AnimeFest 2017: Same as it Ever Was

Saturday, August 19th, 2017

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“A little girl who claims to be an angel shows up and offers to assist.” I need this chic to come assist me on understanding what the hell is going on. So, we have Dean and Kaitlyn whose relationship is sucking. Dean thinks he can fix it but Kaitlyn is all like no, boo. Things go from bad to worse when the pair encounter a tentacle-covered creature in an alley. The tentacle creature bites Kaitlyn, dies, and then disappears.

Kaitlyn sprouts tentacles of her own, Dean goes a little nuts with bouts of psychosis in this anti-romance filled with occult, intrigue, and redemption. More about this in the press release below.



Dean and Kaitlyn’s relationship hasn’t been going well for a while now. Like always, Dean thinks he can make things better. Kaitlyn isn’t so sure.

Things go from bad to worse when, one day, the pair encounter a strange, tentacle-covered creature squirming in an alley. The creature bites Kaitlyn before it dies and disappears into nothingness. The next day, Kaitlyn sprouts a tentacle of her own.

Things only get stranger, as Dean develops fits of psychosis and Kaitlyn’s body continues to change. A little girl who claims to be an angel shows up and offers to assist. Along the path to understanding, Dean and Kaitlyn come to realize that the truth is the most terrifying answer of all.

From one of the creators of Highway Blossoms, Same As It Ever Was is an anti-romance, filled with the occult, intrigue, and redemption.

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