Alicka

Green Darkness Free

"We felt like lost pieces, and they kept us in another puzzle box. Being wrong pieces, we cannot always fit in. It is important to realize that this is not our puzzle. Trying to force the piece to fit is a ridiculous effort, unnecessary, tiring. We should create our own puzzle from what we actually have: just one piece... Make it fit our own puzzle, piece by piece, just as the primitive original cell continued dividing until it created an entirely new organism... Invest in the process. Why try to fit in a place which is not ours? We'll only succeed provided we comply with who we are." --Max Steiner

Recent Comments

  1. 10 days ago on Endtown

    Yes, eyes becoming small and blank is rarely, if ever, a good sign. And if the pupils vanish altogether — CLEAR OUT! If you can.

  2. about 1 month ago on Endtown

    If the topsiders eventually descended upon Endtown, they might find that there was little if anything left to destroy, if the current proceedings continue unchecked:

    http://www.gocomics.com/endtown/2013/05/16

    I think most would be happy to see Doc proven wrong, including Doc.

  3. about 1 month ago on HUBRIS!

    The Bespoke Bloke, as I call him? Yep.

  4. 9 months ago on Endtown

    Fear not, let cartoon biology take care of it.

  5. 10 months ago on HUBRIS!

    As I had mentioned on the main site, the first time I recall seeing Hubris’s surname was when he dreamed about his father (following the Dub-Cthula melee), and ‘Draussen’ appeared among the tags. That, and this strip, are the only times that I remember it appearing. (And no, I don’t remember anyone on the main site catching its meaning, including me.) One day I’ll go through the whole enchilada once again to see if there are any other instances that I missed.

  6. 11 months ago on Endtown

    Or “I’m just being friendly” as a rationalization for said boorish and menacing behavior. Even more disgusting is how they try to twist the situation and try to paint their would-be victim as the bad guy and themselves as the injured parties. But that’s typical of bullies who get all butthurt and turn into WATBs when they pick on someone who retaliates. (“Mom, he hit me back!”)

  7. 12 months ago on Lost Side of Suburbia

    New story from Kory:

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    The Cat that Broke the Internet’s Back

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    http://www.funbrain.com/books/thecatthatbroketheinternetsback/index.html  

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    Merry Christmas!

  8. about 1 year ago on HUBRIS!

    I often think that it’s Lowell who should have been named Hubris.

  9. about 1 year ago on HUBRIS!

    There have actually been a few instances where Kelly has appeared without shades, though they’re spaced apart over several years, so it’s easy to forget that you’ve seen them (assuming that you’ve been reading from the beginning).

  10. about 1 year ago on [Deleted]

    I’m among those who like it, though I’m partial to my own variant, ‘banana-whip nuts,’ because it sounds like a dessert, which maybe I’ll have to invent — assuming it doesn’t already exist, if not under that name.