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I think Mom had a much stronger influence that Layla's willing to admit.
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Blitzkrieg1701, 26 Oct 2012 10:37 am


Blech, yet another really late night. Well, it's not MY fault this time, all work. Thus, I probably shouldn't be trying to say words at the moment that's not snoring.

...well, except for pointing out how much I over-thought how do do that middle panel. Remember, unlike Layla's Dad, we've actually seen Mom's face on several occasions. Thus, is just felt weird to give her the same blank face treatment... but it also seemed weird to up and break from the style of the previous flashback. So, I split the difference (and gave her a slightly different hairstyle, 'cos that's how we indicate the passage of time around here) Okay, there. No more words...

EXCEPT FOR POINTING OUT THE NEW VOTING INCENTIVE, that is. There's a new one, so go vote!




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Seros Senric (Guest), 26 Oct 2012 10:49 am


Well, I don't think Avatar is likely to bring that up again any time soon...

Think Layla was influenced by her mother more than she would have liked?

Concerning your comment on the incentive:
Hopefully not, since it's likely to have something to do with the last panel of the previous page, such as failing to get to that stage.


D (Guest), 26 Oct 2012 01:49 pm


Interesting that the last panel is sort of heart-shaped.


Seros Senric (Guest), 26 Oct 2012 02:13 pm


@D
Yeah, I noticed that...


Blitzkrieg1701, 26 Oct 2012 06:57 pm


You know, I wasn't originally trying to do a heart shape, but when I realized that was how it was shaping up, it seemed weirdly appropriate.


Guest, 26 Oct 2012 08:04 pm


Sleep first, post comics second from now on, OK?
Somehow I think dealing with her mom would have been a better lesson in the family business. Then again, her dad might not have lived long enough for such an advanced class. Or he was just to good to say "Today I'll teach you to handle impossible clients. Here's exibit A, your mother".


Guest, 26 Oct 2012 08:05 pm


Sleep first, post comics second from now on, OK?
Somehow I think dealing with her mom would have been a better lesson in the family business. Then again, her dad might not have lived long enough for such an advanced class. Or he was just to good to say "Today I'll teach you to handle impossible clients. Here's exibit A, your mother".


Antonio (Guest), 27 Oct 2012 02:54 am


Yes, you should get your sleep. Keep your health up, you know.


Also, about the incentive, Ichabod's sleeve made me think "boom" was a dialogue of his for a moment. Just throwing that out there.


Blitzkrieg1701, 27 Oct 2012 04:35 am


OH MY GOSH, YOU'RE RIGHT. I never even noticed it. That's really funny!


Seros Senric (Guest), 27 Oct 2012 05:48 am


Wow.. I didn't notice that. The scary thing is that it actually fits.
We should get going before BOOM!


Stick (Guest), 28 Oct 2012 08:06 am


lolBlitz. The only one fail in your incentive (funny or not) was the sleeve making the bubble look like a speech bubble.

Back to the original story...RIGHT IN THE BA***...I mean right under the bel*...I mean wherever it hurts, Avatar!


MrTTAO, 28 Oct 2012 08:06 am


awwww. poor child.

This is why guys should go for personality over looks. Looks are fleeting and a good personality means your children wont be traumatized by a b...witch of mother.


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