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A trio of disturbing tales for cold autumn nights. A woman struggles with anger that has followed her to the grave-literally-in "Dead Woman Walking" (written by William Messner-Loebs); after boredom takes hold of his marriage, a man finds comfort in the arms of an otherworldly mistress in "The Daywife" (written and pencilled by Phil Hester); and a couple housebound by their monstrous child drifts towards an even more monstrous solution in "El Ogro."