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I found myself wondering if the shipwreck bits at the start were actually a quote from something, but no, apparently not. I'm not sure if that makes it cooler, or less cool. Or is just... there.

Yeah, Jon is just out of touch, isn't he? I want to feel bad for him, since it just seems like he's clueless, not intentionally hurting anyone, but then it's hard to feel bad when thinking back to the previous chapter, and when he stood by, doing nothing...

"Gordian Knot Lock Co." Heh. It's all the little touches that make the comic, eh?

Afghanistan eh? Wow, seems like Afghanistan's *always* a touchy area/subject.

Very... callous judging from the war council. *shudder*

"Bright, spunky youngster"? Sheesh, date yourself much?

And for the text bits, the word of the day seems to be "Nostalgia" Which, I also noticed, showed up in the art of the graphic parts. Nice touch.

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Jan. 11th, 2010 05:19 am (UTC)
And, yeah, Manhattan's a complete freak. Anyone who is two of the three parties in a menage a trois is definitionally a freak.

That's definitely an example of something you should discuss with your partner first!
Jan. 15th, 2010 05:38 am (UTC)
Man, I am trying to include the pirate stuff this time, but after a couple of panels, I just want to put the book down. What am I missing?
Jan. 11th, 2010 05:09 am (UTC)
And speaking of "stuff not read on the first read-through," I saw no point whatsoever to the pirate horror comic thingie that starts in this chapter, either, so I skipped it.

To my detriment. It's relevant, new readers! I'm pretty sure every single panel in the entire graphic novel serves a purpose. Go read the spoiler post for this one, after you finish the whole thing, and I will point some out.

Oh, I'm sorry to hear that. But I will go read the spoiler post.
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