Each week, a group of storytellers gathers around a campfire. There's world-weary club MC Edgar Allan Poe, nerd dad Stephen King, violent goth Mary Shelley, squid-obsessed wimp HP Lovecraft, and others. They like different things, they come from different centuries, but one thing draws them together—the dark. A comedy-horror semi-anthology adapted from Bitter Karella's Hugo-nominated microfiction.
The Tale of the Frankenstein
Mary Shelley tells the tale of a brilliant young researcher, whose arrogance leads him to pursue a deadly ambition—the creation of a Frankenstein!
The Tale of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
A new candidate for the Midnight Society, Robert Louis Stevenson, attempts to impress the Pals with a tale of mischief, mayhem, and soup.
The Tale of Dracula
Neurotic closet-dweller Bram Stoker visits the campfire to tell his iconic vampire story.
The Tale of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Midnight Society
Arthur Conan Doyle stumbles upon the Midnight Pals' storytelling circle and reluctantly brings Sherlock Holmes back for one last, final, final case.
The Tale of the Strangers on a Train
Crime writer and snail lover Patricia Highsmith investigates a bizarre double murder. What really happened with Mary Shelley's polycule at Lake Geneva last summer?
The Tale of the Nightbreed
Clive Barker takes the stage and relates his cult classic of an eternal battle—gay monsters versus redneck cops.