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Mar 03

Ah! The great wizard Merv.. usually found round the back of Tescos drinking Buckfast!Click for full image

Many thanks to E! You might remember this from here.

Actually, that cover IS a classical work of artI would touch it without protective glovesI have seen worse. Far, far worseInteresting, but I would still read it in publicMiddling: Neither awful nor awfully goodWould not like to be seen reading that!Awful... just awful...That belongs in a gold-lamé picture frame!Gah... my eyes are burning! Feels so good!Good Show, Sir.... Good Show! (Average: 5.19 out of 10)
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12 Responses to “Riddle of the Seven Realms”

  1. SI Says:

    It’s behind you! Oh no it… sorry…

  2. THX 1138 Says:

    Billy Connolly’s World Tour of The Netherworld?

  3. Tom Noir Says:

    So… is that the ‘lady wizard’?

  4. Lulu Says:

    Maybe it’s the ‘con man’… or the demon. Really, it could be all three. Maybe that’s what they meant by “join forces”?

  5. Amy Says:

    What the fuck is Billy Connolly going in his Deluxe Snuggie? Watch out, Billy, there are three Republicans behind you!

  6. Amy Says:

    That was nonsensical. I meant “Where”! Tumbeasts in me keyboard…

  7. A.R.Yngve Says:

    Billy Connolly: “So I was on this comedy gig in the Seven Realms, and I went looking for the local pub, when a bunch o’ crazy demons show up. ‘Give us yer soul!’ they say. And I look at them and say ‘F*** this!’…”

  8. Zycrow Says:

    “Which backdrop are you using? It’s the one with the lasers, isn’t it?”

    “Um, yeah…just…say cheese.”

  9. Adam Roberts Says:

    Is he standing on top of a gigantic Easter egg? That really is the piece de resistance.

  10. Dalton H. Says:

    Welcome to Reading Rainbow! Today in our ongoing bad fantasy series…

  11. Tim Says:

    Ronnie James Dio returns from the dead! Minus his Just For Men.

  12. Dead Stuff With Big Teeth Says:

    Riddle of the Seven Realms: ‘Why did the conjuror put on an ear of maize for his summoning ritual?’

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