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  1. Xeiran commented on Endtown about 1 month ago

    An alternate reality finding no sign of a virus/disease, and people from alternate realities not being subject to the effects of said disease, does not mean there is no disease. That said, it does suggest something very unique about this particular earth’s inhabitants, who might indeed be the only ones susceptible to said disease.

  2. Xeiran commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    I’m with others, she’s a young Kirbee, she’s even dressed the same (yes that shouldn’t matter in reality, but comic artists almost never deviate from a single outfit per character, and Neathery has never shown any proclivities to be different in that regard).

  3. Xeiran commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    Same comment as others are starting to voice – where are Wally, Kirbee and Chic? Last we saw them was when Holly gave birth to her stillborn fish baby (April 11). Before that it was plainly obvious they were spectating, as we got more commentary from them than from the flashback, yet after that they vanished entirely…

  4. Xeiran commented on Endtown 6 months ago

    Seeing Holly as her anthro self in this strip, it’s kind of hard to tell what’s actual past reality as projected by the Dittos, and what’s “creative license” as evidenced by food that can be eaten and “Lyn” being aware of the other observers.

  5. Xeiran commented on Endtown 6 months ago

    On the other hand if both her and the baby turned anthro at the same time, with her struggling to give birth and save the baby before it suffocated, I guess that might explain the tipping point for her sanity…

  6. Xeiran commented on Endtown 6 months ago

    Congratulations on a truly dystopian strip… but… where’s the umbilical cord? If the baby turned into a fish in utero and disconnected from the umbilical at that point, then presumably it died very shortly thereafter. Still horrifying to give birth to a fish/baby in that case, but at least she didn’t kill it trying to get it to the tub.

  7. Xeiran commented on Endtown 8 months ago

    Great visuals, but difficult to believe. With a mutated pilot that plane should be doing a nosedive – unless it’s on autopilot, in which case nobody would ever know until it ran out of gas – and then did a nosedive.

  8. Xeiran commented on Endtown 9 months ago

    Joshua, you’re misinterpreting the text. Wally is saying he can remember all too well, and wishes he could forget.

    Stacked neighborhoods as depicted make no sense if flying cars are readily available; Hillside would have to be bigger than Tokyo (the biggest metroplex in the world right now) to economically justify building suburbia levels like that. A huge megastructure (like Jetsons, Bladerunner or Star War’s Corruscant) makes more sense.

  9. Xeiran commented on Endtown 9 months ago

    @Diat60, the 10 years most likely just refers to how much time it would have taken to pay off the debt without the windfall, assuming they lived within their means – and living in “Kashmere Acres” sounds like where they would have had to move to be able to live within their (previous) means. Also must agree with @Wabbit, being poor is no fun socially or financially, but being poor and in serious debt is also an enormous mental burden, much greater than being poor with little or no debt.

  10. Xeiran commented on Endtown 9 months ago

    Folks were asking whether this was the “future” or not… Panel 1 of today’s strip clearly shows flying cars down below, which means the diner is located quite a ways up in a high rise building. Even the decor is distinctly diner-ish, Denny’s or such, and as seen, many people pay before eating, so this is evidently an “all-you-can-eat” buffet style diner. Yet I’ve never heard of an “affordable” diner-style eatery being located 20+ stories up in a high rise building – those spots are typically taken by well-heeled businesses that can afford the view. So either this is a very exclusive diner (not), or this is indeed far enough in the future that even a Denny’s can afford the view high up in a high rise building.