Flinch (1999-2001) #16

A look at the dark side of human nature haunts this trio of creepy tales. Three wealthy Victorian lords quench their appetite for blood in "The Wedding Breakfast" (written by Mike Carey with art by Craig Hamilton); a medical experiment brings new meaning to the word "speed" for a hopeful HMO employee seeking life in the fast lane in "A Temporary Life" (written by Charlie Boatner with art by Philip Bond); and a young man slides down the slippery slope of a seedy XXX-rated show in "Descent."