Pierre isn’t going anywhere for a LONG time.
Sedine has the spunk, Ellie has the, um….assets, but personally I think Charlene is overall the most attractive.
We should all be very supportive of this endeavor!
I’ve always wanted a follow-up to this one. I wonder if Reine feels bad the next morning, or if she makes it up to him. Norm looks terrified in panel #2, and so desperate for reassurance in #4. It feels….cruel of her to just leave it at that. Granted, I know no one likes being woken up to being groped, but given the circumstances I figured there must be more to the story.
I really love Norm 4.0, but there seems to be a distinct lack of romance between them. Kids don’t destroy all of it. I really hope the next morning Norm would apologize for the grope and Reine would apologize for the threat, but I haven’t seen enough tenderness between them in 4.0 to be confident that would happen.
Thanks for the fan service today, BeaR. I needed the pick-me-up.
….and close them!
See, I hope he does lose it. I’m WAY out on a limb here…..what if Hubbs NEEDS to get angry at “Al” in order to be able to grow a pair in front of Ellie?
I’d like to see one more “Hubbs freak out” before he finds out who Al really is, but I think it could be much more impactful if Hubbs is fuming at Al, so he has some ammo when Ellie reveals herself.
But naturally, however BeaR plans to do it will be far better than anything we think of.
All I DO know is that when they actually do get together, that little duplex is going to EXPLODE. Sedine and Sam may have to move. Or at least turn their TV up. :)
[I wish we could edit our posts, sorry for the multiposting.]
Actually, it’s September 21st that makes me believe that there IS an Endgame to all this somewhere down the road. There is still the big mystery to solve.
Personally, I think people changed because the higher-dimensional being of Neathery/Marx needed stories to tell.
Sept 19, 2916: https://www.gocomics.com/endtown/2016/09/19?ct=v&cti=1621572
To me it seems like everything that happens in Endtown is more-or-less normal. It’s up on the surface that the fantastical weirdness happens.
Whether or not we get back to older characters is going to be dependent on Neathery’s plan for the series (if he has one). Sure, he can tell new stories forever if he wants, with an almost new cast for all of them.
But if there is an Endgame for Endtown, certainly we’ll need to see some of the old players again. Maybe all of them. That’s my hope, anyways.