The Bad Guys

Chapter One

Pooh and Piglet Go Hunting and Nearly Catch a Woozle

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Contents

  1. A Really Good Story
  2. King Fred the Fearless
  3. Death of a Seamstress
  4. The Quiet House
  5. Daisy Dovetail
  6. The Fight in the Courtyard
  7. Lord Spittleworth Tells Tales
  8. The Day of Petition
  9. The Shepherd’s Story
  10. King Fred’s Quest
  11. The Journey North
  12. The King’s Lost Sword
  13. The Accident
  14. Lord Spittleworth’s Plan
  15. The King Returns
  16. Bert Says Goodbye
  17. Goodfellow Makes A Stand

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Love stories. In a number of these stories the female embodies the elusive, yearned-for opposite of the male protagonist and the structure of the tale is often a love triangle with two males competing for a female other (‘The Distance of the Moon’, ‘Without Colours’, ‘The Aquatic Uncle’, ‘The Form of Space’).

Another constant ingredient mingling with science in the stories is desire—indeed one of the desired females, Ursula H’x in ‘The Form of Space’, is partly a cosmic comic version of Ursula Andres, star of the 1965 film She—and many of the tales, starting with the first one, are love stories. In a number of these stories the female embodies the elusive, yearned-for opposite of the male protagonist and the structure of the tale is often a love triangle with two males competing for a female other (‘The Distance of the Moon’, ‘Without Colours’, ‘The Aquatic Uncle’, ‘The Form of Space’).

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Zombies are fun!

In a number of these stories the female embodies the elusive, yearned-for opposite of the male protagonist and the structure of the tale is often a love triangle with two males competing for a female other (‘The Distance of the Moon’, ‘Without Colours’, ‘The Aquatic Uncle’, ‘The Form of Space’).

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Another constant ingredient mingling with science in the stories is desire—indeed one of the desired females, Ursula H’x in ‘The Form of Space’, is partly a cosmic comic version of Ursula Andres, star of the 1965 film She—and many of the tales, starting with the first one, are love stories. In a number of these stories the female embodies the elusive, yearned-for opposite of the male protagonist and the structure of the tale is often a love triangle with two males competing for a female other (‘The Distance of the Moon’, ‘Without Colours’, ‘The Aquatic Uncle’, ‘The Form of Space’).

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Another constant ingredient mingling with science in the stories is desire—indeed one of the desired females, Ursula H’x in ‘The Form of Space’, is partly a cosmic comic version of Ursula Andres, star of the 1965 film She—and many of the tales, starting with the first one, are love stories. In a number of these stories the female embodies the elusive, yearned-for opposite of the male protagonist and the structure of the tale is often a love triangle with two males competing for a female other (‘The Distance of the Moon’, ‘Without Colours’, ‘The Aquatic Uncle’, ‘The Form of Space’).

Another constant ingredient mingling with science in the stories is desire—indeed one of the desired females, Ursula H’x in ‘The Form of Space’, is partly a cosmic comic version of Ursula Andres, star of the 1965 film She—and many of the tales, starting with the first one, are love stories. In a number of these stories the female embodies the elusive, yearned-for opposite of the male protagonist and the structure of the tale is often a love triangle with two males competing for a female other (‘The Distance of the Moon’, ‘Without Colours’, ‘The Aquatic Uncle’, ‘The Form of Space’).