Sorry about the absence. I hope to be back by September 15 October 6, with a full explanation. Or, at least, a decent excuse.
Lissa: Blowing up a building makes for a pretty good distraction.
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Links And Web-Rings
Stupidity in Magic: "Welcome to The Institute for Magical Focus.
The people here are much like anyone else you've ever met-with one big exception. Everyone here accepts that magic exists. The only question is how it works.
Unfortunately, it frequently works much better than is safe for some people.
Because people are stupid- why should magic change that?"
A fun, funny, hip comic, written and drawn by Willow E. Taylor, who is obviously experienced in various forms of magic, popular culture, role-playing games, computers, and in the risks of stupidity in magic. In other words, everything important.
And be sure to read the notes below the strip.
FantasyLibrary.com: "Founded in 1999 the Fantasy Library website acts as an online repository for things Fantastic, Fanciful, Fanish and Frightening. We're doing this for fun, to share and illuminate imaginations around the world. We're always looking for new talent and ideas for the site, so email us if you want to join our authors and artists. The Fantasylibrary.com Website is operated by Naughty Faerie Productions as a not-for-profit project."
Zortic: Aliens, movie and tv parodies, a spaceship won on a game show, and a gratuitious Smurf reference. Mark Mekkes's comic strip has all that, and plenty of humor, heart, and a purple woman co-pilot named Zoie. And purple's my favorite color!
Priceless - "A collection of life's priceless moments, caught on film." Definitely, absolutely, positively not for children. But very funny!!
Ask Zeus! - Have a question? Don't trust earthly wisdom. Mortals make mistakes. Get your answers from the King of the Gods Himself. Omnipotence is cool!
Arania's HomePage -
Your hostess approaches you with a smile.You find the woman before you garbed in black, her skin pale in the dim light on the porch. She motions you inward with a flick of her alabaster hand. Once in the foyer, she speaks, her voice soft and level.
"In these rooms, you will find my interests. They range from Lexx, my RPG characters, and stories or anything else I might add later. Roam the halls, and peek in the doors. Just be sure to put everything back where you found it. I do hope you enjoy your visit"
The Wunderland Weekly News - Home of Looney Labs, makers of innovative and fun games such as Fluxx, Aquarius, Chrononauts, and, of course, Icehouse. "Here at wunderland.com, we offer up a wide variety of artistic creations of various types. Give yourself time to get lost here, and you'll find games, photographs, stories, poems, opinion pieces, essays, recipes, wacky art projects, and other stuff, too. It's quite an eclectic assortment."
Steven Shaviro's Web Page - "Shaviro
explains to us in his airy way the mistakes of Nietzsche,
Heidegger, Saussure, Chomsky, even Lacan (though Foucault is, like
Shaviro, pretty much infallible) while citing as authorities
various comic books and science fiction authors - as well, of
course, as Burroughs and his cinematic interpreter, David
Cronenberg." --James Bowman, The Public Interest, Summer
Quantum Muse - Posting the finest in sci-fi, fantasy and alternative writing and artwork. For free. In our sober moments...
If you arrived here from WebRing, check out the story from the beginning, then return to the links page to continue navigating the Ring you are surfing.
Think my readers will enjoy your site?
Trying to get my attention?
Want my unwitting assistance in your attempt to use the
internet to take over the world?
Let's swap links!
My address is
<a href="http://bannyandlissa.tripod.com/links.htm">Banny And Lissa</a> - Banny And Lissa is the continuing story of two losers, one clueless and the other crabby, who receive powers to fight the Forces Of Evil. Aiding Banny and Lissa are: Nicoletta, a blind woman; Mr. Fwuzzums, her talking dog; and Antonio, the World's Greatest Demon Tracker (self-proclaimed).
The Forces Of Evil figure they've got this one in the bag.
Banny And Lissa is a comedy-fantasy text story, 600 to 900 words daily, every day except Sunday.
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