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August 28th, 2013

August 28th, 2013 published on 19 Comments on August 28th, 2013

Not quite as simple as walking out the door, shockingly.

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  • Gillsing

    Brave Philippe did not bend like the reed. Did they mention any others, or was he the only one who did something like that? Seems like “they” would want to make it look suspicious and scary even if Philippe was sent home, because “they” would probably want to discourage the others from following Philippe’s example.

    • Andy Nguyen

      I would not be at all surprised if Gluttony were to live up to its name of being a Deadly…

    • svartalf

      Beings as we’re dealing with a Deadly…Gluttony itself probably ate him.

  • Volk0v

    Gotta love cannibalism.

    • It’s not cannibalism if they’re not human.

      • Me-me

        Yeah otherwise humans’re cannibalising chickens once they stop laying eggs.

        This would just be farming.

  • “They” – you know … them.

  • NightSprite

    OK, so we know you can’t just leave and now we know you can’t go on strike! What if they decide to do a really crummy job and serve really bad, bland food?

    • Given the amount of pride in the group, they won’t want to make bad food and ruin their reputations, even if it is only with the other chefs in the kitchen. More likely is the traditional chef’s revenge of including a range of amusing non-standard biological secretions and materials in the food. Of course, if the guests are a rugby club, they will already be providing their own additions to the menu anyway.

      • =Tamar

        Or the even more amusing chef’s revenge of being extremely creative – “You never heard of Habanero Kim Chi Pickle Ice Cream because I have just invented it, especially for you!”

    • Sanjay Merchant

      I’d assume that anyone who engages in deliberately preparing bad food, slowdowns, and just about any other form of sabotage meets the same fate as those who strike outright.

  • If the ceiling ate her to bring her there, maybe the furniture and such are as a group posessed by Gluttony? Though then you’d have mixing bowls and spoons sampling the food, and it really does seem a pity to eat with no stomach.

    Maybe they’re more spirit type ‘buggerup’ beings and are thus invisible? Just a big empty table where the food seems to eat itself?

    The original check in lady said things went missing.. I still wonder if she knew what was actually going to happen or was speaking genuinely. c.c

  • Sanjay Merchant

    By the way, special props for Alexa’s “… ‘dafuq?” face in panel two. It made me smile.

  • KickFailure

    Solution : Fire.

    That’ll end it, one way or the other.

  • Sanjay Merchant

    Should I feel guilty that I forget to imagine the characters with the right accents unless it’s glaringly obvious, as it is with Gladys?

    • Rosso

      I imagine Rosie has a really strong midwestern american accent (think Minnesota or Wisconsin), but Ethan, for some strange reason, sounds exactly like youtube personality TotalBiscuit.

      • She is midwestern American, yes! Ethan’s nothern English, Gladys and Edie Glasweigian, Alexa south London (but pretty mild).

        • Sanjay Merchant

          Huh. I had no idea Rosie was American. I just keep finding myself imagining them with the default-for-me somewhere-in-the-northeastern-US accent.

    • It’s fair! Some are really hard to write without getting in the way of legibility. I try to hint at it without making it a mess of missing Gs and Hs.

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