I love the languorous pace of this comic. I swear, things have been progressing so organically, and with such benign yet fascinating conflicts, that now, when things get suddenly uncomfortable for our hero…it seems very serious and very disturbing.
If someone just pitched this comic to me, I don’t think I’d read it. But it’s so well executed, so funny, and so endearing…I am totally hooked.
Great job, as always.
I have to agree with Justin Peniston. Except that I would most certainly read it if I had just discovered (is that the expression?) it. It usually takes about 3 or 4 pages to decide whether I like a comic or not. And this one is just….
Oops… and by the way: That slacker joke is very funny!
Yeah, I agree with Justin too. The pacing of this comic is INCREDIBLE. It’s pretty much exactly how a webcomic should be paced.
Also, he’s got a point. He doesn’t really need a “break” from this “job.”
I’m really glad to hear that the pacing is working for you guys. I know I like stories that unfold in a very naturalistic, immersive way, and it’s good to know I’m not alone.
I can’t help myself. I love this patch faced grumpy alien. I’m not even going to try and work out his binary name. He has some deep seated mysterious something and I can’t wait to see what the source of his ire is.
For Praxians, the last set of digits is the closet thing to a given name. So in casual conversation, he’s called D86.
Actually, binary is not the correct term, since binary is suppose to be
full of 1′s and 0′s. A more technically correct term to describe their names
is “a freak-ass long string of numbers, dashes, and decimal points”.
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