Also, only 13 days to go on the Mythomania Kickstarter and quite a ways to go. Anything will help! Thank you!
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Oh, their features are just floating around in emptiness? I always figured they were just completely black. Y’know, not in the African way, just the actual color. Though that does make sense, what with the helmets and all – they have to be useful for something.
hahaha “cultural exchange”
Haha! The Praxian to the right hand side in the 1st panel kills me.
I love this kind of little details.
That’s a teenage Praxian, dragged to the zoo, again, by the folks.
Wait, do the Praxians have bodies? What is underneath their outfits?
All will be revealed in due time… But I can tell you that the Praxians’ physiology is very…. interesting.
The cell may be soundproofed, but it’s not lightproofed. She could just write her questions on a piece of paper and hold it up to the window.
…except the average Praxian probably doesn’t speak or write English, and they can’t communicate with pictures because the natives are offended by art. I guess that means the only option left is to use the universal language of interpretive dance!
Wondering why the comics-rss version is just a little bit smaller. Not too small to be illegible, but small enough to be annoying. http://www.tunecomic.com/comics-rss/2012-06-03-Tune-Part01-Pg304-helmets.jpg
Shoot, I didn’t know about this. And when you click on it, it won’t enlarge?
It links to the page. Only an issue for reading in a reader.
I imagine their body image is suppressed by their suits — i.e. their helmets mask their faces so that only their eyes and mouths can be read, basic necessities for general expression. If they were walking around looking different that might cause trouble, y’know promote creativity, and we all know how dangerous that is…
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