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    • CommentAuthorJumpit
    • CommentTimeOct 11th 2012
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    It looks like Sister Teresa is going to play a significant role in the second volume given how many times she's popping up and Shaky's reaction to her. But, she isn't "crossed," she's "X'd." She's got an "X" across her face in all her pictures as a crossed person. I think it'll be interesting to see what this represents and why some people get the regular cross versus the X. A different breed of crossed I'm guessing. More psychotic, but smart.
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    Perhaps it just means she's Irish.
    • CommentAuthorflecky
    • CommentTimeOct 16th 2012
     (10869.3)
    X-faced nice lady: Excellent.
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    I still think the narrator Shakey is so guilt-ridden that he is imagining the identity of his pursuer and her variation of the plus scab.
    • CommentAuthorBadBeast
    • CommentTimeOct 21st 2012
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    So how many times has she popped up? I saw her once, in that rib with the searchlight.
    • CommentAuthorpsibreaker
    • CommentTimeOct 25th 2012
     (10869.6)
    I wonder if it is just ritual scarring and that she has some sort of immunity to the virus. It seems very convenient and highly unlikely for a virus to cause an identical pattern to appear on the face but at a 45 degree angle (if there's a biological reason it appears across certain features it seems particularly weird that the same pattern could me replicated but missing those features).

    However intelligent she may be it's nice she hasn't changed her clothes, just to make it easier to indentify her. :-)
    • CommentAuthorBadBeast
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2012
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    That, and the extra leg she seems to have grown.
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    BadBeast your new name is now BadAndHorribleBeast.

    Keep it classy!
    • CommentAuthorBadBeast
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2012
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    I like to do my bit to add to keep up the general ambiance of the place. Especially on an interlude week. I'll probably start speculating on what kind of childhood trauma one has to go through in order to consistently keep churning out filth of such foetid, mind raping quality, week after week like this. This makes "The Walking Dead" seem like an afternoon's Bushcraft with Ray Mears.


    Hmmm . . . I wonder what a Crossed Ray Mears would be getting up to, and whether he'd sue Avatar if he got a three episode celebrity guest arc. Or even better, Bear Grylls. He'd succumb straight away with his penchant for drinking piss . . . . . he might even consent to being honored in this way. But I doubt it . . . Fuck it, come on Si, you're not scared of Bear Grylls are you?
    • CommentAuthorNo Fear
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2012
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    Actually, would be pretty good if Avatar did run a competition for a lucky fan to appear in an episode, either as a plus face or survivor.
    • CommentAuthorBadBeast
    • CommentTimeOct 27th 2012
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    I suppose they have to give permission wouldn't they?
    I wonder if there are any celebrity fans out there . . . . I can think of one Scots comedian who would get a right chub on if he was asked. He'd only have to read the first three panels of WYWH, and he'd be sold on the idea. He fucking hates dolphins. "Swimming around all day, grinning like fucking paedophiles" I think is how he described them.

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