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MisterBOB Comments: A window on Narnia, where they can wave to you?
Tagged with: bladed weapons • damsel • Eric Ladd • font problems • hunk • Jim Baen: The Masterful Lord Himself • Philip José Farmer • Pinnacle Books • swords • Tor Books
Oh yes sir, I can boogie, if you feel the same way too.
This cover is much more frightening than it appears at first blush. Seriously, look at the full-sized cover and zoom in blondie’s eyes. YIKES!
“Oh my God!! we are trapped inside a book cover, and a multitude of nerdy-looking giants are staring at us!!”
“He opened the door and he found… We’ll tell you in the next chapter of The Cache at the same time tomorrow. But until then, b’bye!”
Ja, JIM BÆN! The møst famøus editør and møøse-wrangler in beautiføl Sweden!
“Folks, the next exhibit on our tour is our prized pair of Fantasy People. We’re trying to become the first zoo to successfully breed them in captivity.”
I’m not sure this dance version of Macbeth really catches the original feel of the play.
Cover would be better if The Prince Without a Mullet had his face pressed up against the window.
“This is what we Earth people call ‘mime’…”
Tom you are so right, but he is only mad that he didnt get FTF on the damsel himself
My sister was once bitten by a møøse. Møøse bites can be quite nasty.
This one looks like a dramatic tale of a medieval mime school.
“No no no! Priscilla! Jazz HANDS! NOT Jazz HAND! Oh! This is the LAST time I work with people who audition via YouTube!”
Font problems indeed: I choose to read the initial C as a curlicue on the A, so that the title, to me, is THE ACHE… which is the emotion our heroes are depicted with.
With two (admittedly sheathed) swords on display, this one is a double missed TING! opportunity.
Sir, ma’am, you’re not supposed to stand up in a rowboat. Especially if you’re wearing heavy reptiloid armours.
Am I the only one wondering what horrible accident befell their jazz hands? Their fingers are so deformed!
“Stop!….In the name of love…”
The Land-O-Lakes butter girl practices interpretive dance with William Katt!
Im distracted by how the girl looks like Phenomena-era Jennifer Connelly. Also, I like the vibrance of the colors on her outfit. There, I said it.
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