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Little Dog Lost by Steve Boreman

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  1. Cor Blymie GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia about 8 hours ago

    I just knew that this would happen again, though I didn’t expect it to be quite so soon! That said, I’ve almost become used to it by now, with the understanding that other projects must take priority, at least for now. Certainly I will be back, though I never really leave, because even during breaks I check in every day for incoming comments; I’ve said before that they are just as worth reading as are the stories. So for now, we’ll see you in September when we see you.

  2. Cor Blymie GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia about 9 hours ago

    Who knows, maybe Ava will be at the front of the queue! And she is certainly not the only venomous creature within the swamp. But don’t forget Halfrock’s most dangerous inhabitant, one who may not produce venom of his own, but wields a venomous blade. I suspect that there will be a great deal of knife-play somewhere down the road, and the West Bleekport gang possesses a lot of knives. And when that happens, you can bet that Blyme will be feeling very cheery.

  3. Cor Blymie GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia about 9 hours ago

    Not too hard to pick out Malgorth’s “more devious followers” — which is to say, the only one who is conspicuously not gobsmacked by the soul squasher’s formidable ability to pack a punch. While Gouger may possess the qualities lacking in the other orcks, I sensed that he had his own motivations in linking up with Malgorth, and that feeling has only been strengthened. What if anything he is scheming I can only guess, but one thing I’m sure of is that he could seriously challenge Malgorth’s authority. It’ll certainly be interesting to see how this develops.

  4. Cor Blymie GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 4 days ago

    Another Phantom Cruiser sighting, this time on the outhouse door.

  5. Cor Blymie GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 5 days ago

    Yesterday I was completely at a loss as to who the mystery man might be, and so refrained from the usual guessing games. Besides, who was to say that it couldn’t be someone who hadn’t yet appeared? And sure enough, there’s a new sheriff in town. (No, not literally, but, well, you know.) Yes, given the recurring characters throughout LSoS, it’s fun to try and predict who might turn up again. But that could easily get a little too predictable; fond as I am of the familiar characters, I also like to see an infusion of fresh blood as well (though not too much of the literal kind).

    Recently I said that maybe Malgorth’s plans would go south in Skud, and maybe I wasn’t too far off after all. With the debut of Rongo, it sure looks as if things are going — west. (It’s just too easy sometimes.) Whatever happens next, I do hope that he sticks around for a while, and that, unlike the hapless Hunter Devine, he has a more significant role to play, as opposed to being little more than orck fodder.

    Oh, and another beautifully rendered double panel. Cool!

  6. Cor Blymie GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 6 days ago

    Underhanded? Oh, I think not. Funny how those who are accustomed to crushing others unopposed think that it’s just not fair when someone can successfully battle them on their own terms. And those without the benefit of brute strength have every right to employ whatever means necessary to repel an attacker, because turnabout is fair play — a concept that bullies of all stripes invariably having trouble grasping.

  7. Cor Blymie GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 6 days ago

    You were much quicker on the uptake than I was. And I should have caught on right away, because the Phantom Cruiser has made several appearances in LSoS:

    November 14, 2010

    December 8, 2010

    November 17, 2011

    March 2, 2011

  8. Cor Blymie GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 7 days ago

    Though that sounds plausible, you would still have to ask why it took so long for Malgorth to sire a son. I mean, who would have the — er, vitals — to do likewise to him? At least in the present; he might well have endured such treatment when he was much younger and unable to defend himself.

    As for Gouger, it also struck me that he could be a potential rival for Malgorth’s authority. Certainly that sly expression suggests that he may be up to something that could potentially derail Malgorth’s plans. But don’t forget about Kurtz; one should always be wary of those who crave power. I suspect that he will engage in machinations of his own, if he hasn’t already started. And I believe that at some point Malgorth will pay dearly for having underestimated Kurtz.

  9. Cor Blymie GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 7 days ago

    “No need for words.” Someone had asked a few weeks ago how Malgorth could navigate a map despite being unable to read. I had thought then that it was possible to read without the aid of place and landmark names if the details and overall draftsmanship were excellent. So this just confirms it, though I hadn’t anticipated that Malgorth would possess considerable talent and skill in this area. That, and his unexpectedly subdued reaction to Smoocher’s comments, makes matters even more interesting.

  10. Cor Blymie GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 8 days ago

    I just realized that there’s a familiar landmark on Malgorth’s map (above and slightly to the left of the horned skull):



    There’s also what looks like some kind of creature on the map’s lower right. Though I couldn’t figure it out at first, I now believe that it’s the Trekkledoon Gilogorgo.