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At Arm's Length

At Arm's Length

The story of three magical ladies and their lives with their husbands, making it in the modern world and dealing with the occasional monster attack.

Updated Tuesdays and Saturdays.
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At Arm's Length

The story of three magical ladies and their lives with their husbands, making it in the modern world and dealing with the occasional monster attack.

Updated Tuesdays and Saturdays.

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@WhippetWild: What the Marshall said. Specifically, we use Photoshop for the lettering, and PS' text-handling tools can adjust kerning.
@WhippetWild: There are settings you can change that reduce the space in between letters. You just reduce it until they start to overlap.
@Iceburgh69: Thulssa is a utopian, and he rewards those loyal to him. I doubt everyone gets a castle, but I'm sure their families get something...
Curious
I am curious how the makers can get the text to overlap on the letters.
@DarkwingDork: In all seriousness, though, how often does ANY organization have funerary benefits like that? Thulssa's no slouch when it comes to personnel resources. I'll bet he offers solid health benefits as well as decent pay. He at least understands the concept of extenuating circumstances.
And that concludes this story! Thanks for Patreons Sabrina and Marshall for supporting this arc!

If you'd like to support our comic and possibly get appearances of your characters, please swing by our Patreon account for details!

We hope to start the next story soon! Stay tuned!
@teamunity: Everyone's the hero in their own story.
@Dimensional: It's possible the various snake species are aware of each other, even if just as general awareness.
@Iceburgh69: Well worth the price of admission! :P
I have to say that the funerary benefits are to die for.
Woo! I photobombed the GOAT!
@Marshal Banana: Hehe yes you do
@Dimensional: Actually, the way I picture it, this race of reptiles evolved before snakes lost their legs.
I don't know if this is how it is in the comic, since things have been adapted from my original idea a bit, but that's my head cannon.
I wonder if Charlotte knows anything about these particular reptiles. Species may have once been the same, but diverged into legs vs arms.
Time for the snakes to get serious.

Or sseriouss, as they put it.
That's the funny thing about perspective. One person'a hero is another's villain.
I can't believe it's been a year since the last Super Bowl. This story is wrapping up just in time it seems!
Do I spy a Sabby videobombing the interview there?
@Eboreg: reminds me of a good X-men comic when Storm found her childhood home, and found it was full of heroin-addict teen junkies. one tries to stab her in the back while she's subduing the others, and Luke Cage shows up and promptly slams him into a wall. Storm expresses concern that they should do something for the kids, and Luke says this: "We're superheroes, Ororo, not God. We can save humanity from Doc. Doom or Galactus, but not from itself."

A pretty similar sentiment and reality takes place here.
Damn...

This got dark quick.