Krampus is coming. Do not bother running. Do not bother hiding, and don’t bother deleting your internet history. Rest assured that Krampus knows everything you’ve done, and there is nothing you can do about it. Don’t believe me? Read the stories featured in Deadman’s Tome Krampus Christmas to get an idea of what’s in store for you and any and every deplorable friend you know. The Night Before Krampus illustrates that it may take less than you think to receive a special visit. The Present serves as a warning to avoid any and all suspicious gifts. Snowman Town shows that Krampus can manifest in different forms. Santa’s Bag delivers a sliver of hope, of redemption, because Krampus is a man of his word. Sugarplums and Other Carrion is a chilling and sinister tale of disappearing children that shows just how wicked the Krampus curse can be. The Plasticization of Christmas wraps up with a tale that reminds you that no one in your family is spared when you’re a family of deplorable, debaucherous characters ripe for a Jerry Springer episode.
“People love me. And you know what, I have been very successful. Everybody loves me.” – Donald Trump
People love you, alright. But not in the way you think, Mr. Get-Rich-Off-Of-Daddy’s-Tit. People love to mock you. People love to shower you with disrespect. If it was an option, people would drop a steaming pile of sloppy feces on your name. When you pass away, people would line up just to piss on your grave. But that wouldn’t matter to you, would it? The golden showers would come at a price, and boy would people fork over the cash. Regardless, you are the president of the United States of America, and I will raise a glass to you and give you that much. I’’ call you President, but with it comes a whole nasty serving of unadulterated ridicule. This issue of Deadman’s Tome is all about you, Mr. Trump. Dark, twisted, satirical tales at your expense, plus with a interview you had with me that you may not recall. I hope you enjoy.
I do not believe in trigger warnings or safe spaces. The idea that I would have to warn adults that they’re about to read adult material and that the subject matter might be, gosh, too “adult” for them is pathetic. With that said, No Safe Word might just be the most deplored and debaucherous piece of filth Deadman’s Tome has ever released. No Safe Word is a smooth blend of horrific perversions, hardcore erotica, and the brutal imagery that Deadman’s Tome is known for. With a title like No Safe Word, it should be of no surprise that this issue contains strong images of misogyny, misandry, BDSM, brutal beatings, and demonic sex. If you cannot stomach that, then please, do not go any further.