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      CommentAuthorAriana
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008 edited
     (1207.1)
    I'm sure all the other discussions are very interesting but that's not important right now we have a new episode go go go now.

    (Out of curiosity, who's using the RSS Window?)
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      CommentAuthorVespers
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008 edited
     (1207.2)
    Hmmm... KK is hot. Have I said that before yet?

    Tinfoil hat? A tinfoil hat that WORKS? I love it.

    Oh, and the rainbow is a nice touch.
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      CommentAuthorAllan
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008
     (1207.3)
    Excellent. Gardening in a Warren Ellis comic. That's just gold.
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      CommentAuthorhmobius
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008
     (1207.4)
    Blimey if the Lambeth mob have got the clap, what have the folks in Peckham got?
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      CommentAuthorJay Kay
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008
     (1207.5)
    KARL: YOU MADE ME PUT TINFOIL ON MY HEAD BECAUSE YOU ALL USE THE BLOODY TELEPATHY TO TALK ABOUT THE CRAP SEX YOU HAVE ALL BLOODY DAY!
    KARL: NOW SOD OFF!


    My personal favorite bit from this issue. That, and the bit at the end.

    (Out of curiosity, who's using the RSS Window?)


    I have it on my MySpace. :)
  1.  (1207.6)
    Another slice of pure joy on a friday.
    Warren really seems to have this weekly burst sorted.
    As ever the art is amazing and I cant wait to get this in trade
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      CommentAuthormuse hick
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008
     (1207.7)
    i think the thing that i am enjoying at the moment is the way the pacing of the story alters depending on which character is the focus. you can already tel that whatever happened kk was some kind of driving force behind it. connor seems more in control. and the new guy, whose name is momentarily escaping me, is consciously distancing himself, suggesting more regret than we have seen in the other two perhaps. the instalment sizes definitely keep you hungry for more :D
    • CommentAuthorpisgah
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008 edited
     (1207.8)
    I want a shirt with the Freak symbol on it like Carl has...not KK, with text.
    Course I'd prefer a pocket on the front left breast for my notebook and fountain pen, or nonexistent S60 phone, I can't even use in the U.S...There'd have to be a smaller Freak symbol on the pocket as well. Have to have that ginormous Freak across the shoulder blades, no rips or tears. All right. Get to work. Who's going to make them? How much will they cost, 60 bills?
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      CommentAuthorZ
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008
     (1207.9)
    @pisgah

    I'd buy that.

    * * *

    Nothing like Freakangels with your first cup of coffee. I love fridays..

    Thanks Paul (& Warren, whenever you read this).

    - Z
  2.  (1207.10)
    strawberries for all! strawberries.
  3.  (1207.11)
    Loved the water collector and and the strawbs (so very wimbledon!) and the tinfoil hat is indeed a gem. Yeah, best quote of the week - reminded me of a Silverberg story (?) in which a telepath gets driven to the abyss by such things.
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      CommentAuthorzarhooie
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008
     (1207.12)
    I also loved the rainbow. That was just a brilliant touch.

    I am pimping this comic as far as my teeny tiny little internet arms can spread. Everyone needs to see this.
  4.  (1207.13)
    I'm not familiar with the topography of this area, being from the US. So I have to assume that there are parts of this place that somehow wouldn't be submerged by whatever flooded the world... Can somebody clear this up for me so that I'm not just guessing?

    I gave a huge comment last week, so I think I'll let it build up a bit more before I speak my mind. Maybe a few weeks.
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      CommentAuthormuse hick
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008 edited
     (1207.14)
    ten bells

    i think this may be the pub above which karl lives -- ten bells in shoreditch
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      CommentAuthorAriana
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008
     (1207.15)
    I'm not familiar with the topography of this area, being from the US. So I have to assume that there are parts of this place that somehow wouldn't be submerged by whatever flooded the world...


    The bits where they're standing in the road would point to that, yes...! Heh, try http://flood.firetree.net/ to start.
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      CommentAuthormuse hick
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008 edited
     (1207.16)
    pic doesn't appear to have loaded for some reason ten bells but here is a link.

    also this might be interesting ten bells: jack the ripper's local
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    I'm not familiar with the topography of this area, being from the US. So I have to assume that there are parts of this place that somehow wouldn't be submerged by whatever flooded the world... Can somebody clear this up for me so that I'm not just guessing?


    Having to endure London every day, I often fantasise about it being swamped by a post-apocalyptic flood. So this is kind of pornographic for me.

    Ha, just went and found the google maps link before reading Ariana's post... I'd been wondering about that.
  6.  (1207.18)
    @Ariana

    Not using the RSS yet, but plan to add it to a few sites.

    This episode was more though provoking than the last one.
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      CommentAuthorWaxPoetic
    • CommentTimeFeb 29th 2008
     (1207.19)
    I
    Love
    Karl

    happy with a latte and thank you Paul & Warren.

    maybe later, i'll even remember how to make sentences, right now, i'm busy giggling... (and very very curious)
  7.  (1207.20)
    Whee! I'm using the RSS on my iGoogle home-page. Would love to stick it on my deviantart page, but I don't think they support it.
    I loved designing this bit of the story! :) I'd never drawn strawberries, or someone waving two fingers before.