I've considered what to do about the carnivore issue (I didn't know it had a trope name), but I haven't come to any firm conclusions yet. For the time being, I'm sticking to herbivorous animals and omnivorous ones that don't generally prey on things like rabbits. So I'm avoiding the issue for now, but it might come up later.
@ Deadpan et al: Feel free to post other webcomics here, especially ones created by forum members. This doesn't have to be all about me.
Post by priestling on Aug 20, 2011 12:22:05 GMT -5
Webcomics suggestions, eh? Dungeons and Denizens, Paradigm Shift (done by a Chicago artist who REALLY loves his city to the point of getting an architect degree so he can detail the locations better), Ballerina Mafia, Gene Catlow, General Protection Fault, Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures, Misfile, The Whiteboard, Sabrina Online, Freefall, Looking For Group, Dominic Deegan, Doc Rat... that's everything off the top of my head, along with the four I mentioned earlier... I'm still probably forgetting a few.
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Post by MaybeNever on Aug 28, 2011 17:00:00 GMT -5
I like the expression in the bottom-left panel. Very self-pitying.
"Great Britain's two most senior military officers added to the uneasiness. [...] Lord Wolseley, Adjutant General, thought that it might be possible for an enemy to invade without waiters and pastrycooks." -Robert K. Massie, Dreadnought
Post by Shane for Wax on Sept 6, 2011 8:26:16 GMT -5
I just noticed you're missing periods in your dialogue. O.o
MaybeNever- Perhaps the solution then is to throw the chihuahua at the bad guy, then pump the shotgun while eating a big slice of cantaloupe. Am fear nach glèidh na h-airm san t-sìth, cha bhi iad aige 'n àm a' chogaidh.