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OMG, they've got a ReBoot poster!
you... might want to fix the unfortunately worded typo in panel 4.
@Scar23: that.. must have been mortifying.
Because OF COURSE the Best Friend's mind immediately jumps to the gutter....
I know Marvel Studios did one in Ant-Man ('14 or '15) it's still a used and what's more, *useful* mechanic to show someone unskilled getting better without using much screen-time.
and the last guy was a nervous wreck, stammered a lot, and they responded "Hello, Not Sure. We are Dad."
September 18th, 2017
It's dangerous to go alone; Take this!
@RazorD9: such a film already exists, it's a 2014 flick called Warm Bodies. I had the narmy pleasure of seeing it in the theater. sadly, the writing's about as good as the first twilight movie.
while I am aware that nothing we can say will magically snap you out of being depressed, I'm also aware that the encouragement helps a lot, so I just wanted to say that this is one of my favorite comics, and that I'm always happy when there's an update. the characters feel like old friends that you've known forever, and ones that are well written enough to feel like somewhere out there, this is all really happening. I will every-so-often go and re-read the archives because the story is just so wonderful and heartwarming. you're doing great! keep a steady pace and you'll come through fine! (wow, I just quoted Kingdom Hearts there...)
Ok, I'm Calling It. They strike up a friendship based on mutual love/skill for cooking, and neither knows who the other really is (at least at first).
the flavin' and the mavin' and the wow?
@princessluna5:'s an eroge joke.
I get the feeling the towel bit was by design...
OK, who here thinks that the next time he meets Alice, they get to talking regarding the status quo, and that kicks off an alliance between AmazingMan and his Villainous Creators that Actually Takes Over The World? After all, when asked, Stanley's response as to why he became a villain and is trying to take over the world, (to those who deserve an answer but he doesn't want to give the real one to) is "Because *somebody* will pull it off eventually, and I'd prefer if it were someone *competent*."
I'm going to say the Ram is out of either Ireland or Scotland; or, alternatively, of Irish or Scottish descent and out of the UK.
*Okay*? Honey, with that look, you'd make any age peer that could be attracted to you, stop, stare for a bit, and need to re-engage the brain-to-mouth circuit.
I wanted to say a couple of things regarding the page/characters, one; that i think that you did an excellent job with the positioning and body language in *all* the panels. And two, my natural impression of the dynamic between Tabitha and Layla is that of two best friends, one being really touchy-feely, and the other who likes her personal space, but puts up with the mannerisms of the friend because that's just how their relationship *is*. Frankly, the only reason someone might see a romantic thing going on between Layla and either Tabitha or Trigger, is due to that being what *they* want to see. anyone that says the comic says otherwise is, confusing the comic for their headcanon. that second part was just me saying that if you were, no don't worry, you're not missing some aspect of the writing that might unambiguously say otherwise; and if you weren't worrying that, just me trying to say not *all* of your readers are trying to mentally pair off characters regardless of the way they're actually written.
Is the winged thing in panel 4 *supposed* to evoke thoughts of FFX and Valefor?
there are some good ones on the graves in Baldurs Gate, (the game, not the city in the game)