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    DISENCHANTED? IT MUST BE MONDAY.

    Season 2, Episode 3 is now live. That brings us to 324 pages, free, online, forever and ever.

    You get freebie content. In return you spread the word. That's the contract.

    Also as always, remember that Disenchanted is for more than just a webcomic. Check out the front page for updates, and explore both the wiki and the maps.

    Lastly: remember that Disenchanted contains themes, language and imagery not suitable for young readers.

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    • CommentAuthorBadBeast
    • CommentTimeMay 15th 2014 edited
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    Just started reading this from the beginning because I don't have the capacity for delayed gratification that a weekly trip to Vermintown (Or anywhere else for that matter) for my "Nicings" would demand from me. I'm happy to say that thus far, (episode #9) I haven't been disappointed. But I shall be out of here at the first tinkling of traditional Fairybells, the first whiff of patchouli oil, or the first invocation of "Blessed Bee" that heralds the arrival of the filthy Wiccan hordes. I love the attention to detail, and the way that Spurrier has of creating ethnic tension and racial diversity including the casual racism among the inhabitants of Vermintown. This could provide a golden opportunity for examining our own deepl rooted racism without anyone having to point out the similarities between different Fey ethnicities and our perception of any particular ethnic trait. . . . . .

    . . . .Or it could spark off an ugly meltdown of threads where people can't help themselves from pointing out similarities between different Fey ethnicities, and particular ethnic stereotypes in human's views of each other.

    Either way, the story has got the usual stamp of quality and level of craftsmanship I've come to expect from Mr Spurrier. I shall, however continue my (fruitless so far) quest to seek out any holes in Si's plotlines, continuity, and characterisations to selflessly expose (and ruthlessly mock) any point of detail (However small)I can find for being incongruous, mythically erroneous, or just plain stupid. But so far, so good. Keep up the flawless work.

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