thant's right, page 200... and Teddy speaks up for his dad.
The goodies that will becoming your way over the next few days include a short comic that's the prologue for HF, and some full color remakes of old pages, so keep your eyes peeled. I'll add alink to to the prologue on the front page and announce in the news any remade pages as I post them. [edit, link to prologue up on the home page, and a redone page 6 posted]
re Angelzora: I saw *joy* I need to start hanging around the forums more consistantly again.
re xXTheMadHatterXx: but teddy doesn't agree.
re Wowfreak2011: l tend to give joan the veiws that seem the most consistant with readers. Drake and Teddy's backgrounds are a bit too alien to make them useful in that respect.
re ivegotbrains..doyou?: well meaining and popular, but prehaps not entirely effective.
re amiko_16: ^_^
re 2SkyDragon: I realy like the setting in the wagon with the lighting and cramped conditions, even if the details are hell to draw every time.
re sarall: I think the page has raised Joan's popularity immensly.
re Neko with a Katana: well, Joan's the only one with the personality to give a talking to someone in this instance.
re Imola: actualy Drake's probably thinking more along the lines of "oh god, there she goes again"
re TheoryMage: well, he knowa what he did was wrong and doesn't know what to do now.
re dirtsa: standing up for Teddy seems to be winning Joan plenty of brownie points with readers.
re stevebarns: at least untill she's stalled by the very person she thinks she's defending.
re tricorn5: well, I guess you get and anwser to each. Ted sides with his dad, and Drake...continues to nap.
re tRickityHouses: aww, pity the poor guy, he had one hell of a choice to make.
re axielouise: well, he had to break the silence somehow, although even Ted standing up for him doesn't seem to be releiving the guilt.
re kasi: out of the group, Joan has to be the more idealistic, and that can lend itself to larger than nessasary outbursts.
re Jinny: it's supposed to be cramped, with a low ceiling. It is essentialy an entire family's living space cramed into a wagon.
re BatsAreFlyingRats: eventualy we'll get around to Teddy's transformation, but for now the conversation is awkward enough that people aren't going to bring it up. (hurah 3D-ness, good luck)
re Mr.Blackbird: I'm scrambling to keep ahead of updates and homework, so I'm avoiding games for a while.
re Onasaki: oop, but Teddy then goes and thwarts her rant.
re Doodlebot: a little kid with a hugely guilty conscience.