In the original novel (1897), vampires aren’t hurt by sunlight. They’re weakened and lose their powers between sunrise and sunset, but sunlight itself won’t destroy them. The idea that sunlight will destroy vampires seems to come from Nosferatu (1922), but it’s since become accepted into our folklore.
If I’m not mistaken, I paid $4 per box last year.
I thought it was “Don’t follow leaders who watch the parking meters”, but Google says it’s “Don’t follow leaders, watch the parkin’ meters”.
I want to credit this strip with teaching me how to pronounce "hors d’oeuvre
When I was younger I didn’t understand a word of the first three panels. But now that I’m a bit more well-read, I finally know what they’re saying.
For the curious: Petruchio. What, with my tongue in your tail? Nay, come again,Good Kate; I am a gentleman.
All this time I thought Rip Van Winkle was just a figure of folktales, but apparently he was written by Washington Irving. Guess I learned something today.
Different styles for different feels. Basically, the smaller (chibi) form is used for more comedic purposes, whereas the more detailed, properly proportioned style is used as a general-purpose style.
I believe Osamu Tezuka did something similar, using the chibi style for more comedic moments in an otherwise serious work, like Buddha or Blackjack.
Actually, she’s an element of Harmony, specifically Truth.
On the bright side, you have plenty of food now :)