Endtown by Aaron Neathery


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  1. Salen Stormwing

    Salen Stormwing said, 2 days ago

    Yeah, how much of a human being do you need to retain before you stop being human? Pretty sure being a plasticized brain without a body is a good indication you’re not human, or alive.

  2. Furlips

    Furlips said, 2 days ago

    Well, now we see what’s driving Holly. Obviously the Milk trial, then the “eat the non-lizard babies” pushed her over the edge.

  3. Robert Nowall

    Robert Nowall GoComics PRO Member said, 2 days ago

    You could cut him open and take out every part that isn’t brain…

  4. CatButts

    CatButts said, 2 days ago

    The casserole is spoiled..

  5. rickD

    rickD GoComics PRO Member said, 2 days ago

    Holly failed to protect someone “alive and helpless” sometime during the disaster-and losing her baby has really put a weight on Holly. This could even explain her caregiving personality back in Endtown. The Doc made comments that showed Wally wasn’t Holly’s first “adoption”.

  6. Gildedtongue

    Gildedtongue said, 2 days ago

    Welp, there’s the ol’ crazy eyes…

  7. Tue Elung-Jensen

    Tue Elung-Jensen said, 2 days ago

    Pretty certain the brain – when activated – aknowledged itself as being a thing.

  8. Jelliqal

    Jelliqal said, 2 days ago

    The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.

  9. Coffee-Turtle

    Coffee-Turtle said, 2 days ago

    @Jelliqal Jelliqal said, 13 minutes ago

    The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.
    Well put!

    @rickD – thanks for the background. that makes some sense. Can anyone link me up to the time Holly was pregnant and how she lost the baby?


  10. bscruffy

    bscruffy said, 2 days ago

    Fragile…very fragile…but this is Holly’s consistent mantra: better to die true to ideals than become the monsters that surround you. Its going to take more than reason to talk Holly out of this one.

  11. cheapskate0

    cheapskate0 said, 2 days ago

    Many of you have mentioned Clive having a radio beacon or something like that. While not yet totally confirmed, we now know that Wally is thinking the same thing.
    But we’re also given a touching reason for why Holly seems to be so unreasonable.
    While it is no secret that I have grown terribly impatient with Holly of late, she has one heck of a point: “We protect the helpless, don’t we?”
    Stephanie! Stephanie! Number Five is alive! Number Five is alive!
    Holly! Holly! Clive is alive! Clive is alive!
    Pardon me. I must have a short circuit somewhere…

  12. Three Steps Over Japan

    Three Steps Over Japan said, 2 days ago


    We don’t have that information yet. We do know that when Holly first came to Endtown, she was an emotional mess and spent a lot of time sitting on top of the clock tower. And, after the Milk Trial ended, she ran back to the top of the tower, told Wally she’d “lost the baby” and then tried to commit suicide by jumping off the tower. Beyond that, we’re missing details. We don’t know what happened to her before coming to Endtown, although there have been hints that when she was human, she and her boyfriend witnessed an early mutant monster and may have been confined by Apex soldiers as a result. We don’t know whose baby it was or when in happened (many people here think it was Wally’s, during the Milk Trial, but there’s been no proof of that, either. I think it happened before she arrived at Endtown, which is why she was such a mess.) Holly also witnessed Flask kill the young mutant monster (Sandy) when Holly had been trying to help it, which may be adding to the problem.

  13. Three Steps Over Japan

    Three Steps Over Japan said, 2 days ago

    Is Holly facing an onset of schism syndrome?

  14. notus

    notus said, 2 days ago

    …….molly is a hypocrite

    she wanted to ditch kirbee because she thinks shes helpless out there and shell die / get people around her killed and now refuses to leave that brain behind

  15. Darwinskeeper

    Darwinskeeper said, 2 days ago

    The point Wally needs to make to Holly is that Clive would be better off with the Top Siders than with them. The Top Siders may be monsters but they are monsters that are likely to plug Clive back into a PT so that he can resume the life he enjoys. This little band of wanderers lacks the electricity needed to wake Clive up, let alone the tech needed for him to interact with this world. All they can do, and will probably be able to do is “protect” him.

    Hmmm… I wonder if Kirbee may be the one who makes this argument to Holly.

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