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Comics - page 717 - Confuse-a-Catgirl - March 24th, 2015, 8:40 am

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You'd think the cute, super-intelligent, funny-looking, literally indestructible mad-science-spawn would be the EASIER one to remember.
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Blitzkrieg1701, March 24th, 2015, 9:06 am


Memory problems are, apparently, a real problem among superpowered amazonian catgirls.

Also, neat to see the comic catch up with its own comment section. There's been all sorts of speculation over the nature of Ichabod and Stilez's relationship, but technically all we'd seen in the comic itself was that Ichabod can talk fast enough to get her to stop doing things. If you really wanted, you could probably have argued that Ichabod could do that with any psycho, and that it wasn't related to the two of them having a passing acquaintance. I think this is the first irrefutable evidence that, no, there's something about Ichabod personally that cuts through the madness.

...which is ironic, considering that we haven't SEEN him in many pages. The plan was to keep randomly cutting over to Ichabod crawling through crap while all the other stuff was going on, but it turns out there's really not as many "It's dirty and cramped in here" jokes waiting to be made. And anyway, there's kind of already too many things going on in this arc. Having one MORE thing to cut away to would have made pacing even messier than it already is. Too bad I couldn't, you know, write out the scripts in advance and iron out these problems before posting the actual pages. That's clearly an impossibility.

Also also, be sure to enjoy my favorite Voting Incentive in quite a while.




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Zaealix (Guest), March 24th, 2015, 6:13 pm


Holy...Okay wow. My personal vision of Stilez as the super-soldier she was intended on being is SO very different from this Stilez...Wow.


Blitzkrieg1701, March 24th, 2015, 7:26 pm


Oh, Stilez can still be a terrifying death machine. She just needs the proper... motivation.


Seros Senric (Guest), March 24th, 2015, 8:49 pm


I like how nervous Avatar seems in that first panel.

Stilez now actually knows that Ichabod is here.
Somehow, I don't think Ichabod would be as happy about this as Stilez is :)


Incentive:
I'm sure I've seen some of that anime.
:P


Blitzkrieg1701, March 25th, 2015, 9:09 pm


I was trying to straddle the line between anime villain and Cobra action figure :)


Darius Drake (Guest), March 26th, 2015, 5:55 am


@ Voting Incentive: ...I feel like you might have hit "Techno Power Rangers Villian Leaders"... or, at very least, a Sentai Team Enemy Squad.

@ Comic... & Zaealix: This version of Stilez seems to actually fit my personal vision of Stilez quite easily. She's dangerous, highly destructive, and the single thing with the greatest ability to stop her is Tax.

Her seeming memory problems even fit, though in my headcannon it's because she beats up so many people. My headcannon has her remembering Ichabod because she's seen him more than pretty much anyone else. It has Stilez start remembering him about the 100th time they met, and has Stilez, Tax and Ichabod meeting at least 2000 more times since then, which is what resulted in her remembering him well enough to give him a nickname.


dylgramac, December 13th, 2016, 2:56 pm


Of course Stilez would forget Avatar. Indestructible is boring.


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