Comic 258 - Whud
15th Jul 2015, 7:51 PM in Sleep
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I'm not sure if this looks too violent. It doesn't take much force to make a house wall go "WHUD".
User comments:
Hedrah (Guest) edit delete reply
Heheheheh, nah, looks just like a bit of fun.
wiseguy edit delete reply
But are they really okay?
Sheela edit delete reply
Yeah, they're just rough-housing a bit. :)
Dan (Guest) edit delete reply
What happened in panel 3? Your lines get all wonky.
RhinocerosGoggles edit delete reply
Perhaps that's the shiver of impact as Alis hits the floor. Or maybe it's a nervous response to pain, like flinching when someone pinches you.
Kevin Sevcik (Guest) edit delete reply
It almost has to be for effect to convert the impact. How else would you explain perfect calves in panel 2 and a jello right calf in panel 3?
Malcadon edit delete reply
Like I said before, that bitch does not learn!
cattservant edit delete reply
Thumpity bumpity bump!
Sheela edit delete reply
.. is how their hearts went. :)
LR (Guest) edit delete reply
She must have hit right on a stud. Ouch! If she hadn't, she'd be in the next room.
Bellar edit delete reply
That assumes the walls aren't solid. For all we know they could be poured concrete with a sheet rock facade.
Sheela edit delete reply
Most internal walls tend to be drywall or plaster though.
Misiek (Guest) edit delete reply
Suplex city!
eire1274 edit delete reply
"If I have to call a contractor to replace that dry-wall again, I'm gonna...!"
Shaylyn-KM edit delete reply
Ouch! Haha I guess noodlearms don't always win the fight
Sheela edit delete reply
Only because the person she was attacking, is able to use noodlearms as well !
Shaylyn-KM edit delete reply
Yeah, you know what they say about fighting noodlearms with noodlearms. Or was it fire...?
antrik (Guest) edit delete reply
The wall contact is OK; but the landing makes me really uneasy... This could easily result in paralysis I think :-(