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Liberty Meadows by Frank Cho

Liberty Meadows

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  1. Love_LSoS GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 8 days ago

    @cathybowers: Agreed about what Littlecatfeet said, we have become a family. We are here for support.

    btw to LCF, I recognized the poem which you applied as your id, but my darling cat fell ill and died during the course of the story’s end. I also endured another personal loss, but, I just wanted to let you know, that beside your intelligent commentary, I also had a little smile when I saw your posts, thinking about my tiny puma.

  2. Love_LSoS GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 12 days ago

    Agreed about us being doubly treated!

    Kory is a master!

  3. Love_LSoS GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 12 days ago

    Hi Cor Blymie,

    I apologize; I haven’t been able to access the internet for a while.

    Regarding Mrs. Mushpit asking Emmett about the open garage door, I do wonder, did they inhabit their human bodies, and new world, so much that it was something in the back of her mind, because she became acclimated?

    Goodness knows that I’ve wondered about the status of the stove and coffe maker after leaving for a long trip…

  4. Love_LSoS GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 25 days ago

    Sukie,
    I’m so glad that you’ve been given the o.k. to start lifting, again.

    Big Hugs!

  5. Love_LSoS GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 25 days ago

    Glad you’re better!

  6. Love_LSoS GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 25 days ago

    For the Mushpits, I recognized it as their Allseer status shining through their unattractive physical forms.
    But, for Baba Yaga, I was less sure. She was a Taker, but she did try to help Heckbender save Goatsucker, plus relinquishing her alosyim to our little team of adventurers. Is that what made her Majestic? Did she return to her Allseer roots?
    Also, Cor B, thank you for your kind words about me worrying about when my opinions have been wrong. I have to admit, in rereading “The Bogey,” I cringe at some of my comments/opinions/guesses, though you’re right, we’ve all been right and wrong throughout the story.
    Oh, and you got it so right about an “explosion” (riot!) was going to happen at Slynderfell’s, way in advance.
    @littlecatfeet, you’re right about it being about the reader’s personal feelings, (like the ending of “The Giver”), but I was curious about other reader’s thoughts. I am always impressed by the intellect of the commentators.

  7. Love_LSoS GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 30 days ago

    Hi Gang,

    I reread “The Bogey,” again, including comments, and noticed something we haven’t commented about before. At least, I don’t remember seeing it.

    Correct me if I’m wrong about that.

    Anyway, When the Mushpits showed up, the were described as, “managing to pull off MAJESTIC.”

    When Baba Yaga left Heckbender’s cave, she was referred to as seeming “almost majestic.”

    What do you think? I have my own opinions, often wrong.

    Thanks, for your opinions. Miss you all!

  8. Love_LSoS GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 2 months ago

    Dear Sukiec, I’m so happy things are looking up for you. It sounds like you have found the doctor you need. Big Hugs!

  9. Love_LSoS GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 2 months ago

    Wishing you the best, Kory.

    It seems odd to me that so many bad movies are made when “The Bogey” seems destined for the big screen. Or, at the very least, print.

    Thank you again for the roller coaster ride, and if you start something on Kickstarter, you have a following.

  10. Love_LSoS GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 2 months ago

    I, too, would love “The Bogey” in print. I would gift it to my nieces and nephews. Plus, a copy for me!