#1074 "Intervention conjunction"

January 14th, 2013, 7:06 pm

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Reply NtKGar, January 14th, 2013, 7:18 pm

Paige did her thing with the colouring pencils again. I love this look for the comic, but it's pretty time consuming, so hand-coloured strips are to remain a luxury.

That last line makes the same internal reference as< today's vote incentive. It started here.

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Reply NM_eipuru, January 14th, 2013, 7:40 pm

Keno you brat! Ahaha, wow, don't most cats do that, though?

Reply GabrielsThoughts, January 14th, 2013, 9:39 pm

Yes, I detect a bit of Edvard Munch, Vincent Van Gogh, and Marla Olmstead in the line work.

Reply Someoneyoumightknow (Guest), January 15th, 2013, 5:55 am

Sup :P I saw this comic in an ad about 2 days ago. Checked it out, and read the whole darn thing in about 12 hours because it's a good comic and I have no life :D. Though I do have a few questions:

Firstly, is it me, or has Neko slowly gotten crazier throughout the duration of the comic? I mean, he used to have vaguely normal conversations with people, and now...not really. Also, he went to see Aya out of his own volition, and now he can't really give a shit when his own son kersplodes. Did he actually change, am I missing something, or am I just overthinking the comic relief? >_<

Second question: When does this thing update? Like, what days of the week?

And this may sound really stupid, but are Neko/Maisy ever gonna die? Like, when the series ends or something. Or are they just gonna pull a Garfield (immotality)?

Reply NtKGar, January 15th, 2013, 11:09 am

Hi Someone

1) To be honest, I think you're overthinking it :P

2) The comic updates Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. It updates in the evening though, so the schedule is arguably Tuesday Thursday Saturday. That's Monday Tuesday Thursday if you don't read comics at the weekend. There have been a bunch of strips about the perception of time recently.

3) I can't comment on whether or not characters are going to die. That would just be poor form as an author :P

Reply GabrielsThoughts, January 15th, 2013, 12:43 pm

If the characters were alive the answer to the last question would be obvious... the point at which life ends is death. As such, unless one has committed homicide or suicide, the answer is unknowable.

Also, If I recall correctly Garfield actually did die in continuity, his ghost was haunting the old Arbuckle place.

However, his idea of paradise was his life with Jon and Odie. So when he finally crossed over the series was business as usual.... you can find out more about his afterlife experience bellow.

starting with October 23, 1989


Reply Felix (Guest), January 15th, 2013, 3:17 pm

Sup v2 "I saw this comic in an ad about 2 days ago. Checked it out, and read the whole darn thing in about 12 hours because it's a good comic and I have no life :D. Though I do have a few questions:" <- what he said :D

i thought i was still in the 2011 or 2012 achieves. and suddenly there was no more "next". keep it up, this is awesome :D

Reply Someoneyoumightknow (Guest), January 15th, 2013, 7:51 pm

Thanks for the reply, Gar I agreed with just about all the stuff there. I tend to overthink things when I'm bored. At that point I was bored >_<. And I see what you mean about the poor form. Meh, if I was you, I'd wait till the end, then kill them off both at the same time. If one of them died, the other would be left broken, and no fun to write anymore. I'm a horrible person :3.

Reply Morena (Guest), January 18th, 2013, 9:35 am

Mighty Fuck Weasels!

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