Comic 241 - Drive By
18th May 2015, 2:12 AM in B+
Drive By
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Boogie Woogie.
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Guest (Guest) edit delete reply
But, Mooooom
cattservant edit delete reply
cattservant
some practical advice
Random (Guest) edit delete reply
I don't run, but I like rain and can howl. Can we walk howling through the park?
Sheela edit delete reply
Sheela
What, without the rain ?

Outrageous!
Bellar edit delete reply
Bellar
Mom shows up and everything turns grayscale again; theory time! Water isn't the only thing needed for color, but "fun" seems overly broad, so what's the other conditional? Romance? Lightheartedness?
The Paleontologist edit delete reply
I noticed that too! I think maybe water is a part of it, but maybe the mood has something to do with it. I think her mother showing up kind of halted the fun.
The Real Alis Ma (Guest) edit delete reply
MOOM, we were going to run around in the rain laughing! I was going to get to first base!
Jst56strong edit delete reply
Jst56strong
Second panel might be one of the prettiest things you have done in a while.

Also Just curious on this one. How many readers are like me and read every page as they come out but don't really comment often or at all? What are your unique views like nowadays if you don't mind me asking?
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view
Pretty crap. This is not one of my popular stories, and it's not helped by my slow pace.
Bellar edit delete reply
Bellar
I guess Space Pulp was a hard act to follow as a slice-of-life comic, but it's still pretty nice. Makes me wonder how you'll bring the story to a close given that Sean doesn't seem into Alis, and there isn't much life-drama to resolve even with scholastic trouble brewing. If nothing else, it's another glimpse of the NMtG world, so the near-future stuff is pretty cool.
Sheela edit delete reply
Sheela
Interestingly, while Space Pulp did do pretty well, I got the impression that Never Mind The Gap did even better, and that was kind of a slice-of-life comic too. I'm thinking some conceptual ideas are simply more popular than others.

Or am I completely off my rockers here ?
The Paleontologist edit delete reply
I love that blue! I've really grown to like strong eye colours, especially since reading Space Pulp :)