Child Killers
The Murder Of Hanna Mack

On the 9th of September 2007 in Texas, Dana Mack found her 6 year old daughter Hanna Mack sleeping on the couch. Leaving her in peace she went upstairs, However, 7 hours later the little girl was found hanging half naked in the garage, she had been raped and beaten to death.

At first, Dana’s live in boyfriend Kevin Anders was prime suspect. Authorities found child pornography on his laptop but the dan didn’t match. The murderer was 21 year old Shaun Arender, a friend of Anders. The pair became friends in prison and bumped into each other the night of the murder. After talking child pornography and taking drugs they decided to kill Hanna.

At trial, Arender took a plea deal which meant he avoided a death sentence.

In 2009, Shaun Arender was sentenced to life whilst Kevin Anders was sentenced on child pornography charges

what if in splatoon 2

you get to defeat a brainwashed callie and get her back to normal, but then it turns out marie’s been kidnapped in the process and you have to fight a brainwashed marie later, getting her back to normal too after defeating her?

and what if dj octavio was merely brainwashing the squid sisters so he could obtain dna data from them so he could make octarian clones of the squid sisters… in other words, octo sisters?



New series unites the worlds of the video games, Templars and Assassin’s comics; starring both familiar and new characters.

The countdown to the Phoenix Project begins!

(30 September, 2016) - Titan Comics is excited to reveal that it will be culminating the Phoenix Project storyline from the Assassin’s Creed® video games, published by Ubisoft®. Titan’s current Assassin’s Creed® series’ – Assassin’s and Templars – will now merge into one brand-new, exhilarating ongoing comic to unite characters from across the Assassin’s Creed® mythos!

Launching in stores this February, Titan’s brand-new Assassin’s Creed® comic will give fans fresh insights into characters from the vast Assassin’s Creed universe, including Juhani Otso Berg, Galina Voronina, Kiyoshi Takakura and Arend Schut. The series will also expand upon the adventures of Charlotte De La Cruz and Black Cross from Titan’s Assassin’s Creed® & Templars comics.

It’s an exciting time for the franchise; last year saw the release of the critically acclaimed Assassin’s Creed®Syndicate video game, and this December, the Assassin’s Creed® universe expands into theaters with the worldwide release of the feature film “Assassin’s Creed®,” which opens in theaters on December 21, 2016 and stars Academy Award® nominee Michael Fassbender (X-Men: Days of Future Past) and Academy Award® winner Marion Cotillard (The Dark Knight Rises). The film, directed by Justin Kurzel, is produced by New Regency Productions, Ubisoft Motion Pictures, a UBISOFT® studio, DMC Films and The Kennedy/Marshall Company; co-financed by RatPac Entertainment and Alpha Pictures; and distributed by 20th Century Fox.

Written by scribes Dan Watters (Limbo) and Alex Paknadel (Arcadia) and illustrated by Assassin’s Creed®video game storyboard artist, José Holder (Deceivers), this new comic series will culminate a key storyline from the Assassin’s Creed® video games, kicking off with the Phoenix Project (featured in Assassin’s Creed® Unity, Assassin’s Creed® Rogue and Assassin’s Creed® Syndicate) - a Templar plot to unlock the ancient secrets stored in the DNA of a precursor race.

In the first arc, tensions are running high for both the Brotherhood and the Templar Order. A nefarious new world order is on the horizon and only a united team of Assassin’s have the knowledge and skill to save humanity from subjugation.

Assassin’s Creed® #1 arrives in stores and digital platforms in February. Retailers can order issue #1 from the November edition of Diamond PREVIEWS.

This all-new ongoing series set in the world of a modern classic will delight longtime fans and freshly initiated Assassins alike. Fans can find their nearest comic store at

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