Pepper Does Crit Sometimes

ARD: Here's what I'm interested in: 1) does the story progression feel sufficiently mysterious and tense? 2) Do the American and Soviet logs provide enough insight and character for Parsons and Crowley? 3) Does the article maintain a balance of comedy and horror? 4) The aesthetic of the silo is supposed to be one of corrosion - does that come through successfully? 5) Is the ending stinger too much or does it manage to stay on the right side of absurdity?

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