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
10 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
10 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
10 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
9 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
9 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.