He’s getting loud, angry, and people are name-dropping Solus a lot.
I wonder if Alex is listening? 😉
good catch, Ian. I wouldn’t have caught that, but something tells me that they are trying to be at least a LITTLE tactful around the possibly-spies.
gah, the star wars quotes are driving me crazy, please let it be unintentional
@Jonpinetall: Um, I’m really not sure what line you’re talking about. I love Star Wars and was obsessed with it when I was a teenager, so it will have an obvious impact on my work, but I’m not aware of any direct quotes in my story.
Also, last time I checked, what inspired Lucas to make Star Wars were the various films and serials he watched in his youth. An example would be the cantina scene in Mos Eisley , it was lifted from a Japanese film called “Yojimbo.” It’s perfectly fine to pay homages to people you respect, after all, they were the ones that inspired you to tell a story in the first place.
The only thing I could think of is that you’re comparing Eve worrying about Agrippa’s pride to Anakin and his anger management issues. And if that is the case, then I’m afraid you’re digging.
I’m really enjoying the new stuff so far. I suspect Agrippa’s going to get into more trouble than he thinks, though. It’s even possible his friend is setting up a trap, but that’s perhaps a bit much to assume at this point.
One small typo to point out: I think you mean ‘boiling’ in the last panel, not bioling.
Hey, “boiling” is misspelled on this page.
I hope you realize that I am RE-reading this comic, I love it so much! I missed the typo the first time!
Hello, neat comic. But there is a typo. It’s boiling not bioling. If you read this, you should fix it.