After suffering a heart attack, Marcos learns he will need a transplant. Fortunately, his parents foresaw the day their son would need a new heart and had one grown for him. However, the replacement organ is in Marcos’ best friend Napoleon, a hybrid Chimera who is much more than what it was designed to be.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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While taking the mail to the recycle bin Ken discovers three cats, who are historical deities, have invited themselves into his living room. The cats are intent on dividing the world into three pieces, destroying it in the process. Unexpectedly, Leaf Basil’s dog Planet points out how the math for dividing the Earth will not work and saves the day.

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While tracking down a scam artist who disappeared with 200 million dollars, a freelance insurance investigator stumbles across an online video by the leader of a group called the Free Energy Coalition. She suspects the man in the video is her missing suspect and goes to a Free Energy conference to find out, but is quickly sucked into the murky world of conspiracy theories which claim the laws of thermodynamics have been faked to prevent the world from discovering perpetual motion machines which can generate free energy.

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Woken by his barking dog in the middle of the night Frank can’t get back to sleep. Noticing a drawing which has hung in his dining room for decades, he reminisces about the last conversation he had with his old friend Rob. A would-be graphic novelist, Rob invented the supervillain Doctor Plastic, and Frank finds himself grappling with the idea Doctor Plastic may be real.

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Written by Alan V Hare.

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A self-taught programmer who supports her daughter and herself by hacking robotic medical equipment for clients on the dark net discovers a recent job was the reason her daughter’s friend was arrested. Disgusted by her client’s actions, she decides to turn the tables on them and seek retribution.

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Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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