Sweet Tooth! :D | July 26, 2021

by Joe

Just finished the first season of Sweet Tooth on Netflix :D What a nice, post-apocalyptic surprise! It has all your usual post-apocalyptic tropes with some endearing characters and and a story that’s more original than just zombies. I recommend it! (And while you’re on Netflix, check out The History of Future Folk – a quirky, low-budget, sci-fi comedy)

Kinda wanna read the comic it’s based on! Turns out the creator is from my city :D

Enjoy Scene 50 – “The Jess I Know”! Thank you to all our Patreon Patrons for their continued support! Special thanks to Shalidar – find his sprite in the scene :D

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Luio
Luio
5 months ago

Holy shit Joe, that was intensely scary, I nearly thought you were ACTUALLY gonna do that, the moment was perfectly set up, poetically even, if she had died right there, it would have been a perfect tragedy. And then George gets even MORE badass than he already was. My god, Joe, this scene is probably one of your best executed ones to date.

Anonymous
Anonymous
5 months ago

I concur with Luio’s opinion. This scene and the setup that lead to it was most interesting. Kudos to Joe for this story execution.

Pablo Atristain
Pablo Atristain
5 months ago

How great was Karma hitting that a-hole hard in the face! Jess forgot that George has survived travelling alone in this harsh world, so you can’t fool him that eawily. Good work indeed, sir.

Ariso
Ariso
5 months ago

This was great! It is nice seeing Cash get punched in the face with a Laser, considering he could have just walked away too.

Znayx
Znayx
5 months ago

Love the scene Joe, but I gotta say I’m not a bit fan of the bold text for the comment section. I’m not sure if it was a recent update or I’m insane, but I’m pretty sure it wasn’t bold before and I don’t think it’s great, personally.