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    • CommentAuthorPooka
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2010
    Really nice last panel. I love Alice. I'm a big dork and I roleplay with my friends. Alice is kinda an inspiration for the character I'm playing.

    Weather has been beautiful here in Kentucky. Nice and sunny and cool.
    I went out yesterday with my husband and shopped a couple malls in Ashland. I really hate this eighties fashion trend. I haven't been able to find any clothes I would really wear for about a year now lol. I did however buy a t-shirt. I really hate the twilight movies, but I love werewolves, and I found a t-shirt that says I (heart) werewolves, with a little wolfs head in the heart. I had to have it.
    • CommentAuthorpixiedust
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2010
    Page 4 ~ THE PRETTY !!!!!!!

    Go Alice go!
  1.  (7839.43)
    excellent fare. 'ey up wanker' will be echoing in my meatspace all week.
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2010
    In the real world(TM) people get spikes through their brains and don't die. Sometimes they don't have much effect--sometimes muchly. Brain damage would explain a lot. If it didn't kill him, would his brain heal completely? If the powers come from the brain, it could explain the new power. Maybe it's not die and power up, maybe it's get brain damage from a spike or drowning and power up when the brain heals.
    • CommentTimeMar 7th 2010
    I'm guessing that this is the moment when Luke suddenly teleports, which causes Alice and Jack to shoot each other by mistake.
  2.  (7839.46)
    Interesting note: in Episode 10, it is clear that while Kirk and Karl both had a role in planning to kill Mark, only Karl was actually involved in striking Mark.
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2010
    It's awfully hard to feel sorry for someone who turns ordinary people into disposable assassins to suit his own interests.
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2010
    Okay, so I've pretty much derived the meaning of "ey up" from context, but what exactly is that bit of slang?
  3.  (7839.49)
    It's kinda regional.
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2010
    I figured as much, but does it have any meaning past some sort of "hey you" sort of thing? Is it an insult, or just a general attention-getter?
  4.  (7839.51)
    Not really, more like just "hey" I think, usually used as an amiable greeting, which I guess makes it slightly more amusing followed by an insult.
    • CommentTimeMar 8th 2010
    k. Thanks much!
    • CommentAuthorthud
    • CommentTimeMar 10th 2010
    How long before The Committee To Kill Mark reviews "lessons learned" and the new resolution is passed to separate his body from his head next time?
    Seems like the only thing that might work.
  5.  (7839.54)
    Mark's really the Highlander wearing the real mark's body like a suit.
    • CommentAuthorthud
    • CommentTimeMar 11th 2010
    First off, that's a different story.
    But what if that suit doesn't FIT anymore, because its way too short?
    Are you saying that he'd just find another suit (borrow it from someone less deserving?)
  6.  (7839.56)
    If the suit doesn't fit, just hack the feet off and hope no one notices?
    (God I'm having wierd images in my head of a combo highlander/silence of the lambs/ freak angels thing. I think I just disturbed myself.)
    -I think I have far too much imagination for my own good.
    • CommentAuthorCassius
    • CommentTimeMar 12th 2010
    Holy shit. I've never hated a comic book character before.