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Ultimately, he must pit his wits against the wicked usurper Incarnadine, a fearsome figure locked behind impregnable clockwork armor.
His idiomatic montage is a careening screed dictated from a state of alert, all puns intended to turn the hose back on a culture run literally amuck, and whose marquee reads: Raw, Red, Rouge, Incarnadine.
Incarnadine: A friend's mother had made hamburger patties for us, but rather than waxed paper, she had separated them with tin foil before freezing them.
Greene is the author of the book Incarnadine: The True Memoirs of Count Dracula, which came out in September.
Weâre the Vanguard, the Annulusi, the Choir Incarnadine, the Brethren of Saint Donnait, the Van Heim Group, the Cabal of Seven Mysteries, the Seersâ Society, the Acolaotica, the Order Occlusive, and many others.
‹‹ Book Review: Incarnadine – The True Memoirs of Count Dracula Volume One by R.H. Greene Interview with Filmmaker and Actress Brooke Lemke ››