Godless League #9 (The Doze - "Stalk of Shame") by Drew Stepek
John Slaughterdozer is: THE DOZE
"Stalk of Shame"
A down-on-his-luck wannabe actor named Chance McAlister becomes indebted to Globoshame's CEO Charles Busk after trying to rob one of the company's pharmacies. Rather than face certain jail time, he pays Busk back by becoming a security guard in the mysterious basement labs of the Globoshame HQ.
Seems like a piece of cake and the only way to get out of the red. That is... until McAlister finds out what he'll be guarding.
Are you sick of pussy superheroes who have too much backstory and not enough killer instinct? Do you wish comic books would just jump from one brutal kill scene to another more brutal kill scene? Do you think like a nine-year-old who just watched I Spit on Your Grave for the first time?
The Godless League is for you!
Short on story. Long on hyper-violent, mostly misguided, vigilante justice is what Stabberger, Lushbutcher, and Slaughterdozer are all about!
Leave the genuine world-building and plausible origin stories to the mainstream… all we care about is bloodlust and carnage! Fuck them, anyway. They’ve taken enough of your money and given you nothing but disappointment. When was the last time a Marvel hero cut off a Nazi’s cock? Steve Rogers doesn’t got the guts. What kind of hero is that?
Godless League is a new monthly, psychotic, bizarro, short series from the juvenilely sadistic minds of John Baltistberger, Lucy Leitner, and Drew Stepek.
You Can't Keep a Good Man(?) Down
Following the events of Concrete Christmas, Slaughterdozer is out of commission and transported to a secret Globoshame facility where he can be studied and held securely captive. All of that will change when a wannabe actor and two-bit criminal, Chance McAlister, is forced to take a job with one of Charles Busk's companies to pay penance for attempting to rob his distant in-law. Chance never anticipated he'd be coming face-to-face with a monster of living concrete or that his coworkers would be grade-A douchebags, but life works out that way for him. Seeing The Doze from a different perspective, that of a relatively innocent bystander with no love lost for Globoshame or its CEO, Charles Busk, Stepek provides readers with a glimpse of just how inhuman Slaughterdozer appears from the outside--and how human he can still be. Will The Doze escape from his confinement? Will McAlister work off his debt to Globoshame? Will you just read the damn story and find out for yourself?
Another epic story from the Godless League
The Doze is back, and clearly not at all what I expected. If you're a fan of the series, Stalk of Shame, will give you a new POV and still deliver the seedy city goons and shenanigans of this mythos. I suggest picking it up, seeing a softer side of the Doze, from another character's telling, and indulging. This was a quick, well written, read, and I HIGHLY recommend.
Down but not out
New job - check. More Doze - Check. Great new addition to The Doze. New POV, LEADING TO MORE DOZE INFUSED VIOLENCE. LOVE the DOZE!