My spiritual sequel stems from the concept that since the twist of the Unknown being a limbo is already known, any future stories should focus less upon the protagonist/s trying to escape or trying to figure out where they are, and more upon what led to the protagonist/s being there in the first place. I also have my own headcanon that the Unknown takes up different forms outside of the Victorian-era fantasy from OTGW.
So my story, which is barebones at best, follows a young boy traversing an Unknown based upon classic Western films, sights set on finding the corrupt sheriff of his hometown and plugging him between the eyes with the single bullet he has in his revolver. He's a stoic, silent kind of character, leading a talking lizard that tags along for the ride to do most of the talking for him. As for the kid's entry into the Unknown, it's because he took the long way home between a guy who keeps leaving his loaded guns out in the open and his abusive father at home, and to ward off heat stroke he takes shelter at an old cemetary between the two.
It's not perfect because it's probably never going to become anything.>>104680880
Oh hey, it's you! I was honestly wondering if you were the other guy and I was being baited.