Styxx and Frazzles are two foodies bumbling about in the world of Limboland, a lost dimension between worlds, where the clutter of other realities gathers to form civilizations of Hodge-Podge people. Should be delicious.

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March 20th, 2017
It's His Karma
Karma has everybody's address, phone number and eMail. And Frazzle has a... point.
Thank you all for being so patient. It took a while for me to get my new stylus!
;) Enjoy
Your works never fail to amaze me. When I think I seen it all, you again surprise me.
February 23rd, 2017
Meh, they deserved it.
Teavian (Guest)
February 4th, 2017
Oh no! I hope they'll be okay!
Indeed! Why would they, :).
Run, Barry, RUN! (giggles)
3 miles?
Phffff...a short walk in the woods for me :). A long hike would be 20 miles.
Merry Christmas, Ellie!
That is a great idea :). The losers of course will get the spoils. Not that it'd be a /bad thing/ :)
Well, I certainly could go with that voting! :)
Why do I have a sudden feeling of dred? A tsunami of skulls perhaps?
Reminds me of my math class. We actually had to do voting, and there was several to do - ug :)
Kantuck Nadie (Guest)
November 28th, 2016
@Doodlepad: I can understand. I know that strips have to be written way ahead, but maybe this election was on your mind when you wrote this. :)

Thank you honey (hugs) We need all of the allies we can get and I will be kicking and screaming every chance I have too. Ug...makes me feel like I need a shower.

After cake of course however (giggles)
November 27th, 2016
@Kantuck Nadie: Just thinking about Trump makes me feel icky. When I wrote the script for the comic, I had no idea it was going to land around election time. I'd forgotten honestly and then of course we have this crazy election. So I feel kinda bad for having a voting story, got the timing really bad. At least it's just about cake.

I'm an environmentalist/feminist and supporter of POC and LGBTQ, so yeah Trump's not my favorite person at all. My Peers and I plan to keep active and alert during the next four years to fight the waves of intolerance, but it is scary.
Kantuck Nadie (Guest)
November 26th, 2016
Yes, the voting over here got a bit flustered. I'm not at all happy with Trump winning it, but I didn't see any illegalities. He /did win/ fair and square, even if by an outdated mode.

I'm frankly afraid of this president now, for I can see all the things we won over the past decades being erased by his bigoted, homophobic cronies. I understand Trump is gay neutral. But his cronies are as homophobic as Pat Robertson -- Hell I see him coming into the government now. :(.

I guess it's good that I'm going back home. I'll be getting that little cabin deep in Appalachian valley where I can raise my animal friends, and shoot any government official that comes around saying that being pansexual is a sin against (their) god.

Yeah, I'm a bitter doe.
November 14th, 2016
So what's with the voting thing? This whole part of the story is based off a real life experience. My partner comes from a very er..politically involved family, a family that loves boardgames, and best of all, open and methodical discussion which includes, voting. We had something like 10 people wanting to do something fun for Ed's sister's birthday, and instead of just you know letting her pick the activity of the day, we had to vote on it. But first we had to figure out, how to vote on it, which in the turn meant figuring out how to vote on that. Me coming from a family that makes decisions quickly if not always fairly, well..I was tearing my hair out, but the point is that the whole process is fun for his family, so in turn it's fun for me. But boy it's best to avoid decision making in that family. And well in this case of cake, my limbo-critters are even worse decision makers.
Kantuck Nadie (Guest)
November 12th, 2016
Bugs said it best...
November 11th, 2016
Hullo everyone: You guys have been so awesome, I made sure to color this page for you and I hope you enjoy the weird anime eyeballs. I once worked at a german bakery and we made most of these cakes. But boy something about pistachio marzipan, it's like crack, but I can't say no to a Boston cream, or hazelnut. And I've always wanted to try a moon cake. The peppermint cake kind of scares me.