Demons stalk the earth, science fiction, and comic books. Has fascinating parallels to The Demon’s Lexicon, while also being completely different. Notable: the only book I can recall by a white author with a white protagonist where white characters are described as “white”, i.e. which does not assume whiteness as a default. It’s startling how much of a difference that makes.
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