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    @Sprialtwist

    Hahahaha - I'm with you on missing shut-eye, but I did manage to grab 6 hours, which is a record as of late.


    It might be a record for an entire WC sub-community of insomnia and "not enough hours" right now.
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    This has probably been my favourite episode so far, story wise. I can't wait to see more of the non-Freak Angel denizens and see their relationship. Now it makes a lil' more sense why they have clothes with their logo.
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    Oh. It's a highland cow. Not a yak. It's still cute.
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      CommentAuthorWaxPoetic
    • CommentTimeMar 28th 2008
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    yes, yes, it is going to be a nice day...

    love Kirk's glasses.

    yay for friday.
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      CommentAuthorinkgirl
    • CommentTimeMar 28th 2008
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    It amuses me that a person named Kirk more or less lives atop a church. I still wonder what name(s) "KK" is short for. I like names.

    I like many other things about this comic also. The story has drawn me in quickly, and the art is beautiful, for example the sky this week, seen most clearly at the top of page 3. I love mornings where the sun is amidst the clouds like that.
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    OK - did anyone here actually get a good nights sleep last night? (Put me firmly in the 'No' category there!)

    Oh yeah - good episode. Like the metabolic slowdown and the yaks.

    But why do a group of telepaths need a radio transmitter? Is it for the non-Freakangels? Are they actually watching over the 'normal' folk of Whitechapel - perhaps to pay back the debt implied by Kirk's last line? The thick plottens...
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    Another great episode - you can fit a lot in six pages! Kirk seems like the nice guy, which could mean he isn't, but the conversation at the end (one of my favourite parts so far too) would suggest he really is. I should stop second guessing. Thanks guys.

    Oh, I only got 4.5 hours last night... maybe it IS a WC thing...
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      CommentAuthorEgon
    • CommentTimeMar 28th 2008
     (1581.28)
    Got my usual 6 hours of weekday sleep. Had to skip breakfast as I waited in the hallway of the local Medical Center to get my blood checked.



    Another interesting chapter. Looking forward to meeting all of the Freakangels.
  6.  (1581.29)
    But why do a group of telepaths need a radio transmitter? Is it for the non-Freakangels?

    As you can see in one of the panels, yes.
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    i allready like kirk, he feels like people i know. i have a bad feeling about this...
    • CommentAuthortheWakeful
    • CommentTimeMar 28th 2008
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    Just for the record, I skipped class this morning and got a good 10 hours of sleep, suckers.
    About the comic: I can't get over the purple eyes. Whenever there is a close-up I get the chills.
    Also: is this thing suppose to be rated PG-13? Seems like it is just from last episode when all the naked people were strategically covered. I don't have a problem with that, I'm just curious.
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    Also: is this thing suppose to be rated PG-13? Seems like it is just from last episode when all the naked people were strategically covered. I don't have a problem with that, I'm just curious.

    It's not PG-13, but it's also not gratuitous. I didn't think we particularly gained anything from showering that sequence in tits and cocks. When I think it's worth doing, it will be done.
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    @Warren:
    That would be the whole 'did-not-get-much-sleep' thing making me dumber than usual, I guess!
    • CommentAuthordaz
    • CommentTimeMar 28th 2008
     (1581.34)
    Every episode I think "gee, the light is lovely". You make the end of the world look quite appealing.

    I've got three questions from panel one. How did they build that platform? What's so interesting of the corner with the spolight? What take scoops out of office blocks like that?
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    1) with people

    2) stuff

    3) giant kittens
    • CommentAuthordaz
    • CommentTimeMar 28th 2008
     (1581.36)
    Ah-ha! Thank-you Warren, I can now get on with my morning without worrying about unexplained details in drawings seen on the intynet. :^)

    Of course, now I'm wondering when a black pudding is going to show up...

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    A question - I like the 'transcript' option at the bottom, but would it be possible to have the whole script there? I'm just wondering why it's just a transcript of the dialogue.

    Story continues to progress nicely, and I love it that I was able to recognise that Hawksmoor church... But then I do drive past it pretty much every day.
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    A question - I like the 'transcript' option at the bottom, but would it be possible to have the whole script there? I'm just wondering why it's just a transcript of the dialogue.

    Asked and answered a ways back, but short version: lets people quote bits of dialogue easily, and facilitates translation efforts.
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    ah - apologies, I must have missed that.