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Comics - Far Out There Christmas Clash - page 15 - December 15th, 2017, 6:28 am

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A character in Far Out There is complaining about a lack of forward momentum and people talking too much.  This is what Hell looks like.
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Blitzkrieg1701, December 15th, 2017, 6:35 am

Two morning updates in a row! Am I really for real on top of this stuff again? I hope so, cos this week has been an INSANE blur. I feel really bad that I haven't been able to keep track of comments very well this week, but it's kinda hard with all the scrambling just to get pages done on time. True story: I very nearly apologized on the previous page for not having a new Voting Incentive ready yet because I genuinely forgot what day it actually was. For the record, though, I DO have a new Voting Incentive ready for today.

Anyway, there's technically not much happening in this page, yet it's a perfect example of why I do these Christmas updates to myself every year. Look! I'm actually getting to do character stuff with cast members who haven't even gotten their names established in the slow-as-molasses main continuity!

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Darius Drake (Guest), December 15th, 2017, 9:13 am

@ Incentive: As someone from Australia, where it's SUMMER at this time of year, I have to say "No, that is NOT how Pop Culture Rules Work". It only works that way if she's wearing red & green, red & white or some other seasonal colour scheme somewhere, even if it's just on the board.

Ed8, December 25th, 2017, 11:34 pm

@Darius: As someone who grew up mostly in Florida, where it's SUMMER at EVERY time of the year, I have to say that unfortunately that is how pop culture rules work. Pop culture is defined by a small number of people who live in either England or New England (NE U.S.) who have unilaterally decided that Christmas=Snow. Always made me feel like I was getting a second-rate Christmas, somehow.

Hat kid needs less caffiene. or something.

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