ABOUT ME

Who am I? If you don’t know, you better ask somebody!

What’s that? You asked somebody and they didn’t know who I was, either?

*Sigh* Okay, let’s give this a shot:

Of all the tales woven on these interwebz, few are more strange as that of Rhyan Scorpio-Rhys.  Cursed, apparently, on the ferry to Isle of Staten during the Winter of our discontent for denying the existence of his hybrid Human/Muse progeny and compelled to forever navigate between the worlds of the Mundane and Mankind, and subsequently known in all the strange and wonderful lore of both realms as…  HED (Hermetic, Extremely Dangerous).

If encountered, never feed from your bare hand.

Pardon me? You say you’re still not satisfied? Alrighty then, here’s the boring meat of the nutshell:

Rhyan Scorpio-Rhys is a horror, science fiction and religious fantasy screenwriter, speculative fiction author with many short stories published and award-winning comic book writer. He has written numerous titles for Visual Assault Comics Press, including Genaissance: A Parable Scribed by the Shadowside of God, NIXA!, Maseo: Hero-Killer, Improbable Impact, Ruehl, Loam: the Intrepid, Mindset, Polymer Doll Isabeau, The Revenue Man, and the acclaimed Xeric Grant-winning Sofa Jet City Crisis.

Among his favorite authors are Harlan Ellison, John Varley, Peter Clines, Paul Tremblay, Blake Crouch, Neil Gaiman, Walter Jon Williams, Elmore Leonard, and Stephen King.

His favorite screenwriters include Billy Wilder, Joel Coen, William Goldman, Paul Haggis, Paddy Chayefsky, Frank Darabont, Akiva Goldsman and David Mamet.

Satisfied now?

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