Ringo wrote: »
Well except what see317 said. That guy's always wrong.
RoyceSraphim wrote: »
So we're agreed Willis is actually trying to show his characters change over a long period of time?
Endless_Serpents wrote: »
Kinda miss Cio being a weird old gremlin lady.
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Hobnail wrote: »
While there have been some pretty serious big bang attacks in the comic so far Jagganoth appears to be operating in the "casual megaton explosion" range
Wow, I can't believe HP is finally admitting to being Goops all along!
I needed a gnome to post. wrote: »
THE GOD EATER
LORD OF RAGE
THE ULTIMATE MONSTROSITY
BahamutZERO wrote: »
I think it's like, people drew off reference of bodybuilders for men and models for women for comics and pulp illustrations a lot in the old days, that became the go-to look that the following generations of artists emulated, and other body shapes were ignored because it would take more practice learning to draw several body types and there wasn't thought to be any benefit to drawing more diverse body types when a speed and efficiency were more important and the singular types had the most broad sex appeal, especially in comics. Current generations of artists are more often pushing themselves into practicing from reference of more diverse natural body types because people have thought and spoken more about the advantages of having a range of depictions, and it's starting to percolate out to the final product art you end up seeing in the wild.
Hobnail wrote: »
Professor X's boxing is pretty weak but jesus christ dont let him grab ahold of you
Desert Leviathan wrote: »
It is hard to imagine anywhere Mark Trail could go that would top this strip
EmperorSeth wrote: »
Now that it ended, I binged my way through to the end of A Better Place.
I ... don't know how I feel about it yet. I may need some time to think on it. There was a lot to take in at the end there.I'm curious how this sets up The Demon's Mirror. Like, where do demons and angels come from this scenario? Is that Coin Ward what ends up being the demon's mirror of the title?
And what happened in the change I heard about? I heard that some of the earlier pages got John Egberted. Was that mostly the blue light in the early pages?
DisruptedCapitalist wrote: »
Wasn't Demon's Mirror just a retelling of Hans Christian Andersen's Snow Queen? I don't see how that could have a prequel since the original story didn't have a prequel.
Jragghen wrote: »
Librarians in the jobs thread will probably love this qc
mts wrote: »
heres how i see it being a total win situation for you
1. stay with your wife while she dog sits. this wins husband points since she knows its out of your comfort zone
2. have sex all over her friends house so that the next time you see her friend look at you condescendingly, you can wink back knowing you did the freaky deaky where she eats her cheerios.