If there had been pies around, Mark would have left with one to the face.
Happy Halloween everyone! Ever since I stopped trick-or-treating Halloween doesn’t have the same fun as it used to. I’m not much of a party person, and I don’t need to dress up because I cosplay at cons, so I just spend the evening trying to keep the candy out of my house and into the little kids’ baskets. My husband loves it though; he’s a master at decorating our house all spooky-like in under an hour and taking it down in less time than that. I hope all of you have a safe holiday, whatever you do!
This week’s Spiderforest comic of the week is Sunset Grill by the fabulous Kat Feete!
Sunset Grill is the name of a bar located in the shadier parts of the run-down city of Kieslburg in the distant future. The patrons are all struggling to get by, whether it’s finding a job or not getting caught stealing from the local mafia. Here, everyone knows your name, even when you don’t want them to.
Kat has a wonderful sense of humor and her dialogue is a delight to read. It’s not a linear story, but more like a sitcom with reoccurring characters and her pacing and style is very much like Terry Pratchett’s Discworld mixed with Spider Robinson’s Calahan’s Crosstime Saloon.