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New Darkness In The East takes place in Japan following an event known as ‘the skyfall’ in which a mysterious object has fallen from the sky in the middle of the night, fluctuating and disturbing energy sources throughout all of Japan. In the following days paranormal incidents appear to be on a drastic new rise. An ominous new atmosphere as fallen over Japan. Restless spirits have taken terrifying new insect-like forms and behaviors, they have become stronger, their presence more widespread, their curse amplified and more dangerous than ever before. The backstories will focus on the life, their death, the original ghost legend, and lastly the new amplified curse of each new individual ghost presented. This new take on Japanese horror combines the two great fears of ghosts and that of insects. Combining both of these unpleasantries into the creation of several new ghosts and stories of varying length inspired by the Japanese horror culture surrounding ghosts and urban legends.
Below I will include a very short section from the full story about the new curse of this entity:
New Darkness In The East- As time passed this station and many more subway stations in the area have been deemed cursed as mysterious suicides have been on the rise regardless of the railings and fees now associated with committing suicide on the railways to supposedly help prevent it. There have been reports online of people claiming to have spotted a young blind girl walking around various stations grasping onto the hands of those in the moments before they would commit suicide. After the skyfall event few people claiming to have supernatural and psychic abilities visited the stations in search of answers, soon after swearing to have seen something unexpected, truly horrifying with an inhuman form down there. Something so sinister emitting such a dreadful aura that they refused to enter the station fully nor take the subway system ever again... The suicides down there have grown more grisly and frequent, sighting of the woman known as Fukitsuna has stricken fear into the hearts of commuters.
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Ryan Nieves (b. 1993) is an illustrator, fine artist, and writer from Staten Island, New York. Practicing the art of traditional drawing since early childhood, it was around his freshman year of college where he decided to get serious and wanted to commit to the arts professionally. A mostly self-taught artist, a majority of his work is dark in nature and explores concepts rooted in horror. He was inspired to take this route with his art after discovering the Silent Hill video game series. He also takes inspiration from Japanese horror, especially the supernatural aspects stemming from stories, games, and ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.