The Tale of the Spider and the group he assembled to save the world ends here. Or is every end the start of something new? (Seriously, if you want to see more of these characters, let me know!)
Anansi has rejoined his Seven at the critical moment. Can he and his hand-picked group manage to defeat the Adversarial Force and find the redemption he intended for them? Or will the path to saving the world lead them into a deeper darkness?
The plan is underway, but is Ananzi there to help or to hinder? There’s only one issue left int he saga of the Spider’s spectacular Seven How much additional atonal yet amazing alliteration can I fit in before that?
The endgame is upon the Seven as they put their plan to defeat the cult of the Adversarial Force into action! And first up is Terrell who has the unenviable job of dealing with a certain former vampire.
Now that more of the crew has come fact-to-face with the Adversarial Force, can they still pull off a con against its cult? Maybe so, but with Anansi returning home, thier problems might just be getting started.
The Seven’s plan continues to spool out–but what Terrell finds puts what they’re fighting against into perspective.
Wendell starts the ball rolling on his plan to save Jerry (not Jeremy) Galloway from the clutches of a cult dedicated to the Adversarial Force. All of his planning depends on his disparate group to finally come together into a team. But is the obligate pessimist now being too optimistic for his own good?
As part of the plan, Tommy must take a road trip. The problem? It’s a road trip with Flo.
Anansi meets with a very old friend and reveals the depth of his concerns to her. Meanwhile, Wendell briefs the team on what he thinks Anansi’s plan was.
Anansi travels to the Middle East in his mysterious quest. Meanwhile, back at the HQ, Wendell takes a firm hold on the situation by consulting Coyote.