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US History has never looked this immature.

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Even though this is most likely discontinued permanently, I still want to say that it's really good and that I hope for even the slightest chance of its continuation.
Please update soon! This comic is too rainbowtastic to be described with words
AWESOME
ZHE AWESOME PRUSSIA HAS ARRIVED
(Hetalia reference)
HETALIA
@Sirack: OHMIGOD
HETALIA AMERICA ICON
*fangirls*
*faints*
FANGIRLING SO HARD RIGHT NOW
First of all,
This comic is beyond awesome
Second,
I love Alexander Hamilton even more now
WAIT A SECOND
Hamilton doesn't die in this, does he? If he does I'm goin to blue skidoo into my phone and kill Burr. Just like I wish I could do with Light Yagami from Death Note. And Moriarty from Sherlock. And Yuno Gasai from Future Diary. And Alois Trancy from Balck Butler season 2.
(There are a lot of fictional characters that I want to murder)
LOVE
Oh my god I love this comic so much! I hope you make more soon!
Hi! This update is hilarious and really seeing someone step over a milk puddle could only be epic when done by Washington. Well done and I hope you plan on updating soon~
drmarat
September 10th, 2012
STAY OUT OF MY TERRITORY.
Just discovered this delightful comic, which is the most interesting take on the founding fathers I've seen since the musical 1776. And it's been two months since the last update...T_T
This comic..
I can't wait for more. <3
That first line.. xD "worked on this for like 20 minutes last night because I spent the rest of my time sulking"
ROGERSHERMAN
I almost flipped my computer when I saw Roger Sherman! Yeah, Connecticut! :D
So...awesome!
"The Crossing of the Delaware"
HISTORY LESSON: On Christmas morning in 1776, George Washington led his troops on a frigid boat ride across the Delaware River to surprise enemy troops stationed in New Jersey and was ultimately successful. This memorable icon of the Revolutionary War has since been immortalized in paintings, especially in its most famous incarnation, Washington's Crossing of the Delaware River by Emanuel Leutze.

In comparison, four men stepping over a spilled carton of "Delaware"-brand milk has an overall much more dramatic effect.
Of course, he promptly became a really celebrated lawyer and got all the bitches.''
you win at EVERYTING XD
hdjaislhdjklsahdljksa CROSSING OF THE DELEWARE! (Hessians on the other side... and such a "freezing tempest" the "river" is.) XD
umi-kun
May 23rd, 2012
"Mess"
HISTORY LESSON: If you're paying attention, a certain pivotal event in the Revolutionary War did happen in the wee hours of morning... around, oh, four o'clock?
Lol. Titanic reference. Luv these~
:D Love this page! And hey, everyone has to start somewhere, right? Keep it up Jeffy!
First off, I love your comic!

Second, the way Jefferson's holding the violin, he must be REALLY bad, because he'd only be able to play the open strings that way! (Fingers press down on the strings, so the hand doesn't need to hold the scroll like that)

...now I'm imagining him only playing G, D, A, and E really badly. XD