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Comics - Page 145: Nitpicking Does Not Equal Peacemaking - December 22nd, 2010, 8:35 pm

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Blitzkrieg1701, December 22nd, 2010, 9:01 pm

Posted on Apr 24, 2009
I don't think they really thought through the implications of a guy trained to pick nits having to actually... TALK to people.

I feel some apologies are in order for this page. I'd already written one to go up today, but bumped it back to next week in order to drag out this encounter a little longer. More of Dr. Caligari wigging out is nice, but it meant I had to whip this thing together VERY late in the game. As a result, by the time I realize just how much space this layout wasted, it was too late to start over.

The point? There's no cameos today. The space I'd left in the first panel ended up being too small for any characters to be recognizable, and there really wasn't anyplace else to slip someone in. Don't worry, Tuesday's comic will be much better thought out than this.

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Blitzkrieg1701, December 22nd, 2010, 9:03 pm

Posted on Apr 28, 2009
I wish I could say that the bulk of the crowd was left unshaded to create an illusion of depth, but I'm nowhere near that clever. The truth is, I was busy hosting an anime party at my house Sunday night, which resulted in me getting a very late start of this page. At 3 in the morning, any artistic decision that removes a step from the creative process is a GOOD decision.

Anyway, cameos are back in full force now. Let's see who we've got this time!

Wearing the blue mask in the first panel is Devil Squid from Vakanai's Devil Squid Adventures

...and to the right of Tabitha in the last panel is Coelacanthasaur, an original character by Gwen.

I also threw in a PAIR of characters for myself this time.

Hovering between Dr. Caligari and Layla in the bottom panel V.I.N.CENT from The Black Hole: one of the most awesomest robots in the history of science fiction.

Also, on the far right of the last panel is Fran from the manga Franken Fran. It's actually a pretty terrible manga and I don't recommend it to anyone, but the character (a creation of a mad scientist who is herself something of a mad doctor) just seemed like a good fit for this kind of event :D

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