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July 2nd 2012

July 2nd 2012 published on 14 Comments on July 2nd 2012

Panel 4 is the face of a man about nearly perhaps approaching ready to kick some ass. If needed.

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  • Me-me

    Distract it, he says.
    See if you can make it stop knocking things over, he says.
    Bloody how?

  • Me-me

    Distract it, he says.
    See if you can make it stop knocking things over, he says.
    Bloody how?

  • Pip

    Ben, I hope you brought lots and lots of chalk.

  • Pip

    Ben, I hope you brought lots and lots of chalk.

  • Khol Drake

    /snootyuppercrustenglishaccent on

    Right.  Let’s go and kick some bottom.

    /snootyuppercrustenglishaccent off

    I don’t know why I can hear Ben saying that…you know, once he’s finally, actually, fully prepared and all…

  • Khol Drake

    /snootyuppercrustenglishaccent on

    Right.  Let’s go and kick some bottom.

    /snootyuppercrustenglishaccent off

    I don’t know why I can hear Ben saying that…you know, once he’s finally, actually, fully prepared and all…

  • Anon

    Violet and Leon! Clever reference to Darken! 

    • Thepyrethatburns

      I liked it and didn’t think it was predictable but it is said that people are never satisfied with their earlier works.

  • Anon

    Violet and Leon! Clever reference to Darken! 

    • Thepyrethatburns

      I liked it and didn’t think it was predictable but it is said that people are never satisfied with their earlier works.

      • Ilmari

        Especially the part where the girl resurrects her lost love as a diabolic zombie. I mean, what a plot twist!

        … that said, I’m not sure Kate actually *wrote* the story of Darken, since it was an adaptation of an actual D&D game in which she was a player.

  • The Wing

    Not to nitpick, but what time period is this set in? OK is an American slang from the 1840s, initially from “oll korrect” and then from the O.K. Club… I’m pretty sure you’d know all this history stuff better than I, but just thought I’d mention it. Or are you making the speech more modernised, for the sake of the readers who would enjoy that kind of stuff more?

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