Apr 22

CRAP! We were playing the summon spirit scale! Quick switch to a church mode!!!Click for full image

How about a guy with an offensive mullet playing the banjo with a guy beside him playing a flute… and in the background have their brand of futuristic country folk summoning ghosts! It’s almost too simple….

Actually, that cover IS a classical work of art!I would touch it without protective gloves.I've seen worse. Far, far, worse.Interesting, but I would still read it in public.Middlng: Neither awful nor awfully goodWould not like to be seen reading that!Awful... just awful...That belongs in a gold-lame picture frame!Gah... my eyes are burning! Feels so good!Good Show Sir! (Average: 6.82 out of 10)

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7 Responses to “Spirits Black as Thunder”

  1. SI Says:

    I actually do really ‘love’ this cover. The mullet is an excellent touch! Haha reading the synopsis of the book, just a little snippet:

    “discovering how elf and human can produce a child without dark magic, installing a computer system for a dragon, and fighting assorted villains.”

    How in the name of Zeus do they get a mullet wielding banjo player in there….

  2. CSA Says:

    … well clearly only banjo players with offensive mullets can interbreed with elves…

    Pat Sharpe was their daemon offspring

  3. JustinLeego Says:

    Looks like something straight out of Full Metal Jacket if you ask me. Just another night in the mess hall…

  4. SI Says:

    Did the play the banjo in Full Metal Jacket? Or is that an elaborate joke I’m not getting 😛

  5. Jim Ryan Says:

    And soon after this picture was taken, both Sting and Ian Anderson came to the realization that if every time they were going to have an impromptu jam that cosplayers were always going to show up, then it just wasn’t worth it; the tour was cancelled within minutes…

  6. A.R.Yngve Says:

    Incidentally, the blurb “Fast, furious and completely absorbing” was also used to promote the Roll-o-Fast All-in-One Toilet Paper & Dispenser.

  7. GSS ex-noob Says:

    Mullet, banjo, and “white lightning” all make me think this is happening in the Appalachians and the ghosts are actually hallucinations brought on by the methanol and lead in the moonshine they drank.

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