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Nine Lives, Many Masters

I wouldn't say Nine Lives, Many Masters is a great strip, but from what I've read so far, it's got a few things going for it. For one, it actually has a sense of humour about paganism in its many, often quite silly, variants. For another, it has a nice perspective on a large part of fan culture, especially that part that uses the M-word to denote people with lives. So far, I've gotten quite a few chuckles out of it. And the author gives good lines to unsympathetic characters like the toad.

I just noticed that the comic on the front page is the first episode, not the last as is common with many webcomics. This is because the series has ended. Its 53 episodes will make for a nice, quick read, with gags that would have many a pagan demand R.K. Milholland's head if he used them.
(via Amanita's Pagan Place)


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