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C13P67 Kali Smile

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Drawing Kali smiling is a delight and it made me mad to realize how few opportunities I’ve given myself in this story to do so. Clearly, I need to change this.

It’s time for some new Spider Forest Features! This month SF is welcoming its newest members, so each week I’ll be sharing links to some awesome new stories. This week’s theme: Hidden Magical Worlds…

Heart of Keol
: Ethan is a young man with a broken family. After an encounter with a mysterious child, he wakes up in a strange world that looks a lot like ancient Korea—except with magic. Even with all this frenzy happening around him, he can’t seem to shake off his family baggage…

Tistow: Small Trolls
: Jáhko and Veeti live out daily adventures in the nearby woods, helping fairies build houses, outwitting monsters, gathering seeds with trolls and helping wisps grow saplings. Under the guidance from Jáhko’s grandmother and the woodland spirits, the boys will learn the ways of the shaman and to respect nature.

Children of Eldair
: Koe finds a young woman held by demons, kidnapped from Earth and brought to his world by fairies. Can he help Embera get back home, and will his own world survive the journey?


Children visit this site. Moderate your language accordingly.

“Maybe it’s better if knowledge is shared freely. The world is a dim place when kept in ignorance.”

*tears up a little* You hit a heart string, good job! This is basically the whole purpose of my existence (even if I sometimes want to scream at Freshmen that act like fools). It is why I believe in public education, and in science. It’s why I believe anyone can learn, they just have to learn how to learn first. It’s why I wanted to be a teacher so bad because I have this big stupid brain so full of useless (to me) knowledge and I want to share that with people that it could actually help.

Good job, I am glad you are a story-teller. You have a rare and powerful gift. I know it can sometimes come at a cost. I also know that your stories at the very least make my world a little brighter.

*wipes nose* ok ok ok ok… ‘Nuff of this watery stuff.

Reminds me of a quote from a cartoon I watched as a kid.

“What people do not understand, they fear. And what they fear, they often seek to destroy.”

We may have watched the same cartoons. For some reason this quote is making me think of Gargoyles (loved that show as a kid still do full confession I have the series on DVD). It seems like something that would get articulated there.

Yep, that’s the series! Pity that Disney pulled all kinds of legal complications because they basically didn’t like how mature it was. It tried to continue as a comic but Disney made the licensing fees for the characters too costly.

I knew that it had some troubles, but dang I had no idea the depth of it. That’s especially frustrating when considering that Gargoyles was created, as I understand it, to be a competitor to the Batman animated series. Which was…well…often quite mature! That’s like asking someone to make you a cake and then being mad when it has frosting on it. Sigh. Oh Disney.

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