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Tangentville

Tangentville

by kidcthulhu
Welcome to Tangentville, a place where mundane people and the strangest assortment of oddities cross paths on a daily basis. Hijinks ensue. You're just as likely to bump into a extraterrestrial or an ancient deity as you are the slacker from down the street. And did we mention it's in New Jersey?

Tangentville isn't so much a place as it is a state of mind. Come for a visit...

(Rating typically fluctuates between PG and PG-13 but sometimes a few R-rated instances crop up, hence the mature content warning)
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Tangentville

Welcome to Tangentville, a place where mundane people and the strangest assortment of oddities cross paths on a daily basis. Hijinks ensue. You're just as likely to bump into a extraterrestrial or an ancient deity as you are the slacker from down the street. And did we mention it's in New Jersey?

Tangentville isn't so much a place as it is a state of mind. Come for a visit...

(Rating typically fluctuates between PG and PG-13 but sometimes a few R-rated instances crop up, hence the mature content warning)

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@Subacai: Yes, Norma has limits; Radish Princess is safe.

Regarding Radish Princess, most of her interactions with villains involve them helping her with her homework at FOE Headquarters.
@Subacai: Captain Heroism is something of a legend, so seeing this kind of behavior can be shocking.
@Subacai: I think everybody is a little in love with Punchin' Judy these days ^_~
@Linn: As always, I look forward to your feedback ^_^
@Linn: Live Steel Combat is something the Society For Creative Anachronism does in New Jersey (and presumably other places). You actually put on full armor and swing at each other with (dulled) weapons. A few of my friends used to be into it. It has a scoring system like karate tournaments, if I recall correctly.

In short, it's a real sport and nobody dies.
@Subacai: That, and he has the attention span of a gnat.
@Subacai: Thank you *^_^*
@Subacai: Just remember in her first appearance in the comic, Urania didn't know she wasn't Uranusian until Rick mentioned he was surprised Moop's daughter was an adopted human.

"Adopted? Adopted?!"
@Subacai: I'm still thinking about doing a Cafe Press store. I just don't know if there would be enough demand to go through the hassle.
@Subacai: Congratulations. You just made me LOL.
@kidcthulhu: Ahh. WAY off base then. ^.^
Linn
16 hours ago
@kidcthulhu: I was actually thinking 'oh kid should done a holiday arc' but you beat me to it. Looking forward to :-D now i am done with school for the year so i can talk your comic closer up for a while haha.
Linn
16 hours ago
At least he keeps the details in and is safe for work.
He could go further in HOW they perform the slaying, or something like that. :D
@Subacai: That's some epic binging! I appreciate you taking the time to read and comment (I'm still going through all the comments!) Thank you ^_^
@Subacai: It's actually a pun on "Rock Lobster", a classic B52's song.
@Subacai: Some Figments just have fixations (see Madness and peanut butter).
@.@ Called it again. My original comment was even going to reference Radish Princess being the last one to see Norma, but I couldn't think of how to phrase it properly, so i didn't bother. ^.^;

I'm glad Shuko-chan is coming home, though. :D

Aaaand, I've just realised I caught up. ;.; At least Friday is the right day to be caught up. :D
He will hijack anything for his potato chip crusade. @.@
Yay, Pete! He was a good choice of Admin for Val. :D
I just realised this is post 700. @.@ You, sir, are a juggernaut of comic strip artistry. Well done. O.O