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Comics - page 814 - the word of the day is SPROING - March 25th, 2016, 2:26 am

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Blitzkrieg1701, March 25th, 2016, 2:32 am

Additional pages of colorful, dramatic entrances that really don't contribute to the plot in any way but are REALLY fun to draw, so I'm doing 'em anyway. Also, making up new costumes for characters is fun too. INDULGENCE!

So, there's a new Voting Incentive on the way too... buuuut it's not finished yet. Sorry, the page was coming along pretty well so I kinda sorta forgot I still had that to do (See? This is what happens when I take a break from anything!) I should have it up in a couple of hours, though. Stay tuned!

EDIT: Okay, there! Voting Incentive up!

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Darius Drake (Guest), March 25th, 2016, 4:22 am

So he WAS in the box that came down in that previous page! I KNEW IT (and by "knew it", I mean "randomly stated that due to considering it funny", but that isn't as pithy.

Blitzkrieg1701, March 25th, 2016, 5:35 am

There are SOME benefits to being too far behind to have any sort of a page buffer. Like, say, if someone in the comments has a better idea than you did, it's easy to just use THAT idea instead! :)

Darius Drake (Guest), March 25th, 2016, 6:23 am

@ Blitz: We enjoy doing that, don't we? I say something I find reasonable or funny, and then you make it cannon. It's happened more than once before now, too. Though it usually only happens with "Yeah, that works. Let's consider that cannon" things.

@ Incentive: Looking at the sheet, it's only the size of a single bed. They could get advice from Layla for wherever she got sheets for her, what I assume was, previous King of King's Sized Bed (from back when she was living at home, as I doubt that she'd accept a mere King's Sized Bed, even as a child).

Number 6 (Guest), March 27th, 2016, 1:29 pm

Wow, I'm surprised that they actually got Alphonse to hide in that dark scary claustrophobic box. Must be one of those TARDIS-brand storage boxes - small on the outside but a well-lit 1200 sq ft 3-bedroom apartment on the inside.

@Darius Drake @Incentive - As if Layla would have been responsible for buying her own sheets! The "little people" who worked for them took care of those minor details. Sure, she may have picked out the colors or patterns from sheet swatches that the professional sheet decorator showed her, but the actual drudgery of obtaining the sheets was done by a minion.

@Incentive - Hey, Tabitha, don't laugh at Stilez, she worked very hard on that costume - it's not as if she picked that costume based on the fact that it was very easy to draw...um, I mean make. ;)

Darius Drake (Guest), March 27th, 2016, 7:50 pm

@ Number 6, @ Inventive Reply: She may not have gone to the store to pick them up, but she likely picked where they were bought from. If she didn't, she likely provided a LONG list of requirements and was informed who was selected, just so that she could confirm that it met her criteria BEFORE anyone attempted to contact the shop in question.

Darius Drake (Guest), March 27th, 2016, 9:06 pm

@ Number 6 @ Alphonse in a Box: He has a nightlight in it, too. That, and "mommy" assured him that the box was the safest place on the ship, with the captains chair she was going to sit on was the second safest. Bridget, being a reckless tomboy, was in the third safest.

Number 6 (Guest), March 27th, 2016, 10:54 pm

@Darius Drake: I wouldn't imagine that Layla would want to micromanage such a trivial task to that degree, after all she's a busy girl with important things to do (or at least she was). Even if it's possible she might know of one place to get larger sheets though, there's a better option: Ask Avatar. She knows all the stuff about all the stuff everywhere! 100% chance she will know. Just be careful or you'll get a 30 minute lecture on the last 10,000 years of history of oversized sheet manufacturing and procurement.

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