Just chewed through “Widdershins”…

It’s an interesting comic; the first story was … not actually steampunk.  More like “early Victorian era with real magic;” still fun.  Entertaining characters and it didn’t let itself be too straight-jacketed by the relevant literary conventions.  Check it out.


  • Catseyes says:

    Try “Murder by Magic” sometime I forget the authors name but it was pretty good. He also wrote “To many Magicians” the main character is Lord D’arcy. Imagine Sherlock Holmes in a world where magic is common place. That’s what the Books are going for. One of the few authors I’ve read whose early death really hurt, he died too young.

    • Moe_Lane says:

      Trust me: I have the complete set. 🙂 I even have the two books that Michael Kurland wrote in that universe, despite the fact that I was not impressed at all by them.

  • Catseyes says:

    Randall Garrett was the author unless I’m mistaken.

  • Catseyes says:

    Only author who ever made me feel sorry for the psychopath in the story.

  • Free-range Oyster says:

    Thanks for the recommendation. Went through the archive last night, it’s fun stuff. Now if only I could make a bargain with Sloth for some of that sleep back…

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