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December 11th, 2013, 2:00 pm

Average Rating: 5.00
Technically, Spiders broke the glass, but there's not much of a point in trying to make a rabbit pay for damages.
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Reply melaredblu, October 8th, 2013, 2:32 am

Everybody except May is trapped on a doomsday island with somebody they detest and half of them have a short temper. Let's face it, this is probably the best possible outcome.
On a side note, I've posted a poll on this comic's Facebook page asking you, the readers, who should be on the Naughty and Nice lists this year. The results of the poll will be posted on Facebook and DeviantArt on the 24th.
You can take the poll here.

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User's Comments:

Reply Charil, December 11th, 2013, 4:56 pm

Oh man, I just now noticed that the eyes on Cordelia's chicken hat change to match her mood. Glorious.

On the technical side, I'm liking the disjointed panels here!

Reply GroovyKinda, December 12th, 2013, 3:33 am

This is like one of those Star Trek episodes where everyone goes crazy because of something in the atmosphere, or they're being controlled by a super being or super computer.

Reply Delta-v, December 12th, 2013, 11:55 am

@GroovyKinda: I think this bunch brought it all with them. This seems to be a case of "When the going gets tough, the tough start fighting among themselves".

This is also the first time I remember seeing May without her signature chirpy Pollyanna smile.

Reply melaredblu, December 13th, 2013, 9:34 am

@Charil: The chickenhat eyes started as a one-off gag, but I, uh, kinda got carried away. Maybe Cordelia enchanted it to function like a mood ring.

Reply melaredblu, December 13th, 2013, 9:36 am

@GroovyKinda: If that were true, June would be terrorizing everyone with a fencing foil instead of a mace.

Reply melaredblu, December 13th, 2013, 9:41 am

@Delta-v: May is certainly a smiler, but if you look back through older pages, you'll see that she does frown, pout, cry, scream, and glare too. It's not so much that she's perpetually chipper as she just wears her heart out on her sleeve. I'll be the first to admit "happy" is my default expression for her, though.

Reply Delta-v, December 13th, 2013, 1:39 pm

@melaredblu: Yeah, that's why I used the word "remember". I wasn't really paying much attention to her early on (blush), and I didn't take the time to go back and re-read. It was more a comment on June's and Cordelia's behaviour being enough to sadden the most cheerful member of the group. I was also happy to see you use a fight dust cloud--I read what you said in "The Sierra College Lifairian"--because I consider them far funnier than actual fisticuffs, and not artistic laziness at all.

Actually, I read everything I could find in the places you sent me ("Creepypasta" Hee, hee, hee), and discovered that yes ,you are a very good writer, as I expected. I do take exception to your stand on oversize Oreos, however, a soup mug, or in extreme cases, a bathtub, should work nicely. Thanks for the links, and I highly recommend them to everyone.

Reply GroovyKinda, December 13th, 2013, 3:44 pm

@melaredblu: Well done. You know your Star Trek, young lady.
"I was playing cards with some friends of our navigator."
"Oh, Sulu's"
"No, I usually won."

Reply melaredblu, December 13th, 2013, 4:14 pm

@Delta-v: Holy cow! You actually saw The Brief Compilation of Terrible Ideas? I really can't say what it means to me that you took the time to look at my other works. I'm glad you found some enjoyment from them!
And yes, I suppose a soup mug would work. Good point.

Reply melaredblu, December 13th, 2013, 4:16 pm

@GroovyKinda: I blame my parents for introducing me to Star Trek in middle school.
"Star Trek? But that stuff's for nerds!"
-one 'Trouble with Tribbles' later-
"Welp, I guess I'm a nerd now. Cool."

Reply Delta-v, December 13th, 2013, 11:41 pm

@melaredblu: I never ask for anything I don't want. And, yes, I derived "some enjoyment" from your work, in fact I "some enjoymented" until my sides hurt! For example, although it was a tutorial for a campus library I'll never visit, I greatly enjoyed the "Lifairian" ("orange gnat"Hee, hee). I also appreciated the more serious things for what they showed me, and after I finished reading "The Birkenhain Journal" I sat and stared at the wall for a while with a lump in my throat. I didn't just read or view, I vacuumed for every crumb for fear I'd miss something.

So, hey, the rest of you guys,check this stuff out, it's worth the trip. Oh, and see if you can find the "Pushpin".

Reply Hjels, December 14th, 2013, 10:01 am

You know you have a dysfunctional group when the ditz who chooses to remain silent is the voice of reason.

Reply melaredblu, December 14th, 2013, 11:44 pm

@Delta-v: Ack! Don't you know an artist's ego is a dangerous thing? Don't feed the ego!
On a side note, I can't take all the credit for The Birkenhain Journal. It's a collab and I would've never come up with the idea on my own. The creators of The Demon Archives deserve most of the credit. I did greatly enjoy working with them on that project, though!

Reply melaredblu, December 14th, 2013, 11:46 pm

@Hjels: May's the only one of the bunch who isn't sporting some kind of grudge against anybody right now. That alone gives her some perspective the others seem to lack.

Reply Hipopotamo (Guest), December 15th, 2013, 3:54 pm

Poll taken!

Well, the situation is getting more cumbersome every passing moment!

Reply melaredblu, December 15th, 2013, 10:07 pm

@Hipopotamo: Thanks for taking the poll! I can't wait to show the results.
Things aren't going too smooth, but it's not like it's the end of the world or anyth--oh.

Reply vaslittlecrow, January 2nd, 2014, 11:04 pm

It seems June's charming temperament is rubbing off on Cordelia.

GOOD! Someone needs to administer the smackdown.

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