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Adrenaline Shots

Adrenaline Shots is a British Sci-Fi & Horror Anthology Comic which publishes to the major online comics platforms including Tapas and Line Webtoon.

It is presented by the vampire / dominatrix / nurse (she’s a triple threat, literally!) Mistress Morphine and the stories are written by her long-suffering unwilling slave Danny Richard, whom she forces into writing strange and unusual stories to be shared with the world.

The stories include the sexy horror-comedy “Saturday Night Séance” (Black Magic, Beer and a love triangle. What could possibly go wrong?), the sci-fi military action comic “Age of Yokai” (where mythical Japanese creatures reappear in the modern world), the cryptozoology adventure comic Beastly, the eponymous “Adrenaline Shots” which follows Danny’s vain attempts to escape the gothic and dangerous Morphine Manor, and “Danny’s Weird and Wonderful Webcomic Reviews” where Danny reviews odd and offbeat films, books, theatre productions and other entertainment items.

So far, Age of Yokai has been hand-picked and front-paged by Newgrounds, and Monstrous the prequel series to Beastly has been hand-picked and front-paged by Tapas on the site in the “New and Noteworthy” section.

If you want to check out the series, you can follow it at:

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