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  1.  (1299.21)
    Interesting theory about the end of time. Love KK' word image and the interesting cast of characters that Warren is putting out. Keep up the good work!
  2.  (1299.22)
    @DaveNant: Oh I bet it will be completely relevant very quickly, it was more of a pacing issue than anything else. It seemed like a bit of an abrupt anti-climax for those six pages, but I'm sure it fits.
    • CommentAuthorpisgah
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2008
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    All in good time my pretty, all in good time! (Perfect.) Like an idiot, I felt it funny on the line before the arse bit. How his penis wasn't making it. Genius not so much. For me time is something to waste. Vonnegut's piddle. We're here for. I think so because nothing here can be definitive, until something happens. And even then there's a disagreement. At least one. BAM, the cat or you or any one can shit on any one's dream. People do it all the time. Is it worse to create a need that can almost never be fulfilled? (Ubiquitous wi-fi/voip devices, a system that works fully, no interruptions.) Or always nay say any thing said? It's an invention by us to fill the void. Every thing is. This is the void. We're filling it. That takes time. Or so we say.
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      CommentAuthorTed
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2008
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    Nice. Another solid character added to the mix...although it does make one wonder how they ever managed to work together in the first place.
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    I'm having a time out until I can learn some manners.
    Luke:
    Does he know what he s talking about?
    Or is it just shit to impress little girls?
    hein girls!
    time changed for the human race?
    and for the other living beings time didn't change?
    for our planet and others did it change?
    What the fuck is he talking about?

    Thanks Mr Ellis and Duffield for an other question filled episode!
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      CommentAuthormuse hick
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2008
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    i slept well last night because we had no internet. i wrote a blog about pathetic florida thunderstorms and a storm knocked the cable out. i told the wife we needed the internet back because friday was freakangels day (she had to phone from work because our phone is in the cable package). anyway, enough of the potted history.
    one thing that just struck me -- london seems particularly empty (i know it's the end of the world) but thus far we have only seen the lambeth boy and the mancunian who are non-freakangels. i suppose the reasoning will emerge. strange how all this traveling round london makes me want to be back there, even if just for a bit, navigating the northern line at rush hour.
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    @Ariana

    That makes perfect sense. Thanks!
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      CommentAuthorwishlish
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2008
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    Today's installment reminds me just how many damn good comics artists there are these days. In the dismal 90s, I felt like I knew every working artist of quality. Now, the field's so damn big, I get surprised all the time. I had never heard of Paul before this project. He's putting out some damn fine work. His work is so subtle, especially his color choices. Just stunning work.
  5.  (1299.29)
    one thing that just struck me -- london seems particularly empty (i know it's the end of the world)

    It's currently very early in the morning.
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      CommentAuthorChrisSick
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2008
     (1299.30)
    Every thing Warren writes has some new all-purpose insult in it that instantly finds its way into my conversation.

    Today's is, obviously, 'I will shit in your dreams'.

    Which completely makes my day only ten minutes into it.
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    KK: WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING?
    LUKE: HOLDING A SEMINAR ON THE NATURE OF TIME INSIDE THE DREAMS OF TWELVE RANDOMLY-CHOSEN LOCAL PEOPLE.

    btw: there's a typo on the sign in the last page, not sure this helps, but still.
  7.  (1299.32)
    weird last page? but yes, this is getting very good. the sililloquy (sp?) about time is my favorite part of the series so far.
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      CommentAuthorDaveNant
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2008 edited
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    Can you get typo's in graphic art?! Or I wonder if that's a subtle gag, to do with a nickname that building had back in it's heyday...

    It's made me notice the anagram "LAMER COMIC" though... which would, of course, be utterly wrong...
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      CommentAuthormuse hick
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2008
     (1299.34)
    i don't see why it is such a weird last panel -- i am sure i have seen a lot of episodic tv shows where the last shot has been of a looming building with that vaguely foreboding music in the background, no? i may be talking out my arse of course
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    well, its not WEIRD weird, but it just kinda popped outta nowhere from the previous ones. im not bitching, it just took me by surprise with the flow of the episode. still loving it though, and now im very curious....
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    HAHA! Photoshop should have a bloody spell-checker or I should get my eyes fixed... I can't believe I spelt it commerical (the only word I've contributed to the comic and it's wrong XD).
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    with the way page 5 ended i had a feeeling the 6th page would be one large image
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      CommentAuthorDaveNant
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2008
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    Hehehe, nice one, Paul! I thought maybe it was a subtle nod, because apparently the bobbies used to call it Comical Street Police Station, and you were testing us...
    • CommentAuthorRoss
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2008
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    I would have slept better if someone didn't keep shitting in my dreams.

    This was an awesome thing to wake up to, though.
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      CommentAuthorWaxPoetic
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2008
     (1299.40)
    it is odd that i had goofy dreams as well? turtles in mine. cats didn't even bother to wake me up by attempted asphyxiation as usual.

    time lectures on a friday morning. and we do this on purpose. there must be trust here.

    as to the last panel. i like the stopped effect of it - meaning that i was more likely to just stop and consider and look at the page because it is a last panel than i would have been had it not been a surprise, had the timing not seemed at first slightly odd. it's a good device in storytelling - get your audience to be silent for a moment and look around them.

    the artwork is still, and even more, captivating every time i read this.

    some days it is worth getting out of bed.