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    Good morning, Whitechapel. Warren and most of the Avatar crew are in Chicago right now, and so are many of you, but it's time for the new episode of FreakAngels no matter where you are.

    Drowned London awaits you. Where are you reading from today?
    • CommentAuthorKradlum
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2008 edited
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    Hurray!
    I'm reading from just above the high water mark on Tottenham Court Road, London.
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    Excellent as usual. The flooded city panoramas are very well designed.
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      CommentAuthorlordmitz
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2008
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    reading from my hovel!

    and paul, you so used google maps for that last panel. do not deny my hunch!
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    it felt so good to wake up and read this. i wish everyday was friday, but hen our favorite creators would be over worked
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      CommentAuthorcurb
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2008
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    Good stuff - I love the splash of KK in flight. I'm reading from my home today, which makes a nice change from work. Mostly because you cant eat a boiled egg or smoke weed at work.
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    Morning, Mark.

    I'm reading from Chicago - think I slept about 3, maybe 4 hours. Woot! I should look more awake later, which would be good. Don't want to scare anyone when I hand out tickets today.

    I'm on my first cup of tea - considering an IV drip at this point.

    As usual, FreakAngels is a beauty to enjoy and I'm really looking forward to seeing what happens next week.
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      CommentAuthorLazlo23
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2008
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    reading from the 3rd floor of my house, where the "big" compluter (as my 3yr old calls it) is located.
    Isis (aforementioned 3 yr old) is using her dad's tablet to play around on playhouse disney.
    at least its not tv.

    i want a ride on KK's "bike".
    it kicks ass.
    i'm a bit worried about jack thou...
    that sailboat doesn't look friendly...
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      CommentAuthorAdam
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2008
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    Very ominous, yes...... As ever, the full-page panels are just jaw-dropping. I just get such a palpable sense of freedom and "no I will NOT fucking lie down and submit!" from the sight of KK flying over the submerged streets. Beautiful.
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    from my living room with stupid news on the tv. cup of coffee in hand; longing to be in chicago, but stuck here in tucson. at least we had rain yesterday and last night which was nice.

    good work paul, but that is normal for you. full page panel (pg.3) was just really good shit.
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    Reading from the hotel room where my family is staying while our house is worked on.

    Alas, I had my heart broken early this morn and not even Freakangels can make it feel better...
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    London nearly drowned an hour ago... incredible cloudburst. I'm in a big glass building in Holborn. It's nearly the weekend
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      CommentAuthorrickiep00h
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2008
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    Trouble is afoot! Er... afloat!

    ...a-brewing? *shrugs*
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      CommentAuthorparibolzi
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2008
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    Another excellent Episode.
    I'm reading from my home office - in Chicago. Alas, I will not be able to drop in at WizardWorld - I'm off to Wisconsin for a long-planned brotherly drink-up weekend. I'm regretting missing the con - or at least the opportunity to see Warren, and other Whitechapelites.
    However, I'm quite happy to start a FreakAngels Friday morning without work, but instead with my own coffee, and a day of travel, reading and seeing my brothers ahead of me.
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    If FreakAngels were composed entirely of dialogue-free splash pages featuring KK flying a steampunk copter-bike above a drowned London, I'd still come see it every week.
    • CommentAuthorbuzzorhowl
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2008
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    "You never seen a bike before?" Beautiful.

    Also, I'm worried about Jack. I get the idea that he's about to dive for supplies, which makes him even more vulnerable to whatever scary plans that sailboat has for him.
    • CommentAuthorpisgah
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2008
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    I want a Freak Angel's shirt like the characters have, not what's available in Chicago, where I can't go, too many states and things to do in the way. White or Gray lettering on that soft dull green long sleeve shirt...something Banana Republic had once when they only had their Mill Valley and S.F. stores. A real outlet then. But, whatever. Can't complain. The free online comic is the best. Right? Of course. We all enjoy it immensely, whether our house is flooded or our hearts broken. Time passes. We die. The End.
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    Another cracking episode, thanks guys.

    Am reading this at work, in Aberdeen, In Scotland - while the sun shines outside (actually its now gone behind a very grey cloud! is Warren controlling the weather now?)
    • CommentAuthorBooalready
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2008
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    Here in Ohio when somebody tries to leave me with a cliff hanger like that I threaten to punch them and then I punch them. It's a compliment really.
    • CommentAuthorcjtremlett
    • CommentTimeJun 27th 2008
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    Reading this from Casa Cthulhu (aka my house), Lansing, Michigan. Wishing I could be in Chicago.

    Is it just me, or are those clouds starting to look dark? Rain on the way? It's still not that much past noon (all these pages, and it's still not much past noon on the same day that KK woke up with the boy from Lambeth), so that's not evening darkness by a long shot.

    Do we know what time of year this is?

    Splash pages are amazing, as always. I loved getting a better look at KK's bike.

    So it sounds like the watchtower is for watching for human intrusions on their community. Interesting. I wonder how often that happens and how they deal with it. I suspect we will find out.

    Why am I hearing the Jaws theme on that last page? Probably something to do with hidden menace and the water.