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Trickster is the story of Rory, a charming ne’er-do-well who functions as an exterminator of sorts. Beset by Banshees? Call Rory. Has your baby been swapped for a Changeling ? Rory’s your man. And why is Rory the only thing that can stand between you and the fantastical creatures of the night ? Because he’s one of them. Meet Rory the Leprechaun; powered by gold he’s the ultimate hustler, the ultimate con-man, the ultimate Trickster.
A mother pushes her child in front of a train, your husband wakes up as a completely different person, your best friend suddenly disappears. Tragic things happen all the time and who knows the reason?
Rory does. Rory is a Leprechaun, not the crappy horror version or the fairy tale stories obsessed with rainbows. Rory is real, and he knows there are real monsters - monsters that feed on humans, mind, body and soul.
The love child of John Constantine and Han Solo, Rory is a ne’er do well who uses charm, magic and a bit of luck to remind the bastards who banished him from his home not to fuck with humanity. There’s nothing he and his team of fellow exiles likes better than sending some butt-ugly, baby-gobbling beast back to the other side in a zip-lock bag and getting paid for it in gold.
But Rory has a secret. Before he was banished to the new world he stole something from the faeries that he must never let them have back -- weapons that if found would ignite a war of unprecedented destruction. And when the faeries find out he’s the culprit, even his former allies will want his blood and it’ll take every trick Rory’s got to keep us all safe.
Trickster blends the psychological horror of Hellblazer with slapstick, sex and as many inappropriate jokes as can be stuffed into a dead puppy. Trickster has the overarching relationship-based story that fans of Fables, Sandman, and Lucifer crave – with a monster-of-the-week hook. Each stand-alone adventure, set in and around modern day Boston, builds the framework for the larger story eventually revealing Rory’s origins and the battle back in Ireland that will change two worlds forever.
First Arc summary
Rory’s quiet life of drinking pints and flirting with patrons at his pub is broken when a series of strange suicides come to his attention through Father Paul MacTavish, one of only two humans who knows Rory’s true nature. Rory finds himself face-to-slobbering maw with an Alp Luachra - a demonic tapeworm that forces its hosts into horrific actions in order to feed off the emotional response. The problem, besides a 300-pound slug that can slither into Rory’s guts and make him a puppet? You can’t kill an “Alpie” without killing the host, and Father Paul is the latest to have been possessed.
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