Uh oh, the monstrosities are catching up…
Oh boy oh boy! Get Harley out of the hands of that lurker and across those planks (speaking of which, not to fat shame, but can Luther make it?)!
Then hightail to Vermont to tap some of that magical maple syrup!
Syrup has anti-demonic properties, right?
I finally remember now what the B&W rendering reminds me of: the weird and phantasmagorical illustrations in Eerie and Creepy comic magazines I loved as a kid long ago. Anybody else remember reading them?
@Labyrinthonian: Not an expert in the field of exorcism but I would say your plot predictions might fail even earlier. This part about saving Harley – I guess this attack just send him to follow Ned… with more victims to come next Friday considering the high frequency of kills. I could be wrong though. Two weeks ago I expected Father Jackey not to survive the next strip. I must admit this is a rather thrilling action scene so far.
Maybe it’s just my perception, but what happened to Nan’s left hand in panel 2?
Another of those odd webcomics where I can only comment on the very last page…
… Anyway, my only thought now is hoping that what was depicted but a page previous was NOT Ned exploding but rather Ned using pew pew laser kitty powers to splode the nasty monster. Or at least I hope that Ned is coming back fine and dandy. >_>
Cats are quite simply not permissed to be harmed.
That aside… fun story.
Got a lot of the actual Lovecraft references. Pretty much didn’t get any of the references to other writers of the mythos… except possibly the Yellow Sign, assuming that to be so. Definitely needed more Chambers references. I’ve got my copy of the King in Yellow next to the Tao te Ching on my shelf.
So… um… yeah.
Keep on keepin on! =)
And don’t go all Silver Key on us.
Well, nack in the first few pages of the strip, in the old bookstore, there’s a copy of Slayer of Souls. And I’m not sure Young Tom wasn’t the pallid fellow in The Yellow Sign who haunted the hero.
That’d surely be a Night Gaunt grabbing the straggler?
And Sartorious’ mention of exorcism reminded me of a TV show that was a good and disturbing watch – Apparitions. Go watch it on Netflix (it’ll help pass the time while we’re all waiting breathlessly for Larry’s next page!)
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