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  1. Purdey commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    Wow. I was wrong about the Buddibombs. The “smiling” face of the robot with the tray of drinks is a wonderful counterpoint to the monstrous Lyn. I can’t believe how much this story has “drawn me in.” I think I did yell “HOLLY RUN!” at the computer yesterday.

  2. Purdey commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    I think Lyn is mutating, and having worked for Apex may have seen it. I’m not sure about how the story of Lyn and Holly in the car fits, because it appears then, that they saw the final explosion. I think Apex has a bio weapon that got out of hand; just one mutant (on the plane) could spread it. And couldn’t a bio weapon mutate, like a flu virus does?
    I think Lyn is part of the dittos who made the illusion in the first place. He looks at Wally because he knows Wally has some “ditto control” experience.
    I’d forget about the buddibombs. I think Holly was returning them, we just never had them all in the panel so we could count all 12.

  3. Purdey commented on Endtown 11 months ago

    The readers are getting reasons to like Kirbee. And not like Holly as much. This shows good writing. Characters have all sorts of dimensions. Though I fear that the more we get to like and know Kirbee, the more we are being set up for her eventual martyrdom. There may be no Kirbee in the future because she will go out doing something great (but losing her life) to save the group. Tears ahead.

  4. Purdey commented on Endtown about 1 year ago

    It appears that the lead person is holding a board with a nail in it, like a rallying flag.

  5. Purdey commented on Endtown about 1 year ago

    I look at the hair and shape of the face, and see a younger, human version of Wally. (I still think it’s an Aaron Marx illusion though.)

  6. Purdey commented on Endtown about 1 year ago

    I remember seeing the trailer of the Abominable Dr. Phibes. You answer the phone, a long skewer gets you in the brain. That was the first thing I thought of when I saw Wally “bleeding.”

  7. Purdey commented on Peanuts Begins about 1 year ago

    Wildroot Cream Oil is sung to “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad.” And it was on Sam Spade.
    My Mom used to sing the Pepsi Cola one:
    Pepsi Cola
    Hits the Spot
    10 full ounces that’s a lot
    Twice as much for a nickel, too.
    Pepsi Cola is the drink for you.
    (Not sure about the ounces, might have been five.)
    My sister who was born 14 years before me, remembered old time radio in the early fifties. Mom and Dad liked Ma Perkins.

  8. Purdey commented on Endtown about 1 year ago

    I know time passes between panels and between days. I kept looking for the boxing gloves, lying somewhere. Wally took them off fast. There’s no reason Aaron had to draw them. I just kept looking for them. Not for long, though.

  9. Purdey commented on Ten Cats about 1 year ago

    L’elephant n’est pas dans un boa.

  10. Purdey commented on Peanuts Begins about 1 year ago

    Old time radio, such as Gunsmoke and Dragnet ran in the 1950s as well as their TV counterparts. So, Charlie Brown might be tuned into a radio show. I’m not sure what the last one to air was, but it was either Suspense or Johnny Dollar. Before my time, but fun to listen to online.