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Comics - page 956 - still talking and talking and - September 1st, 2017, 12:48 am

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Heck, even TRIGGER'S more worrisome than Layla.  At least she hasn't been seen stalking anybody.
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Blitzkrieg1701, September 1st, 2017, 1:13 am

There's something rather sad that "only" getting a page finished two hour late feels like as much of a victory as this does. But given what the update schedule of late has been, it truly is an accomplishment to have gotten this up before dawn. What's more, I'm not exactly in full command of my faculties right now (as documented elsewhere) so it's a little amazing that I'm even awake right now, let alone getting a page done.

Speaking of which: Hey kids! Got a fairly uninspired page layout that you want to jazz up but don't feel like taking the time to actually draw more elaborate art or write something more exciting? Try new Vaguely Unusual Panel Borders! It makes people boringly standing around look more dynamic than it is AND eats up needless empty space in panels that you forgot to fill! (True story: the only reason Avatar has a line in the second panel is because I needed a speech bubble to fill up the empty space in the bottom left that I'd forgotten about. That's the quality operation your dealing with here, folks)

Oh, by the way, it's the first of a new month! You know what that means? It means the Top WebComics Like It or Hate It bonus incentive voting thing is resetting, which ALSO means it'll be a day or two before most of the comics get around to reinstating their stuff. When I went through and reactivated my stuff for the month, Far Out There was the ONLY comic with anything active. So if you wanna see what I put up there without wadding through everybody else's stuff for hours (and giving Far Out There a big boost in the TWC rankings in the process), now's the perfect chance! And, of course, there's today's new Voting Incentive for those who just want some instant gratification :D

EDIT: Oh snap, look what happened last night!

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Darius Drake (Guest), September 1st, 2017, 8:33 am

@ Avatar: Are you including yourself in that list of girls with creepy fixations on the ship, Avatar? Because if you are, can you please notify us of your non-mad scientist induced creepy fixation? If you have one, that is. Your mad scientist induced creepy fixations can be ignored.

Seros Senric (Guest), September 1st, 2017, 6:10 pm

You just knew that Ichabod would find a way to try and imply something about Layla.

@Darius Drake
You mean Avatar?

That is the best Jenna dress-up I've seen yet. Her facial expression just makes it so.
(Don't tell Layla I said that)

Darius Drake (Guest), September 1st, 2017, 11:08 pm

@ Seros Senric: Yes. Yes I did. My mistake. I shall now edit. And done.

Ed8, September 2nd, 2017, 1:01 am

@Incentive: And then she apologized profusely for rudely saying "No", even if merely in shirt form.
Also she sprained several facial muscles that she had never used before making that un-Jenna-like Layla-ish expression.

@Avatar: As far as I know, Bridget has no creepy fixations. Unless Avatar knows something I don't. (OK, of course she knows something I don't, since she knows all the things about all the things.)

Why do I think that Ichabod assuming that they are young vulnerable little boys guarantees that they will be nothing of the sort? Probably more like Frank.

@Blitz: I see your 14-ranking and raise you a 9-ranking!


Blitzkrieg1701, September 2nd, 2017, 8:44 am

Bridget's fixation is being as much like her idealized view of Tabitha as possible.

Ed8, September 2nd, 2017, 1:07 pm

OK, I can see that as a fixation, but it's not at all creepy. A kid of Bridget's age (whatever undefined age that might be) idolizing and idealizing her mom and wanting to be just like her is pretty much 100% completely normal. Now if she's still doing it in 20 years, that might get a bit odd.

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