Life has no meaning. Each of us has meaning and we bring it to life. It is a waste to be asking the question when you are the answer.”

Joseph Campbell

Every story has a beginning and an end. The Fathom begins with the beginning of the end.

It’s been two years since the living dead awakened the apocalypse. A man wakes up in an underground garage, clothed in a bloody lab suit and has an electronic clasp on each wrist. He works his way out into a world he’s familiar with, yet remembers nothing of his past or how he came to be in this situation. He connects with others and begins to unravel the mysteries surrounding his past, learning to survive through the horrors of this new world. Then suddenly … the clasps begin flashing.

In the Fathom, readers will be taken along his journey through strange fortresses and war torn cities. He will meet other survivors, some good and others a different type of monster. All this, while figuring out the meaning of the flashing clasps.

Connecting to the Fathom, the side stories ‘Demolition Men’ and ‘The Philadelphia II’ will give the reader a greater understanding of the extent people have had to do in order to survive this new world.

From the mind and hand of Mike Wilcox, Squared – Idea presents The Survival And The Horror Of Mankind.