Alex Copeland is a typical teenage girl yet after a series of terrible acts finds herself lost and must press forward to survive.
Police Chief Connor Heisel feels he is losing control of the people and, more importantly, himself as fear rolls in with the mist.
Mia Lambert returns to her hometown seeking asylum from a criminal past but her arrival at this unfortunate time places her on a new path.
When Megan Jean gives a proud tattoo such a moving tattoo, they both start to weep (and smile).
A canvas frustrated with Ashley Velazquez's past work airs his frustrations when he's suddenly met with a fan-favorite artist who's willing to lend a hand.
It's the moment of truth when the human canvas who defended Sarah Miller's work has to pick which sketch he likes better and hopes that his favorite artist is the creator of it.
This canvas says the “worst artist from Ink Master history” gave him a “deformed geisha”. Ouch! Will Tim Lees be even given a chance for redemption?
Two Canvases with political portraits return to the Ink Master shop to settle the score. Artists Christian Buckingham, Megan Jean Morris and Sarah Miller return.
The very first elimination tattoo of the season comes to a close as time begins to vanish before the artists’ eyes. Tri-Cities Tattoo’s piece has one artist unmoved.
The competition turns into a jungle when snakes, alligators, and hawks are brought in to use as live references for the artists.