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''[[http://wayback.archive.org/web/20150403020158/http://brokenglass.greyinkstudios.com:80/wobg/thank-you/ Walking On Broken Glass]]'' is now defunct webcomic created by Samantha Mathis and Caytlin Vilbrandt.

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''[[http://wayback.archive.org/web/20150403020158/http://brokenglass.greyinkstudios.com:80/wobg/thank-you/ Walking On Broken Glass]]'' is a now defunct webcomic created by Grey Ink Studios, which was comprised of Samantha Mathis and Caytlin Vilbrandt.



This doesn't mean you can't try the Website/WaybackMachine, though, but most (if not all) of the comic does not display in there, meaning that the comic is lost forever ''unless'' anyone has a file of the comic (either dowloaded from the web or scanned from the book), in which case that person should feel free to upload said file on [[https://archive.org the Internet Archive]] and add a link to it here. Though, considering how obscure the comic was, it's safe to say that this is unlikely to ever happen.

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This doesn't mean you can't try the Website/WaybackMachine, though, but most (if not all) of the comic does not display in there, meaning that currently, the comic only way to obtain it is lost forever ''unless'' anyone has a file through [[https://gumroad.com/greyinkstudios Gumroad]], where you can download the first three chapters of the comic (either dowloaded from the web or scanned from the book), in which case that person should feel either for free to upload said file on [[https://archive.org or for whatever price you find fair, and the Internet Archive]] and add a link to it here. Though, considering how obscure the comic was, it's safe to say that this is unlikely to ever happen.
following two chapters by paying at least 2 Dollars.


[[http://wayback.archive.org/web/20150403020158/http://brokenglass.greyinkstudios.com:80/wobg/thank-you/ Walking On Broken Glass]] is now defunct webcomic created by Samantha Mathis and Caytlin Vilbrandt.

Walking On Broken Glass has been described as "A Supernatural Office Dramedy Romance about Murder". Which, while maybe not specifically accurate, does display the wide array of topics and ideas this comic embodies. Itís about a man dealing with a dark fate looming over his future, and his quest to make up for the wrongs of that future in the present. Itís about a woman with enough strength, determination, love and stubbornness to stand by his side through thick and thin. Itís about monsters. Itís about magic. Itís about werewolves! And witches! And vampires! ([[Film/TheWizardOfOz Oh my]]?)

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[[http://wayback.''[[http://wayback.archive.org/web/20150403020158/http://brokenglass.greyinkstudios.com:80/wobg/thank-you/ Walking On Broken Glass]] Glass]]'' is now defunct webcomic created by Samantha Mathis and Caytlin Vilbrandt.

Walking ''Walking On Broken Glass Glass'' has been described as "A Supernatural Office Dramedy Romance about Murder". Which, while maybe not specifically accurate, does display the wide array of topics and ideas this comic embodies. Itís about a man dealing with a dark fate looming over his future, and his quest to make up for the wrongs of that future in the present. Itís about a woman with enough strength, determination, love and stubbornness to stand by his side through thick and thin. Itís about monsters. Itís about magic. Itís about werewolves! And witches! And vampires! ([[Film/TheWizardOfOz Oh my]]?)


* LastSecondWordSwap: [[http://brokenglass.greyinkstudios.com/comic/book-1/volume-1/issue-4-a-brave-new-world/a-brave-new-world-08/ This page]] contains a "And three is...".



* [[http://brokenglass.greyinkstudios.com/comic/book-1/volume-1/issue-4-a-brave-new-world/a-brave-new-world-08/ This page]] contains a LastSecondWordSwap. "And three is..."
* The current arc has Kennedy pulling a ThisIsNotMyFirstTime (sorry if I got the trope wrong, feel free to correct me) on Nick

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* [[http://brokenglass.greyinkstudios.com/comic/book-1/volume-1/issue-4-a-brave-new-world/a-brave-new-world-08/ This page]] contains a LastSecondWordSwap. "And three is..."
* The current arc has Kennedy pulling a ThisIsNotMyFirstTime (sorry if I got the trope wrong, feel free to correct me) on Nick
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This doesn't mean you can't try the WaybackMachine, though, but most (if not all) of the comic does not display in there, meaning that the comic is lost forever ''unless'' anyone has a file of the comic (either dowloaded from the web or scanned from the book), in which case that person should feel free to upload said file on [[https://archive.org the Internet Archive]] and add a link to it here. Though, considering how obscure the comic was, it's safe to say that this is unlikely to ever happen.

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This doesn't mean you can't try the WaybackMachine, Website/WaybackMachine, though, but most (if not all) of the comic does not display in there, meaning that the comic is lost forever ''unless'' anyone has a file of the comic (either dowloaded from the web or scanned from the book), in which case that person should feel free to upload said file on [[https://archive.org the Internet Archive]] and add a link to it here. Though, considering how obscure the comic was, it's safe to say that this is unlikely to ever happen.


This doesn't mean you can't try the WaybackMachine, though, but most (if not all) of the comic does not display in there, meaning that the comic is lost forever ''unless'' anyone has a file of the comic (either dowloaded from the web or scanned from the book), in which case that person should feel free to upload said file on [[https://archive.org the Internet Archive]] and add a link to it here. Though, considering how obscure the comic was, it's safe to say that this is unlikely at best.

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This doesn't mean you can't try the WaybackMachine, though, but most (if not all) of the comic does not display in there, meaning that the comic is lost forever ''unless'' anyone has a file of the comic (either dowloaded from the web or scanned from the book), in which case that person should feel free to upload said file on [[https://archive.org the Internet Archive]] and add a link to it here. Though, considering how obscure the comic was, it's safe to say that this is unlikely at best.
to ever happen.


As of 2016, the comic has been discontinued with no update and as of 2017 the domain has expired.

This doesn't mean you can't try the WaybackMachine though, but most of the comic does not display in there. Pretty sad, really, but if anyone has a file of the comic (either dowloaded from the web or scanned from the book) feel free to put it up on [[https://archive.org the Internet Archive]] and add a link to it here.

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As Unfortunately, as of 2016, 2014, the comic has been discontinued with no update and as of 2017 the due to undisclosed personal reasons. The comic's domain has expired.

expired some time after.

This doesn't mean you can't try the WaybackMachine WaybackMachine, though, but most (if not all) of the comic does not display in there. Pretty sad, really, but if there, meaning that the comic is lost forever ''unless'' anyone has a file of the comic (either dowloaded from the web or scanned from the book) book), in which case that person should feel free to put it up upload said file on [[https://archive.org the Internet Archive]] and add a link to it here.
here. Though, considering how obscure the comic was, it's safe to say that this is unlikely at best.


This doesn't mean you can't try the WaybackMachine though, but a lot of the old comics may not display in there. Pretty sad, really, but if anyone has a file of the comic feel free to add a link to it here.

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This doesn't mean you can't try the WaybackMachine though, but a lot most of the old comics may comic does not display in there. Pretty sad, really, but if anyone has a file of the comic (either dowloaded from the web or scanned from the book) feel free to put it up on [[https://archive.org the Internet Archive]] and add a link to it here.


[[http://wayback.archive.org/web/20150403020158/http://brokenglass.greyinkstudios.com:80/wobg/thank-you/ Walking On Broken Glass]] is a webcomic created by Samantha Mathis and Caytlin Vilbrandt.

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[[http://wayback.archive.org/web/20150403020158/http://brokenglass.greyinkstudios.com:80/wobg/thank-you/ Walking On Broken Glass]] is a now defunct webcomic created by Samantha Mathis and Caytlin Vilbrandt.


''...This doesn't mean you can't try the WaybackMachine though! Ah-hahaha!! Where's your god now, Internet?!''

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''...This doesn't mean you can't try the WaybackMachine though! Ah-hahaha!! Where's your god now, Internet?!''
though, but a lot of the old comics may not display in there. Pretty sad, really, but if anyone has a file of the comic feel free to add a link to it here.


[[http://www.brokenglasscomic.com Walking On Broken Glass]] is a webcomic created by Samantha Mathis and Caytlin Vilbrandt.

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[[http://www.brokenglasscomic.com [[http://wayback.archive.org/web/20150403020158/http://brokenglass.greyinkstudios.com:80/wobg/thank-you/ Walking On Broken Glass]] is a webcomic created by Samantha Mathis and Caytlin Vilbrandt.


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''...This doesn't mean you can't try the WaybackMachine though! Ah-hahaha!! Where's your god now, Internet?!''


As of 2016, the comic has been discontinued with no update.

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As of 2016, the comic has been discontinued with no update.update and as of 2017 the domain has expired.


Walking On Broken Glass has been described as "A Supernatural Office Dramedy Romance about Murder". Which, while maybe not specifically accurate, does display the wide array of topics and ideas this comic embodies. Itís about a man dealing with a dark fate looming over his future, and his quest to make up for the wrongs of that future in the present. Itís about a woman with enough strength, determination, love and stubbornness to stand by his side through thick and thin. Itís about monsters. Itís about magic. Itís about werewolves! And witches! And vampires! ([[TheWizardOfOz Oh my]]?)

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Walking On Broken Glass has been described as "A Supernatural Office Dramedy Romance about Murder". Which, while maybe not specifically accurate, does display the wide array of topics and ideas this comic embodies. Itís about a man dealing with a dark fate looming over his future, and his quest to make up for the wrongs of that future in the present. Itís about a woman with enough strength, determination, love and stubbornness to stand by his side through thick and thin. Itís about monsters. Itís about magic. Itís about werewolves! And witches! And vampires! ([[TheWizardOfOz ([[Film/TheWizardOfOz Oh my]]?)


* TheWorldOfDarkness: The creators of the comic met during a play session. If you're a fan, you can see the game's influence and inspiration upon the comic.

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