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Marigold works for her dad doing website design and programming.
I have no memory of this. I shall consult the wiki.
Yeah, is accurate. I only recall one actual on-screen appearance from him, just used for a quick gag.
Let me save you the trouble.
That was her mentioning her job. Here's her dad's one onscreen appearance asking about Steampunk.
Also, interestingly the one I posted was 5 updates before the first introduction of Claire, Emily, and Gabby as SMIF library interns.
Edited by tclittle on Oct 11th 2019 at 7:38:55 AM
I miss Gabby.
I feel Spooky is showing an unreasonable lack of faith in the robustness of Melon's ruleset here.
We never did get any explanation for that, did we? Aside from Jeph's "my mother in law emailed me the exact same thing out of the blue".
Yep, nothing. It's a one-off gag, just like that.
#4111. Well, that's one way to solve the problem, in the short term, anyway. Yay should have maybe helped Roko work through this, but it wouldn't surprise me to hear they don't really know how without meddling with her head. Maybe they'll take this opportunity to do some research for next time.
She asked for permission, which is good; Spooky does say they could help by putting things into her head but seems VERY unwilling to even offer that as an option.
I think They know they have to tread carefully, which is a good sign; just hope they know someone who can help.
Hanners could be a good shout, if they can make the connection - someone with a former crippling fear of things and experience dealing with mental trauma. It's not the SAME mental trauma, but she can certainly speak from experience of having to handle unfamiliar and frightening shifts. Of course, Hanners in her current state seems a bit too forceful and that can be detrimental to recovery.
Yeah, Smugbot very strongly dislikes messing with the brains directly. Roko outright asked and they refused.
Itís also the reason why she hasnít tried approaching Bubbles since she was freed from Corpse Witchís clutches.
Pretty much confirmed by Spookybot.
Oh, good. Just because Roko is unconscious, doesnít mean this storyline canít continue.
Ok, won't lie, this one cracked me up. Also, very thankful Jeph had the old one in a ponytail, because they still look way too similar for me to make a distinction without that.
Really? they have a very serious color contrast between them.
I'm talking more about the design. The colors are very different, obviously, but in a situation without that, I'd have a hard time distinguishing them. Even going back to the strips before she changed bodies, I find it difficult to tell the differences between then and now, and Jeph's changed his style since.
Not to mention the ghost is much more angular. Not sure if thatís actually what she looked like, what her self-image looked like, or if Jeph is making a joke about how his art style changes.
would be pretty neat if that was the case. supernormal step did that explicitly near the end of the comic's run to highlight just how much the art style had changed by the end of the comic.
...and unfortunately, I wouldn't really put this one past jeph. he doesn't much experiment with the comic's style or try new things narratively aside from small art shifts (never mind the anime phase back a few years).
Edited by ImmortalFaust on Oct 16th 2019 at 1:38:01 AM
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...ok, that just made telling them apart a lot easier for me
oh hello bliss wallpaper
this entire arc is going to be like that then
...Huh, and I thought my dreams were weird.
Also, am I the only one who thinks current!Roko looks a bit like Erza?
I feel like New Body got hit with one of Elan's Lesser Confusion spells.
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