SOUND SUPPRESSES THE URGE
A troubled musician at an off-broadway theater overdoses in a controlled manner to dive into his subconscious and overcome childhood traumas. This quickly devolves in an obsessive breakdown that may cost him his freedom, his family, and his life.
Written by Eduardo Cintron and Brandon Ciarlo.
Art by Ricardo Lopez Ortiz.
The protagonist’s name is Daniel Reed, a 35-year-old man, husband, and father. Daniel is the musical director and composer for an off-Broadway theatre company. He’s been suffering from a tormented childhood all his life. To find a solution to his problems, Daniel overdoses in a controlled manner and enters his subconscious memories. In this world, he finds a little boy held captive by the Bullhead, a big, strong, dark and malevolent figure.
Daniel’s goal is to save the boy held captive by the Bullhead, but with every attempt to save him, the line between life and death becomes more fragile.