Tag: Adventures

Another Fan Art Submission

Hey nerds! Yours truly has drawn herself right into Legacy with a picture of Buck as Guy Goodfellow. (Might as well, right?)


You can view my other drawings and stuff at my drawing blog: destinytodraw.wordpress.com.
And you can view all of our fan art submissions in the Odysseynerds Fan Gallery! If you have a submission for us, send it to odysseynerds@mail.com, or send a link to it. You can also send links to us from the contact page.
This is Kungfunaomi reminding you to come in and nerd out at Odysseynerds!

The Odyssey Times, Vol 1, Issue 10

Excerpts from the no-longer-existent Whitsend.org feature called The Odyssey Times.


Snow is predicted for Monday and Tuesday. More snow will fall Wednesday. Thursday will get even more snow. Friday we’ll get more of the white stuff.

Wanted: Partner to juggle with. Partner who won’t break glass. Call Sarah at 555-8412.

Needed: Day timer. Preferably with DAYS OF THE WEEK on it. See Connie at Whit’s End.

Wanted: Short-term help for Timothy Center get-together. Call Tom at 555-7844.

Needed: Ear plugs. For use during Nick Mulligan’s guitar lessons. Call Lisa at 555-5361.

Needed: Guitar lessons. Nick Mulligan. I’m pretty good, but need some expertise to guide my free artist spirit. Needed: Guitar lessons. Call Nick at 555-5361.

For Nick Mulligan. He’s pretty desperate. Call Lisa at 555-5361.

Help wanted: Build the Novacom for Kids website. Get paid to watch TV and review our programs! Call 555-NOVA.

Wanted: Personal paintings for display in Treasure Room. Exhibit locally. Call Whit’s End at 555-WHIT.

Bonanza Scratch and Dent Sale: Fireworks, some barely used! Call Electric Palace at 555-BART.

Help Wanted: Adults to supervise “Read Me a Story Time” at Mary’s Story Shop. Call the shop at 555-6279.

Needed: Judges for “freestyle standup synchronized sledding” competition on Gumper’s Hill. Call 555-8943.

Wanted: Partner to baseball with. Partner who won’t break glass. Call Alex at 555-8142.

For sale: Piece of glass from scene of famous Odyssey crime. Call Rodney at 555-8124.

Free Performance in the Park! Hamlet…with the esteemed actor Edwin Blackgaard preforming! This Saturday!

For free! Extra ice cream at Whit’s End. (We ordered too much.) Come by anytime!

Wanted: Cool name for Novacom Kids Center. We want your ideas! Call Ricky at 555-NOVA.

Needed: Models for Virtual Mingle Room. To be made into wax statues. Don’t apply unless you can stand in the same position for at least eight hours. Call Ricky at 555-NOVA.

For Sale: Banana Manny suit. In perfect condition, never used. Call Bob Larry at 555-8344.

Needed: Pencil Sharpener repair person. Mysterious object stuck in electric sharpener. Call 555-NOVA.

BTV Camera Grip. Needs to know what a “grip” is. Call Bernard at 555-8772.

Now Available at Whit’s End: Gourmet espresso. Stop by for a try!

Come to the new Bible Study. Led by Mitch and Connie. Stop by J & J Antique Gallery on Wednesday evenings.

Wanted: Partner to laugh with. Partner who won’t break glass. Call Rodney at 555-8124.

Needed: Gavel. See Connie at Whit’s End. (I know the difference between a gavel and a meat hammer.)

Needed: Homework help. Give me the address and I’ll drop it off for you to do. Call Rodney at 555-8124.

Help Wanted: Part time worker for Novacom Kids Center. Technical expertise a plus. Call Ricky at 555-NOVA.

Help Wanted: Some of the apple crop ripened early. Way early! Help pick apples. Refreshments provided. Call Tom at 555-7844.

For free! Signs that say “The W. E,” including big sign from out front. Stop by Whit’s End or call 555-9448.

Wanted: BIG band-aids. Call Hank Foufou at Foufou’s Obedience School, 555-6578.

Coming soon! Free performances of the greatest works of Shakespeare. Call the Harlequin at 555-2387.

Needed: Exotic animals of all kinds. We can take any! Call Lisa at 555-7254.

Needed: Box mover. Preferably of the Robin Hood type. Come by Whit’s End. Soon preferable to later. See Connie for details.

Wanted: Editorial assistant to class up the classified currently lacking in coolness.


In the Shadows chapter 5

Dun dun dunnnnnnnn

Chapter five is here! And I’m actually liking what’s going on now, I’m getting the ridiculous nerd smile on my face. For those of you who don’t know, it’s a fanfiction, and it’s got lots of action. I’m not too much of a touchy feely person. So, if you want to read the other ones, you can find chapter 1 right here, and the other links for the next chapters will be from Chapter 1. Or you can read chapter four right here, or you can read them all on my fanfiction account. Enjoy, nerds!

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Continue reading “In the Shadows chapter 5”

The Odyssey Times, Vol 1, Issue 10

Excerpts from the no-longer-existent Whitsend.org feature called The Odyssey Times.

Novacom launches Destination Station amid controversy

Marking another in a series of controversial, protested shows to be released within months, Novacom began airing their kid-aimed, but violence-filled program, Destination Station. The show has touched off a wave of debate over both its violent content and its similarities to the Imagination Station, an attraction at Whit’s End. The show airs on Novacom channel 25 on Wednesday evenings.

The pilot episode for Destination Station begins on a cold night in the small town of Wilmore, Maryland where four children stumble upon an old inventor’s warehouse filled with strange devices. At the far end of the warehouse, they find an old metallic object that resembles a phone booth. Stepping inside, the kids are whisked away to another time and another place. They have no idea how to return to the present day and wonder if they will get out alive.

That’s where the violence starts. The kids are involved in some epic-scale battles that feature some exciting special effects for a television program, but concerned parents say the battles are far too intense for the target age group. “Kids this age don’t need to be seeing battles and death,” said Maureen Thompson, one of the parents who has spoken out against the shows. “Novacom is showing they have no concern for our children.” Arthur Dent, general manager of Novacom said that Novacom will continue to investigate concerns and will meet with parents to talk about the show’s content.