4 Works in Bendy & Henry Stein's Daughter
Elizabeth was always told that she should never go to Joey Drew Studios. But when her father receives a letter from Joey Drew himself and doesn’t come back, she decides she should go looking for him.
Unknowingly she plunged herself into dangers unknown and being followed by a certain ink demon.
31 days, celebrating Bendy!
- Part 2 of StarRoseColors' Themes
Fandoms: Bendy and the Ink Machine
28 Jun 2019
Abigail "Gail" Stein, freshly sixteen years old, tries to find out what happened to her father.
She ends up entering the studio in between loops.
Now stuck with an ink demon shadowing her footsteps, she has to find her dad and break the curse of the loops.
A manipulative, selfish bastard.
The Machine keeps his body going, helps get him up out of that wheelchair more often. The suffering of the men and women he's damned into that inky hell for his own gain don't mean much to him. Henry was supposed to be the final piece to keep the Machine running forever. So it's not too much of a shock when Joey feeds Henry's own little girl into the Machine as well when it demands just one more Soul. One more little Soul, and Joey won't have to worry about a damn thing ever again. The loops will go on, the deaths will continue, and the Machine will be fed and energized.
What nobody was really expecting was the fact that the 'demons' and 'monsters' skulking about the Studio love children. Of course they do, cartoons were made to make children happy!
So when this little girl is dropped into the merciless depths of an ink choked hell, instead of meeting a repetitive fate worse than death, she finds several beings (or, rather, they find her) that would sooner gnaw off their own arms than harm a hair on her head. She's a child in a cartoon studio, run amok with actual toons. She's safe as can be. Bendy will see to that.