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I'm here for the comics.
Well, I like computers, Dungeons & Dragons, Pokemon, and acting.
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    Gabe Lorvan
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...You know, I can't even be mad.
@Hawktalon,: Looking forward to it, although you really don't need to do that if you don't want to, lol. I'd probably cover it myself (whenever I finally get around to starting the thing :P ).
@Hawktalon,: I've actually been thinking about the issue of fireproofing a lot in preparation for a comic I've been brainstorming for a few years now. It does seem like a fairly major problem for which I would love, but definitely wouldn't expect, an explanation. Not specifically from you as the author, just in general.
Happy New Year!
I hope Bongo Car stays around for this year, too.
Okay, I guess I'll be the first to say it: I feel like this is what the (somehow popular) graphic novel series "Amulet" should be. The art style is similar in a lot of ways, as are some of the ideas, but his comic does an immensely better job conveying the characters and the plot (not to mention that I prefer the overall style here).
@Guest: Right? What could possibly be suspicious about that?! It's definitely a plushie.
Look, I'm sorry, however weird that situation would be, I'd still invite her in to try to clear up the mess.
I definitely enjoyed this batch of pages! Looking forward to the main story, and I kind of appreciate fast-forwarding through the "This is a PMD" portion.
@Guest: And is still under the assumption that he's a doll even as he fights back and talks
I like how this one page just turned this comic into PMD: Bounty Hunters Edition, lol
Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan, you don't have to be so passive aggressive.
Wait, that was it? I mean, I enjoyed it tremendously, I was just expecting more of it. I mean no offense, of course. Keep up the good work, then!
@Snowy: Apparently not? Or certainly not enough to handle the healing factor (or whatever you'd like to call it).
Once again, and as usual, I'm in tears. I love this comic so much. Thank you for your dedication to this and for the amazing work you do.
@ZavienF: One might call them "inhuman"
@TerrytheTeryx: Conveniently (and inexplicably) covered for effect
@UmiKit: Yeah, I am enjoying it! I just finished all of it.
In terms of the spelling, I'm assuming that you purposefully spelled "mud" as "mudd," as you did it several times across a couple of characters. I don't remember the others, but there were a few.