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Wow! The artwork on Widdershins started off very good and has steadily improved! Remarkable! This action sequence is amazing! Thank you, Kate Ashwin!
Isn’t everything Tim’s fault?
I do what Cheapskate0 suggests, not because I’m annoyed by misdated comics (I’m not, and this isn’t the only comic where that happens—see Bad Machinery for the past week or so) but because I don’t bother to check my emails every day.
In an ideal world, Endtown would still be five days a week as it was in the beginning and Aaron Neathery would be healthy and well paid for his fine work. But this isn’t an ideal world so I’ll be content with what there is. Except I wish I had money to pay him for it.
She wiped that smile right off his face!
And I’m glad Charlotte sees and will follow. Two is better than one.
Alley Oop and Oscar Boom have been to Atlantis in 1946. Considering what happened, why would he want to go back?
Actually, this could tie in to the ambiguous climax of this Tracy story if the “camera” pulls back tomorrow and there, sitting with the actors but not seen by them, is Doc.
I enjoy Thornton Wilder’s plays Our Town and (even more) The Skin Of Our Teeth, but they really must be seen performed. Quotes in a comic strip don’t do the job.
This is the graveyard in act three of Our Town and these are the dead people. It can work very well on stage. Doesn’t seem to work so well in a comic strip.
Glad to see the time platform or whatever it’s called still looks pretty much the same. Mr. Lemon is giving us surprisingly good art, considering the limited space he has to work with. Good job!