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Comics - page 988 - Knowing when not to talk - January 23rd, 2018, 5:06 am

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Blitzkrieg1701, January 23rd, 2018, 5:20 am

Boy, it sure is easier to get a page done when you do half of it a week ahead of time! ...unless you spend nearly every waking moment of that week trying to get a batch of Conventional Wisdom comics done... and failing. I mean, those comics are ALMOST done, I really did think I had a shot of at least getting the pages themselves fully edited before stopping to work on this update. And even without that, it's almost for certain that I'll have that first batch of MAGFest comics edited and online before Friday's update, so I'll just go ahead and keep spamming links to that MAGFest update so there'll be something here when they finally do go up.

Anyway, you might recall that last week, it was pointed out that the latest Stilez distraction seemed more like a Trigger idea than an Ichabod one... which was a valid enough point to be worth incorporating into this page. Besides, it also allowed a chance to engage in Far Out There's favorite thing every: VAGUELY DESCRIBED WEIRDNESS THAT I'LL NEVER HAVE TO DRAW OR FULLY EXPLAIN!

And speaking of weird things, there's also a new Voting Incentive which... geez, I know for a fact I don't do drugs, and even I'm starting to wonder what I was smoking when I drew some of these...

EDIT: Friday's page is running late again, thanks in no small part to extreme post-Conventional Wisdom sleep deprivation making work ever so slightly difficult. JUST in case I pass out before it's presentable, I figured I should go ahead and post a little head's up. Hey, there's a fresh Voting Incentive up already, so you can at least go see THAT (or, you know, click one of the dozen Conventional Wisdom links and read those)

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Darius Drake (Guest), January 24th, 2018, 7:10 am

@ Comments: I didn't say that it was more a Trigger idea than an Ichabod one, just that the work itself (and act of actually doing it) seemed more like Trigger than Ichabod. Also, we have the Trigger Pulls Prank section of the comic already.

@ Comic: The kids in the first three panels are how they disagree, while the last panel is something they actually all agree on. What did Mariska do to make them that terrified of her presence? Even the kid who seems like he doesn't let anything in the world affect him, and the one who's terrified of the actually dangerous things are more scared of her than the actually dangerous things.

Blitzkrieg1701, January 24th, 2018, 6:24 pm

Oh yeah, I was trying to imply that Trigger already did most of the work, and Ichabod just re-purposed what was left over for his own needs. Plus, it's been a while since I was able to actually work Trigger's love of pranks into the comic, so this was a nice opportunity to slip in a hint that it IS still happening, just off-screen.

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