New Comics Every Weekday - Written by T Campbell & Phil Kahn - Illustrated by John & Jason Waltrip
Last panel: Chick, you look creepy as hell.
And she wants everyone else to look just as creepy too.
Just what I was thinking. Really pointy ears, sorta long goatee, that grin (however forced)… It’s Merletopheles!
overly attached clericfriend?
Why so serious?
“Do you know how I got these scars?”
“Yeah, I was there when you did that training thing with Frigg.”
If you were smiling around that many corpses you’d look creepy too
Does everyone in Arkerra abandon a weapon in each enemy they kill? There’s a pretty wide variety of usable polearms, swords, and axes sticking out of those bodies.
It’s totally a nitpick, but it is a little weird.
…where else would the undead get their weapons when they rise from their grave and start shambling about? I mean, when was the last time you saw an /unarmed/ skeleton or zombie in a fantasy world!
I think those are most likely the weapons of the slain.
from the barbed shape and the fact they look metally, I’m guessing those are the weapon of the dead. don’t forget they’re currently cleaning the attleground of all the corpses
it’ not like they’re just gonna despawn. XD
Well, not Refuse. More like Obsolete. Maybe Beta?
She is adorable when she’s not Frigging out.
Looks hella disgruntled in the penultimate panel, though. That should be a Gravatar.
Someone just got righteously tossed into the friend zone.
I dunno, she still seems a little smiten
Maybe we should start calling E-Merl to E-Mo after this page.
The juggling is over, now only pantomiming
So which chapter does Rachel die in again?
Chapter Never, I hope.
Killing off characters just for dramatic effect is a bad habit, and I’ll have nun of it.
Joss say “No” to killing off major characters!
The leaf you save just might be your own.
Yeah, leaf Rachel alone!
Bah, that’s what I get for not refreshing before posting. I wind up missing the point.
thats a lie and we both know it
Somebody – possibly TWO somebodies – could profit from the vigourous application of a clue-by-four.
Wood they plank you for the not-so-subtle hint?
Hopefully their response would have a mature timber.
Incidentally, I am now somewhat terrified by the thought of Guilded Age planking.
How would that even work?
see all them corpses lying about?
E-merl. Man. You missed the bliss of kissing the miss! She wasn’t gonna resist!
Don’t diz the wiz, man – he knows hiz biz.
Remember, you’re nev-ver fully dressed without a S-M-I-L-E!
Smile, darn ya, smile!
You know this old world is a great world after all!
What does E-Merl say, in the third panel ?
I just can’t figure it out.
He says “This one right here?”
He thinks he could have done more in the fight, despite what Rachel’s saying. That’s all.
Unless you mean his garbled “This one right here?”
…That was supposed to be a reply to A random human. Smooth.
Which random human?
Sigh. No more ‘Will they or wont they?’ Please.
There kind of is more important things to do right now.
Nooooooo, I don’t think so. There’s going to be more “WTOWT?” – lots more.
Because we love it.
panel 2 is drawn epic
zero… my hero.
Now that you gave a lil’ extra rhymin’ luv to zero, you gotta do it for the rest of your admirers!
But don’t say “biggmac is a jiggy wac”.
not only a rhyme, but a trope, AND an unintentional reference to the Slender Man Mythos
and an intentional reference to School House Rock!
I want to commend the artwork on panel 3. That look on his face is beautiful. It captures a mixture of emotions so complex I can’t find words to describe them.
I think I need more coffee.
Thank you, Connie. Drawing subtle emotions on faces is hard enough, but when the face is tilted down(or up, or some other odd angle), it’s even harder. Thanks again.
enjoy your coffee.
Im more curious about who the hell made a standard for juggling that there even is a technical view for it…
Damn it. Now Im picturing drill sergeants shouting at clowns trying to keep live grenades in the air.
You should see my friend Phil Johnson aka Moonie – http://youtu.be/8JSs6PWMMTE Now there is a technical juggler…
I imagine technical juggling includes not dropping the balls. I think E-merl dropped one or two of those “balls”. In the enemy’s face.
When i was in college there was a computer science professor who juggled. He had written a paper on the parallels between juggling and some programming subject, which i can’t remember just now. He had a club called SIG-Juggle.
I have, occasionally juggled professionally for proper money. You can juggle “well” or “badly” while doing exactly the same things. Good juggling should (in general) look effortless, fluid. You don’t want to snatch at the catches or scrabble to fit things in. Ideally, you should make it look like the whole thing is really easy.
If you’re good, you can mesmerise your audience even with only three balls.
Dammit sir! Not another scene where our “comic” characters speak and act like people with hearts and souls.
Attention Rachel: There is a whole nation here of people who are just desparate for religious reassurance. Now’s your chance for some easy converts.
Are you suggesting she should take up a mission from God? Guess it’s time to get rollin’, rollin’, rollin’.
Oh, crat. Emerl? That guy? Well… He always looked a bit goofy to me until this page. Now he’s… ummm… I say we should cast David Tennant as Emerl in the live action adaptation of Guilded Age.
Oh, crat, again. That takes me out of the running for the role of Syr’Ng and contesting firmly for Rachel. Ah, well. It’s a funny old business.
Man, I should really look up what tennant’s been up to since doctor who…
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