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MisterBOB’s Art Direction: I think we all know what the author means by spells, wands in children’s hands. Paint the errors involved!
Tagged with: Ballantine Books • Ballantine Del Ray books • font problems • glow • hunk • Laurie Goodman • magic • Romas Kukalis
‘For real under-arm freshness, use Magic Right GuarrrRRRGH!’
“I don’t think ‘ooyah!’ is a magic word!”
If I ever have my leg removed I am completely going to replace it with a magical light beam!
And the award for Tortured Grammar goes to:
“Two sworn enemies caught in a web of magic and deception — between them they must fight to heal a dying world.”
1. “Between them” — WHO? The sworn enemies, or that web of magic and deception?
2. How exactly is that world dying? Plague, war, recession, spleen, what?
3. Are the two enemies tiny insects shouting “Help me! Help meee!” with tinny voices?
Cover actually got swapped with a scene from Bill & Ted’s Homoerotic Adventure.
If you remove the Magic Fairy Light that guy is yelling at his mom “Shut the door! We’re playing with Ted’s lute!”
“By Munnapor’s mystical moons,
and the foulest booger of Kleg,
I summon the powers of removal,
and ZAP! goes your leg!”
That’s right, play with the ouija board while strumming a guitar and you’ll get zapped right in the armpit.
The guy getting zapped, wassup with his neck size? Obscured by glow?
Wow, that’s some strong odor. It melted the guy’s leg right off! The other guy seems to be warding it off by playing frantically on his lute.
OH GOD, CALL EMERGENCY SERVICES, I THINK WE JUST TELEPORTED MY LOWER LEG INTO MY CHEST CAVITY
Red: Oh, Lordah! We-AH must-AH save-AH this Wooorld-AH with-AH our aaarm-pittah rayz-AH! Repent!
Blue: Dude! WTF!? You’re ruining the moment.
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