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  1. over 3 years ago on Endtown

    I dunno, they definitely look like a maw opening up behind her to me.

  2. about 5 years ago on Endtown

    My guess is, unless the wolf who started the fire stole a vest and lost his cap, it’s him. I don’t think the woman who ran the laundry is the victim, since she ran away and likely found a hiding place for a while.

  3. about 5 years ago on Endtown

    The brawl between the wolves and the police is still going on in the last panel…

  4. over 5 years ago on Endtown

    Also of note: her chin is almost touching her right shoulder. The way she’s twisted around to look at the phone, her chin is not where it should be in relation to her shoulder in the reflection.

  5. over 5 years ago on Endtown

    Except that non-mirror lady is looking over her shoulder. Her head is completely turned away from the mirror. We should only be seeing the side of her face reflected. Not both eyes. Her head and right shoulder are twisted back and away from the mirror. It doesn’t look so in the reflection.

  6. over 5 years ago on Endtown

    To clarify: mirror-pig-lady isn’t looking at mirror-phone. She’s looking at “real-world” phone. If she were looking at mirror-phone, she’d be turned away from the viewer, not looking past “real world” pig-lady

  7. over 5 years ago on Endtown

    Is it just me or is it weird that the mirror-image is looking at the same phone that the character is looking at? Wouldn’t the mirror image be looking back and to the right of the panel…?

  8. over 5 years ago on [Deleted]

    Fly them out of the range of the topsiders, find food with the help of the dittos (that would have more than enough emotional energy to be calm), and generally have enough space to not be crowded. It’s a deus ex machina for sure (Interdementiional ex machina?) but it would help the Endtowners survive—easy transportation once the food has dried up in an area, possibility of scouting for non-destroyed land, etc. The ship wouldn’t have to hold hostages to keep its power up. win/win for endtown and the ship.

  9. over 5 years ago on Endtown

    That’s… really selfish (and stupid) of Holly. They could have used the ship to save both themselves and Endtown. The dittos would have stopped going mad with enough emotional energy and they literally could have disappeared from the ever searching topsiders. I can’t get over how absolutely foolish Holly is being. She’s taking a literal illusion over the reality of being able to save hundreds of people who she KNOWS. This isn’t just about her and Wally anymore. She wanted to save Clyde so badly, and yet when handed the opportunity to do something, save people, on a silver platter, she denies it and instead strands Wally, Chic, and Kirby in the middle of nowhere with no direction. Unless she is going off to save Endtown right now, she’s really being horrible.

  10. over 5 years ago on Endtown

    Oh wow, only just saw the comment about your health. Get well soon!!!! Sending good vibes your way.