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  1. rickD GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 1 day ago

    Figurative, not fiurative…dang fingers, dang tablet..

  2. rickD GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 1 day ago

    If we are in Wally’s head, and this is a vision, then the images could be fiurative…representations. Eye on string =some kind of “spirit guide”. Red humanoid blobs perhaps victims of some kind of infection (moral?); and the riders are people fighting the infection. Maybe? Not “good against evil”…just people against “that which would consume them”. Maybe? We will eventually find out.

  3. rickD GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 4 days ago

    Zero guns appear to have two lenses. Are the riders carrying first-generation zero guns—portable, but not very? The pistol handhelds were maybe not developed yet. In the past somewhere, since missiles are still flying. Figure she’s leading the mob (and not being chased) because they aren’t shooting.

  4. rickD GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 4 days ago

    This is all probably in Wally’s mind, where hours can pass during minutes of “real” time. We last saw Wally and the group safe, so Wally’s actual body(and the rest of the group)are probably still safe.

  5. rickD GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 9 days ago

    If the balls are souls, maybe the eye is a…“guide” that will allow Wally to see other lives in the past, present, future. Perhaps like the Christmas spirits in Dickens’ story.

  6. rickD GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 9 days ago

    I’ve never heard of a “seeing-eye cat” before. Dogs…yes, but cats?

  7. rickD GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 15 days ago

    I felt that we had a hint of something really bad existing in the Endtownverse…something sentient that “isn’t very nice”. Marx can do uncommon things but is relatively benign. No reason something “else” couldn’t have the same access (but maybe not so nice).I’ve come to trust Aaron’s writing in this strip over the years, and am content to see what happens. Apparently some folks prefer to have things spelled out for them in their fiction and like clear definitions up front. I prefer to let Aaron tell the story at his own pace. Everything so far has made sense in the context of the strip…though sometimes it takes a while for the knowledge to come. I’m enjoying the ride.

  8. rickD GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 16 days ago

    I had guessed that something had entered Jim, making him the “Jim-thing” I kept talking about. When I read the newletter, was happy to see I was at least partly right.

  9. rickD GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 16 days ago

    This looks like the crossroads, where living and dead minds can talk. Maybe sleeping minds can visit. Marx visits when he wants. Wally might have been pulled there. And other things besides Marx might travel and speak there.

  10. rickD GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 19 days ago

    Wally does carry guilt when he causes someone’s death…but he didn’t kill anyone in Unity. Jim/thing started the fire; and either he/it or Sarah (well, not Wally, anyway) killed the nursery. Belicac fell on the broken bottle on his own. As for the last group. When Sarah pronounced her death sentence for the “Wally Group”(including Kirbee), not a single voice was raised in protest. Wally was forced to call the dittoes to him, and that was that. The only violence I can think of is Wally beating the crap out of Belicac…twice. Hee…hee