Ahhhh sometimes ya just gotta get a little spooky. It’s funny, I like to incorporate horror elements in a lot of my storytelling…but I can’t stand horror films!! My imagination is far to over-active, and my brain will latch onto the scariest part of any film and make it into a far more terrifying nightmare. The Village gave me nightmares. And it’s…not really a scary film. I DO like a film with good suspense, but I feel like most horror films rely on gore and shock value, rather than genuine tension. Maybe I’m just a wuss. I can deal, but not take, a bit of creepiness.
In news, Andy Goldman of Lithicbee wrote a lovely review for LeyLines! Thank you Andy! If you guys are looking for new comics to read, take a look at his Webcomic Wednesday reviews! I’ve already found some new favorites!
I’m featuring other SpiderForest members in a Comic of the Week exchange! This week is Cetiya. Welcome to NAMAST…an organization of “magic-users” who fight crime. Pada is one of their best Adepts, but contains no memories of his own. Nine is his handler and has too many memories for her comfort. Together they make one of the most formidable teams NAMAST has. This is a world where magic is technology, where memory is reduced to rewritable data, and where–for one man with no identity–trust is everything. Please note that this comic is rated for mature readers only!