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oh no, she's shortly going to actually die, and we'll find out the reason for the comic name; that's it isn't it?
there's a reason Blue and Orange morality is a thing. this is one of those times where you need a way to describe the concept of a being with totally alien motivations and morals. I was thinking that Douglas was just an asshole, but now I'm thinking it's likely more complicated than that. the next page will tell.
so my prediction of how the plot shakes out in the end is that Gail and her crew end up having to take down Amber after she goes full Sith, lots of symbolism with the comic's name there, and frankly, Amber's already starting to get kinda "you're bad, that means I kill you; nothing else matters" regarding Gail. Gail's crew on the other hand, is very much a collection of people who are mostly what they are due to being lost in the cracks of society and having to have made hard choices because of that.
Oh, Gundam; good choice! that property tends to have some real good things to analyze about any given plot, mostly about one aspect or another regarding just how messed up war can get.
From the way Kaylee is blushing at the suggestion, I'd wager it actually is quite similar (having watched it in the entirety myself, there are some.... *awkward* moments in that series, especially if you were to watch it with mixed company) that being said, it's also very much an innocent love story (also, with the amount of fan content and referencing of other anime japan's media does, you're good with this kind of name dropping)
d'awwwwwww :)
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oh geez, she's got one of those arranged marriages set up for her doesn't she
I'll be honest; the first thing that went through my mind when I read that warning was "do not bend, fold, spindle, or mutilate."
I'm pretty sure that jar in Panel 4 is what the second dungeon boss of the LoZ game Link's Awakening lived in (yes, it was a genie)
Thou hast taunted the Killer Goose of Cearbannog, and thou hast paid the price!
I'm calling it now, we're getting more Asher.
Trigger is adorable, and his current brand of anxiety is very familiar (heck, in his position, I probably would have done the the creepy-ass stalking bit too) also, signs point to the beginnings of a real-life Nitpicker's Guild.
@Guest: yeah, this seems like it might be his little girlfriend's way of declaring her undying love.
February 16th, 2018
*welcome to the jam*
Is the first Panelist in "World Domination with *Style*" a reference to the villain in the Captain Proton scenarios that Tom Paris plays in Star Trek: Voyager?
is it just a style choice that the letterhead is the Hylian sigil, or is it that either the groom or bride is really into LoZ?
Typo in panel 2, confused should be confessed.
it's a ghatdam bunch of nasty pageant moms!