2005-12-27: Evil Is Sublime
The ink on this one (and on Friday's) is a bit blobby because I jabbed myself in the thumb with the pen nib, bending it a bit (and making me bleed profusely) and I didn't have any more nibs handy.
Things are going to be a bit different in the new year, if not immediately: updates will happen more frequently, and stuff. That is all.
ALSO I screwed up the second panel. Rabid is supposed to ask why they are afraid of the SUN not the NIGHT. That is a weird mistake to have made.
This comic is in the storyline:
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[[Rabid and Dr Quickly watch television.]] <<sounds of violent action>> <<the speech of evil creatures>> Rabid: Why do trolls and other evil creatures fear the night [sic: should be "sun"] so? Dr Quickly: They are mostly water! Rabid: Aren't we, too? Dr Quickly: Yes, but whereas we are liquid water, their evil nature boils them into steamy and easily sublimated rage; the sun's heat exacerbates the situation... Dr Quickly: This is why a thunderstorm -- caused by clouds piling from pressure waves -- presages evil. The steam changes weather patterns! Dr Quickly: No villian, however cold, lacks a core of boiling rage! [[He holds up a book which reads in part: "The abominable snowman's firey heart is used to heat the homes of the mountain dwelling" &c.]] [[Noel has a teakettle on her head, steaming.]] Henchdude: Oh, hey, oh boss! My tea can be made now, yay! Noel Mauvais: Sigh...
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