As the clock ticked down on the twentieth century, people prepared for the absolute worst. A simple timekeeping error called Y2K was about to crash all computers and implode the entire planet, thrusting the world into eternal darkness and ending life as we had come to know it. There was talk of the impending apocalypse, of utter anarchy; at the very least, the economy would plunge even lower than it had during the Great Depression. Vicious were-people would descend from their craggy bluffs and gorge on our supple organs for energy, using our blood for precious... More >>>