The Sky is Broken (a short story)It had been a long time since any life could be found in the decayed ruins ofa once thriving city that held over 10,000 living souls. The buildings thatonce rose above the streets now laid warped from years of erosion – fromthe harsh winds, their insides stripped bare of anything remotely valuable. Itno longer looked like a city but a carcass of a giant body that had beenpicked clean by parasites.Among the rotting corpses and the hollow rusted remains of vehicles,Ken Boxer hobbled through the long abandoned streets with barely anystrength remaining to hold himself up.From the thick sea of pale gray clouds, a cold wind bellowed throughthe valley between the old crumbling buildings, cutting through what littleraggy pieces of cloth Ken had assembled together as a coat. His joints achedas the chill repeatedly swept over him. The load he carried on his back madeall that much heavier by the freezing gust.The chemical residue from the poison rain that laid upon thepavemen
Daily Sketch Challenge #82. Spider-Ham, from the Marvel comedy book "Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham "
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