of movies) are stopped by salt, and it becomes clear: Eulabelle is functionally a voodoo priestess who knows how to stop the zombies. She DOES state she knows more than she lets on, you know. Plus she carries a voodoo doll.

If you want a surprise, watch the second to last scene closely, where Hank is in Elaine's room: Elaine has a voodoo doll of Tina on her nightstand. Yes, the very Tina who was Hank's former love interest and also the first monster's first victim. Suddenly you realize this is the Citizen Kane of atomic age zombie movies, and it's only after you've seen the end that you realize Elaine's voodoo doll is probably what set the chain of events in motion.

In summary, look Polish!
FutureDami Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Holy crap, man! I am knocked asunder by the ramifications of this. Still wrapping my head around this possibility...

ELAINE WAS THE VILLAIN?! She was systematically clearing out all female rivals so she could be the only one for Hank (literally)?

I need to have a sit down. This is a lot to take in.
KingBeauregard Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2012
She dabbled in things she did not understand -- more Sorcerer's Apprentice than villain. I don't imagine she even imagined her Tina voodoo doll would work, much less that it would spill over and affect potential rivals.

She learned, almost too late, that woman is a feeling creature and, because of it, the greatest in the universe. She learned, too late for herself, that women have to make their own way, to make their own mistakes. There can't be any gift of perfection from outside ourselves. And, when women seek such perfection, they find there's only death, fire, loss, disillusionment, the end of everything that's gone forward. Women have always sought an end to toil and misery. It can't be given; it has to be achieved. There is hope, but it has to come from inside, from woman herself.
lion-dance Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2012
Cool, he's a Metroid creature!
SithVampireMaster27 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012
More like the Hilarity.
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