Jimmy Bohannon, a murdered jazz drummer, is given a chance to avenge his own homicide as the living dead wraith "Jimmy Sticks." But the ultraviolent mystical creature who offers him revenge is not exactly what he expected, in JIMMY STICKS AND THE OUTLAW CRITTER OF DOOM. Sick Things: Extreme Creature Horror. Adult.
Michael gives an overview of the book:
Jimmy had seen the movie a dozen times. He and Miyoko had rented it only a few weeks before their anniversary. It was one of his favorites: the one where mobsters killed Bruce Lee’s kid and rape-murdered his innocent but hot young wife. But Bruce Lee’s kid had returned from the grave as an ass-kicking invulnerable super-wraith; a knife-wielding,
shotgun- jacking, pistol- packin’ kung-fu boogie bastard with a hard-on for Justice: all of this cinematic uberbluster brought to you by a supernaturally sentient blackbird. Jimmy had memorized every line.
But the movie got it wrong.
The creature that soared above him, carried aloft on leathern wings, was no crow, raven or giant golden eagle, but it was a scary little motherfucker nonetheless. And powerful: Jimmy Sticks was dead, but he was alive too. His bones showed through his mottled, rotten flesh; he would never star in any movie that didn’t have “…of the Living Dead” featured prominently in its’ title.
But he was getting stronger.
I'm an actor. Currently, I play "Mike' on the upcoming FX comedy, Anger Management. I also play attorney Julius Cain on the CBS drama, The Goodwife, and billionaire Russell Thorpe on Gossip GirlSpin City, in the HBO original series, ARLISS, and the...