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No Rest for the Wicked By Andrea L. Peterson

The Princess did find it odd that the moon should disappear in such a manner, without warning or explanation. Still, she didn?t see how it could possibly have anything to do with her, or her mysterious insomnia. But as you can probably guess, it did. (Th
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Christine Kohler's Review of No Rest for the Wicked
I knew I loved this comic as soon as Red Riding Hood started chasing people around with an axe...
I'm pleased to see that Andrea is sharing No Rest for the Wicked with the WCN gang. As the archive currently lies at onlinecomics.net, it's possible to take a sneak peek at what comes next. (but you wouldn't cheat like that, would you?) The main character, November, is loosely based off of the Princess [on] the Pea. The plot begins with November's severe insomnia, and resulting quest to find the moon...which has gone missing. There are also appearances by other familiar Grimm's heroes, such as Puss in Boots, Little Red Riding Hood, and Beauty and the Beast. However, something seems amiss. Puss can change into a human, Red seems to show signs of several mental disorders, and Beauty and Beast have a rather problematic relationship. In the meantime, the protagonist, November, coughs up frogs whenever she says the word "Altruistic." Sounds weird? It sure is, and that's what makes it one of the best serials the web has to offer. ... read it now!




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