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  1. Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner commented on Endtown about 1 month ago

    If there is a Holly on the other side, given what happened with Flask and there being two Aarons at the end, I’m going to be stuck wondering of the original Holly was left behind all alone or if she too made the trip.

  2. Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner commented on Endtown 2 months ago

    Don’t leave the tail behind – think steak dinner (precooked!).

  3. Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    Say “Ahhh”!

  4. Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner commented on Endtown 4 months ago

    Definitely a case of No deposit, no return (unless you’re into lizard zombies).

  5. Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner commented on Endtown 5 months ago

    I don’t recall there being any mutants shown other than former humans.

    If my memory is correct, what did happen to all the animals?

  6. Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner commented on Endtown 5 months ago

    Maybe she’s buzzed from a lack of oxygen from the rope having been around her neck?

  7. Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner commented on Endtown 8 months ago

    I know that in this economy things are tight for many of us.
    And with the holiday bills about to hit, it’s hard to think of taking on any new obligations.

    But no matter how hard things are, I’m sure that everyone here can pledge at least $5 a month to help keep Aaron going.

    Or if it makes it easier for you, just think of it as the least you can do to help keep Endtown going.

    I am hard pressed to find either a harder working story teller or a better comic, so let’s all do what we can to make sure that Aaron can continue doing what he – and we – love.

  8. Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner commented on Endtown over 1 year ago

    Please give Aaron my best wishes – he is in my prayers.

  9. Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner commented on Endtown over 1 year ago

    If Jim’s equipment now resembles that of a raccoon, they may be having some “geometry problems” that they didn’t have to solve in High School.

  10. Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner commented on Endtown over 1 year ago

    It doesn’t need mutant healing to cure cancer, the transformation alone might do it

    Since mutation involves massive cellular change (to the point that one wonders how any memory is retained, other than IOAC), the mutation process itself is a likely candidate for removing any abnormal cells, such as cancer.

    For that matter, any issues of damaged organs or clogged arteries should also be fixed by the mutation transformation.

    In its most extreme case, it might even act as a bit of a fountain of youth, regenerating the body and its organs to a like-new condition.