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Comics - page 889 - blushing over continuity - January 5th, 2017, 11:00 pm

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Tabitha's teasing is so embarrassing that the backgrounds couldn't stand to be in the same room
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Blitzkrieg1701, January 3rd, 2017, 2:17 pm


Well, at least I know I got ONE page finished before I left for MAGFest! Yup, I'm writing this on Tuesday afternoon, with VERY little sleep. And hopefully, as soon as I finish typing this, I'll get to work on next Tuesday's comic and have THAT done before I leave for MAGFest too. If so, we might actually have a new Voting Incentive to go with it! Speaking of which, yeah, there's no new Incentive for today, but you can always go look at those Mariska costume concepts again if you want!

As for the actual comic, this one was a bit of a challenge to write. I kept having to go back and re-do Tabitha's dialog in the first two panels because I couldn't remember if they'd actually met in-continuity. At first I thought "Wait, that's not right! They've only met in Christmas comics and Voting Incentives!" and changed things, but then I remembered that How The Caligaris Stole Christmas is supposed to be canon, so they actually HAVE met and I changed it again. Man, even I can't keep the continuity of this comic straight sometimes... or maybe I'm just really tired...




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Zaealix (Guest), January 6th, 2017, 5:57 am


Hrrm...Yanno, this sort of mischieviousness kinda surprises me, but then again...
Part of me thinks it would play into the whole 'mad science' thing. Another part of me disagrees and feels it's a way for her to strike out away from the family business and keep the desire to de-brain kitties away.


Blitz (at MAGFest) (Guest), January 6th, 2017, 7:12 am


I definitely intended it as Mad Scientist behavior only without the science involved

"Oh, if I do this, there'll be a reaction that'd be interesting to witness! THAT IS ENTIRELY ENOUGH JUSTIFICATION TO DO IT AND I HAVE NO NEED FOR ANY OTHER CONSIDERATION REGARDING THIS IMPUSIVE BEHAVIOR!!!"


Ed8, January 6th, 2017, 12:58 pm


It's still Mad Science, it's just Mad Social Science / Mad Sociology. It's one of the less well known Mad Sciences, because it's considered not as glamorous as making planet-devouring superweapons.


Blitz (at MAGFest) (Guest), January 6th, 2017, 5:18 pm


Oh, I am SO using that at some point.


Seros Senric (Guest), January 8th, 2017, 6:05 pm


Mad Social Scientists are to blame for people of the future considering Xal-Gox a common snack food.


Mr. Future Person (Guest), January 9th, 2017, 1:53 pm

Xal-Gox: Part of This Balanced Breakfast!
@Seros Senric: No, no, no, that's ridiculous, the voice in the TV advertisements assured me that Xal-Gox were both delicious and nutritious and I just had to have them at any cost! TV advertisement voice would never lie to us! OK, sure, I might be a bit skeptical if they had said it just once, but I've heard those ads thousands of times, so it *must* be true!!


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