I don’t think I’ve ever come across a “funny animal” comic as serious and heartbreaking as this one. You look at the characters and expect them to get into silly gags, but nothing could be further from the truth. It’s a surreal adventure that is as fascinating as it is unsettling.
Oh dang….and my questions are answered, too!
How on earth does the author write a solution to this into the plot? This is probably one of the most surreal “comics” I’ve read in a long time. It then begs the question: if one’s partly enraptured by the “snap”, they don’t feel pain? What happens to the part of the body that is caught in the wall? Is the person still able to feel that body part, or is it numb? I have so many questions.
There is no way this is gonna happen.
I really, really hope Aaron doesn’t give us the bad ending with these two. This comic series can get quite dark despite its cartoony nature. Partly what draws me to it, but man, I don’t want to see these kids gets snapped.
I’ve seen some nightmarish visuals in this comic. Would you believe this scenario is the one that scares me the most?
Very much so, though I appreciate the new format that Aaron is using. Easier to read and more frequent.
Much better with the two pages. Everything is clear to read, and I’m glad to see the artwork as polished as it is here.
Tried clearing cache but the older version still exists
I think we all agree that today’s strip is mangled. Aaron – can you post this full comic in an additional location? Perhaps GoComics is doing this, but that does you no favors if you spent all that time rendering what your readers can’t make out.