NtKGar

NtKGar

Real Name: G. Molloy
Gender: Male
Web Site: http://www.nekothekitty.net

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Comment on #Demogeriffic! of Neko the Kitty
NtKGar, 23 Aug 2016 04:19 pm
Actually Poe's very first appearance was in strip #147 back in November 2013, so those couple of weeks lasted nearly eight months. Using comics time and real time on the same scale really doesn't work.
Comment on One Small Change of Neko the Kitty
NtKGar, 18 Aug 2016 07:04 pm
That typeface for Poe is Prestige Elite Std. Making a note so I don't forget :)

Went camping last week down in Wexford with Paige and a couple of our friends. Good weather for it for the most part, wonderfully clear sky on the Thursday, which was when the Perseid meteor shower was peaking. I stayed up and saw eight meteors. I've never seen the thing where it's just dozens of them streaking across the sky, and I don't know if that happened or not this year because I went to bed around 2AM.

I brought my drawing pad and pencil case along with the intention of getting a couple of panels drawn up while I was there (yes, I'm drawing on paper again) and scanning when we got home, but ended up not drawing a line. I’m up to like the ninth or tenth Dresden book now. I forget the title of it but somebody’s abducted Johnnie Marcone and I’ll be amazed if the comfortable SUV survives.

Anyway, couple of really good days. Paige and Ellen went off on an adventure on their own to visit a haunted house, and really got into the spirit of the thing. Paige was invited to participate in a re-enactment of The Fated Card Came, yelled “WHAT THE SHIT?!!” when the lights cut out, and Ellen nearly died. I forget the context for “HOLY MONKEY!!” but the guide had to stop for a minute before continuing the tour.

Meanwhile back at the camp, the Husbands sat with our books and our beers and enjoyed sitting outside reading our books. Around lunchtime we decided to try and light the small portable barbecue he had brought. It lit, the coals were definitely burning, but very slowly, and he refused to chuck a couple more firelighters on there to speed up the reaction despite knowing full well that that’s what they’re for.

Ultimately we decided that slow stead heat was what it was designed for, and after a couple of slices of Test Toast to confirm it was hot enough to cook on, we got out our wieners. Frankfurters are called hot dogs when they’re boiled, and wieners when cooked over a flame! I don’t know what they’re called when you do them in the microwave, that’s kind of a grey area, but we put our wieners on a grill over a bunch of gently burning coals, turning them with the tongs every couple of minutes until they split and sizzled, dribbling whatever wieners dribble onto the hot coals. Damn those wieners smelled good. I had mine on buttered toast!

Then when the girls got back we shifted the coals from the barbecue into the portable fire pit Paige had bought for the trip and sat reading our books until we realised the chicken we were supposed to be having for dinner had spoiled. Ellen and Paige teamed up again to go to the chip shop, and managed to have another spooky adventure involving the devil on the way, so it all worked out beautifully.

We went to the beach on the last night. We hadn’t been all week even though it was only a short walk from the campsite. Really nice beach there, fine powdery sand as far as the eye can see. This is the middle of the night mind you and there’s no outdoor lighting nearby, so as far as the eye can see is only a couple of metres in this instance, but the sand felt good on my toes and I got the impression the beach was quite big.

Paige and I went paddling. The water was too cold to go swimming, but there was just something pleasant about the way it washed over our feet in the soft sand. We walked up and down in the shallows for a while, enjoying the night and the play of cold water around our ankles until an errant wavelet rebounded off Paige’s leg and leapt up into her nethers, prompting a return to the campfire.
Comment on The Head of the Herd Was Calling From Far Far Away of Neko the Kitty
NtKGar, 16 Aug 2016 03:36 pm
@Peya Luna: Oh this'll help people sleep at night for years to come.
Comment on The Head of the Herd Was Calling From Far Far Away of Neko the Kitty
NtKGar, 09 Aug 2016 08:33 am
@ColdFusion Last one, promise :P

The real fun of course is in figuring out who's manipulating the Lizard People and the Vampires into being enemies in the first place. There are a lot of cabals; It's interesting. The Wizards of Altus have really been on a role since they banished David Bowie from his corporal form!

OK, apparently I've said too much. Send money!
Comment on Li'l Nietzsche of Yellow Sticky
NtKGar, 04 Aug 2016 10:13 am
It's OK, that's not YOUR god.
Comment on Nellie The Elephant Packed Her Trunk And Said Goodbye To The Circus of Neko the Kitty
NtKGar, 03 Aug 2016 04:19 pm
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Because you asked...

"So Keno notices that it’s getting awfully bright and asks Aya the time. She goes to check the phone, but drops it (again). Rremly manages to catch it and according to the clock it’s still wicked early, but then Rremly realises they must have flown through a Time Zone. They have much less time to get home than they thought. Keno thinks a Time Zone is something magical.

Meanwhile Lobster and Poe are fighting, and they’re no more evenly matched than before. In the Labyrinth Lobster doesn’t need to have his resurrection stone on him in order to respawn because he’s in the penumbra of the Mana Prism’s power, and after killing him a bunch more times Poe reasons that Lobster’s respawning outside the Labyrinth is also connected to the mana prism. Poe grabs the Resurrection stone and starts using it to suck magic out of the Prism

So while Poe's gathering Power Lobster digs out one of his wizardly Plot Devices and uses it to reverse the polarity of the magic flow. Reversing the polarity's more or less a default solution in these kinds of circumstances so I reckon people will buy it. Anyway it creates a Power Vacuum and Poe ends up losing all his magic..."
Comment on Nellie The Elephant Packed Her Trunk And Said Goodbye To The Circus of Neko the Kitty
NtKGar, 02 Aug 2016 04:27 am
@ColdFusion: Little Screamo in Bummerland sounds like an R. Crumb comic.
Comment on Nellie The Elephant Packed Her Trunk And Said Goodbye To The Circus of Neko the Kitty
NtKGar, 02 Aug 2016 04:24 am
@ColdFusion: Well it's been Republicans vs. Republicans for a while now, Republicans vs. Skeletor is a new development.
Comment on Nellie The Elephant Packed Her Trunk And Said Goodbye To The Circus of Neko the Kitty
NtKGar, 02 Aug 2016 03:39 am
@ColdFusion: I covered Trump AND Brexit in three short panels! And I agree that the current election is a grotesque circus of the absurd, but we've reached the part of the clown show where the laughter turns to screams. That's actually where I was going with the Pennywise bit. And there isn't No Such Thing as a Trump supporter, although I'm glad you can't imagine such a thing actually existing.

'Behold The Stupidity Of Reality!' has always been the backbone of comedy, and trust me it's inexhaustible. My usual source of absurdity is that people love cats despite the undisputable fact that they're assholes, but if there's low-hanging fruit in the pop culture I'm going to take a bite of it from time to time.

I think the last time I did a political strip it was Keno looking out the window the morning Obama was elected and noting that nothing had changed. I address reality from time to time, that doesn't make NtK a soapbox.

And for the record my ideology isn't European Leftist, it's Star Trek Utopian.
Comment on Nellie The Elephant Packed Her Trunk And Said Goodbye To The Circus of Neko the Kitty
NtKGar, 02 Aug 2016 03:04 am
@ColdFusion: Heh, I'm reminded of the King of the Hill episode where Bobby compulsively listened to Ray Jay Johnson records because he couldn't figure out why they were funny.

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