Lost Side of Suburbia by Kory Merritt

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  1. waycyber

    waycyber said, about 1 year ago

    So, their bodies are fitting and convenient? The Mushpit’s bodies don’t look that way.

  2. Three Steps Over Japan

    Three Steps Over Japan said, about 1 year ago

    Mushpit: “Besides, they only feed on the weak and stupid. I mean, ‘pssht’ who else is going to be affected by a piper rat or a house made up of pure sugar…? Your species should be happy the remainders are actually doing something useful.”

  3. paha_siga

    paha_siga said, about 1 year ago

    @waycyber

    Do you have something against the author or what? You can’t surely be as stupid as to really misunderstand the last two or three sentences.

  4. The Nihilist

    The Nihilist said, about 1 year ago

    Don’t you simply love monologuing old women…

  5. waycyber

    waycyber said, about 1 year ago

    @paha_siga

    You can’t be used to my twisted sense of – for want of a better word – humour. I take things out of context, twist them, pun them, add a dash of sarcasm. It’s not having a go at Kory, Kory himself knows me better than that. English is just such a great language to play around. It allows me to come up with grate jokes – see what I did there?

  6. waycyber

    waycyber said, about 1 year ago

    @paha_siga

    I have nothing but admiration for Kory’s writing and drawing. He shows intelligence, imagination, inventiveness and great skill in all areas. The detail and humour in his works makes LSOS my must-see every day it is published, and has far eclipsed Pibgorn, a previous favourite of mine. He has also drawn together a significant corps of people who appreciate his work and whose comments range from the serious to the humorous. It is no wonder he is an award winner, and I am sure he is held in high regard by his students. Would that I had had an art teacher of his caliber.

  7. purpledog39

    purpledog39 said, about 1 year ago

    The beasties? Could Chupacabra be a beastie?

  8. waycyber

    waycyber said, about 1 year ago

    @purpledog39

    I suspect that it includes the huge number of Taker types in folklore around the world, of which the ones we have encountered are just a sample.

  9. jlbonnar

    jlbonnar said, about 1 year ago

    So Flimm is the baddest of the bad, and the only one left who the Mushpits consider a threat. Ok. Time to unleash the spiky baseball of death.

  10. Sisyphos

    Sisyphos said, about 1 year ago

    Mrs. Mushpit (as she calls herself) talks tough, but underneath the “Mean Grannie” exterior there beats a good heart. She will be a friend in the end (and also the more taciturn mister). Flimm is the common enemy. With the Mushpit’s knowledge, the team’s aylosium, and, yes, the not-to-be-scorned Spiky Baseball of Death, we shall be victorious!

  11. old1953

    old1953 said, about 1 year ago

    One of the nastiest folklore creatures would be the Krampus, the anti Santa Claus.

  12. crookedwolf

    crookedwolf GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    @Sisyphos

    “underneath the “Mean Grannie” exterior there beats a good heart”
    We’re not really sure what is underneath that mean exterior. She’s an Allseer. It could be a pulsing network of hemolymph and balloons..

  13. benklaz

    benklaz GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    Actually, those last four sentences sound somewhat ominous.

  14. waycyber

    waycyber said, about 1 year ago

    @crookedwolf

    Five dimensional glove puppets?

  15. ptvroman3

    ptvroman3 said, about 1 year ago

    @Sisyphos

    Mrs. Mushpit (as she calls herself) talks tough, but underneath the “Mean Grannie” exterior there beats a good heart. She will be a friend in the end (and also the more taciturn mister). Flimm is the common enemy.

    The enemy of my enemy is not necessarily my friend…..

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