shoe-chucking is a highly underused form of rebuttal.
destroying the evidence because leaving bloody bandages in a swanky hotel is likely to raise some eyebrows. dragon blood's also got some pretty potent magical properties, so it's a bad idea to just leave it lying around.
story time again. Joan's following up on the last story. It's been a while, so if you want to look over the first part it starts on pg 203
re TheDemonDragonCat: no worries, all re-bandaged now.
re comic king: me too, Teddy's emo-ness is sort of a joke to me. Luckily whenever I get tired of him I can just have Drake stuff him in a closet.
re Onasaki: Emo vamps sort of a nnoy me, I sort of decided to make Teddy super cliche-emo beceuse I actualy find them a little silly. There will be slightly more functional vampires later.
re Imola: bingo, question time. As for the closet, well, the walls aren't that thick and Teddy's got really good hearing now, so he can hear, Drake just doesn't care.
re BatsAreFlyingRats: they're supposed to be slightly blunt since dragon jaws are for crunching instead of puncturing or tearing, but hen I'm drawing them small it's hard to blunt them well, so they end up a bit pointier.
re Hippiepanda: this makes me happy that my dog is even-tempered...and has blunt claws, although she has the silly idea that splashing in the pool=drowning, and the best way to rescue someone is to jump directly on them, limbs flailing.
Hey Daidai! Just thought I'd tell you a fun story pertaining to your comic. Tonight was Passover, and between the eating and the second round of eating, I found myself entertaining an 8-year-old girl. I'd run out of ideas and was taking a break when she saw me checking out comics on the computer.
Tada! Problem solved. I sat her on my lap and we started on your archives. It was actually perfect for her -- just the right amount of fantasy, action, humor etc. Granted, plunking small children down in front of post-apocalyptic webcomics is an unconventional solution, but hey. It works.
Hmmm, no that brings up some rather blurry childhood memories. I have a very old dog my parents purchased from the back of a pick up truck (where all good pets come from) and since he's a 1/3 wolf he has always been very protective of my sister and I.
I vaguely remember living next to a lake, or very large pond, and going swimming a lot as a wee child... I also remember my dog being very against any contact with still water... the rest is kind of fuzzy, except of course the way Modi swims to this day being flailing his front paws and pushing anything in front of him down...