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May 24th, 2013 – Read the newspost!

May 24th, 2013 – Read the newspost! published on 19 Comments on May 24th, 2013 – Read the newspost!

And that’s the end of our third story! I hope you enjoyed this rather goofy tale, and if you did, I hope you’d consider buying one of the books in the shop, or perhaps dropping a donation into the collection tin, which also gets you a sketchbook pdf! Neat, huh? Check out the donation link to your right, there!

So! What’s next? Well, for the next few weeks, we’re going to be running a slightly-odd version of Puss in Boots that I did for the Cautionary Fables and Fairy Tales anthology! It’ll be the only time you can see it online, and I’ll be taking it down when it’s done, so it’s very fancy and exclusive, oh yes. The reason I’m doing this is so I can take a bit of time to get Darken Vol 1 finished, which I’ve had hanging over my head for two years or so, and I need to get finished so as not to hold up the awesome folk who preordered it for even longer. I want to get it done before I start work on assembling the third Widdershins book, which will probably get a Kickstarter in the summer.

So, you’ve got Monday Wednesday Friday updates of Puss in Boots throughout June, and on July 3rd, the next Widdershins story, Piece of Cake, will begin! No prizes for guessing a thing or two from the title, but I think you’ll find it somewhat.. different, all the same. Hopefully this meets with your satisfaction!

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  • Killersquirrel66

    Awesome. Just awesomeness all round, really. Hope Harry remembers to go back for her pipe. ;-)

    And I’ll be looking forward to this Puss in Boots story – I have a soft spot for fairy tale rewrites!

    • Hehee, I noticed that too! He must have surprised her, she dropped her pipe! Even getting shot at and falling over a railing she didn’t drop her pipe! That was a snowball of distinction there.

      • Timotheus

        They’ll have to. His hat is still on the bench.

        • I like how you can see both in that last panel. ^_^ Suddenly I want a picture of the hat and pipe casually left on a end table or something while the two of them are assumedly plotting out their next escapade.

  • Fantastic story. I’m really looking forward to your next one as always. :)

  • I notice Ms Barber can’t bring herself to say ‘I couldn’t have pulled that off without you…”. She had to add the ‘as well’, i.e. she could have done it without him really, but he was useful to have along… Anyway Florrie is going to be disappointed. She wants Harry respectably married off, not going round with a male assistant without a chaperone.

    Great story, thanks Kate. Donation incoming. Now, should I buy a book, or will there be an option in the summer Kickstarter to buy all three at once?

    • Somebody

      I don’t think Florrie will mind what the situation is as long as a moderately attractive man is involved.

    • Yeah, I agree with Somebody, Florrie even said in reference to Sidney that ‘grandpa had a partner!’ I think Florrie will be quite pleased; the longer they are together the better the odds of eventual wedding bells. ^_^

  • Nonesuch

    Oh, Harry. You and your pride. ^^
    More than likely, you couldn’t have pulled it off at all without Sid. ;)
    But we love ya anyways.

  • saper

    should the last panel not read ”you’re in for it now,wizard.”?

    • Nah, it’s a regional way of saying it.

      • Not unlike “music with rocks in” in Pterry Pratchett’s Discworld book, “Soul Music”.

  • And now Sid finally has a paying job . . . yay!

  • Jennifer Smeltzer

    o3o Puss in Boots. I love that story, and was shocked how many people didn’t know it. So yay, another person who knows it. Can’t wait to see that.

    I did a re-imagining of it for my college art class project where we had to re-imagine and draw up the main characters and setting to a fairy tale. I chose Puss in Boots and was surprised at the number of people unfamiliar with it. Everyone only seems to know the Shrek character :/

  • sr123

    Eh, Harry and Sidney still feel more like brother and sister to me. Sidney and Lei seemed like a perfect match… and maybe they still are? Nobody’s beyond redemption.

    • Who, me?

      Nope; in story shipper (Florrie) must be given her will, if only for the hilarious dialogue from that scene!

      • Kenneth Raymond

        I donno, Florrie’s continued frustration at things not blossoming into Twu Wuv between Harry and Sid sounds kind of funny, too. So, y’know, just on amusement value I could go either way.

  • The Wing

    “Shush” is from 1920.

    #hooray for ruining the moment

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