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Monthly Archives: October 2013
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In our more-thrilling-than-the-last-two-boos conclusion to the Werewolf Chronicles, Gruff finally learns about the werewolves’ evil plan and their evil barbecue!
In the second part of our werewolf trilogy, Gruff discovers that the werewolf plot runs deeper than he imagined, and now he can talk and use a toilet correctly despite being raised by wolves.
We start a three part review of The Werewolf Chronicles. A boy raised by wolves discovers he’s a werewolf, which is just one of them weird coinky-dinks.
In the opening of Millions Like Us, a narrator reflects nostalgically on life in pre-World War II Britain, of beachside holidays and good beer, concluding with the image of slipping on an orange peel. After saying that, a subtitle appears: … Continue reading