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by Bling Cat
The tragic and heart-warming tale of a skeleton and a floating mine. -Updates Fridays-
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The tragic and heart-warming tale of a skeleton and a floating mine. -Updates Fridays-


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Bling Cat
July 1st, 2010
On Life and Death
So now our already amoral protagonist just shot some people. See if you can work out the physics behind the horribly charred one being the survivor.
Bling Cat
June 18th, 2010
Oh Dear.
Did you see it? The bear! It's right there, just to the left of where you're looking. There, you got it.
Bling Cat
June 10th, 2010
On the nature of the other people of this world.
Gasp! Will we finally see what other kind of people live in this world beyond ducks, corpses and cacti? Will they disappear from existence? Will they be bears?

Yes, No, and No. However, the bear is located in the blinding section of the muzzle flash. If you stare at it for an incredibly long time, it might appear to you.
What's that Lassie? A duck is stuck in Ravenholme?
If you look closely enough, you can see a small squadron of bear jets flying in formation in the background.
It's technically true, you know.
The hidden bear in this comic is located behind the camera.
Someone crash lands into a Warehouse
Anyone recognise this particular warehouse?
Someone Leaves Town
Well, that's section one finished. Note: This comic will be in sections, rather than chapters. These sections are rather shorter than a chapter would be, and I attempt to make them self encapsulated stories as well as tying into the overall narrative.
Note: I lied in the comment of comic #8. Why? Because misleading you makes you even more surprised when I reveal the truth. Also, I changed my mind.
I don't have any program that can make that funny eyelid filter
You know, the one that makes it look as if the camera is opening it's eyes.

On a side note, I have no idea which side of the ducks face is meant to be black.
Bling Cat
April 29th, 2010
Trains are bitches
It takes so long to pose with that train car around, because it's object size box thing is much larger than it, so whenever people are climbing on it, I keep grabbing it by accident.
April 23rd, 2010
Ah, the return of that sexcellent antagonist and his amphibious transport. At last.
Bling Cat
April 20th, 2010
The train car is really quite noticeable.
Yay! 10 strips! And a recurrence of our antagonist. This comic technically takes place in the same time as #9, but from higher up.
Two Wheels of Justice
To those who are interested, the bicycle used to be a wagon. But while searching for the wagon, I found a green bicycle. Ta-Da!
Bling Cat
April 8th, 2010
Give me all the money in the - Where's the till?
Well, there we are. 8 strips. Haven't we had a journey? Haven't we discovered new, magical ways of looking at things? What's that? Why is 8 special? Because this marks the end of the first section of chapter one, that's why!Oh, don't worry, there are far more sections to come, and in some of them, stuff even happens! Can you believe it? I'm promising you stuff! You can't get a better offer than that!
Note: I lied.
Bling Cat
April 1st, 2010
The Singing Voice of Inanimate Objects
I had a touch of writers block this week, so this comic doesn't really push forward the story. Rest assured, I know where I'm going. But I swear that this map must be made upside down.
Bling Cat
March 26th, 2010
Can he even operate a gun with no fingers?
I experimented with a comic with no dialogue in it. Let me know what you think, whether or not it works.
A return to speaking next week.
Bling Cat
March 20th, 2010
For Ten Dollars You Can Get The Hell Out.
I encourage everyone viewing to guess what the gun that costs ten dollars will be.
March 19th, 2010
Eggs-Cellent, however, I am interested in that sexcellent mystery man with a shotgun that goes 'Boing' and his amphibious pimpmobile.
Bling Cat
March 12th, 2010
Someone Comes to Town...
I don't know about you (You referring to the 3 people who cared enough to favourite this comic) But I think that this comic looks a lot better than the previous ones. Excluding actual content, I compressed he images far less and I finally decided to go an Order Of The Stick style approach when it came to speech bubble colouring.
Bling Cat
March 9th, 2010
Indeed. However, the blessing is that I don't have to spend the time posing buildings for a while, as I use pre-built maps. Hooray for no more wood panel housing!
Poor random house :c