Comic 122 - 100 the right to remain silent

Wed, 04th Jan 3:49 AM, 2012 in Damsel and Distress
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100 the right to remain silent
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Kai Faydale Wed, 04th Jan 3:49 AM, 2012 edit delete
Kai Faydale
The 100th page of plot hazzah! All the odd poses made it hard work but I know I could not have pulled it off half so well a few months ago so I feel a bit proud of myself.
In other news my folks asked me to help out at work this week since someone is on vacation. The hours aren’t bad ( just 3-6) but since I am also working as a night time care giver currently (8:30-830) it means I don't really have any a solid 8 hours during the day that I can sleep. Being on a split shift will make me feel horrible but with enough red bull I should still be able to post Friday’s comic on time. I will probably wait till this weekend to do the third incentive for the TWC voting though.


Trasee Darkwatch Wed, 04th Jan 7:41 AM, 2012 edit delete reply
Trasee Darkwatch
She's too pretty for prison so she gets set free? Lucky her. :P

Congrats on hitting 100 pages. Looking forward to 100 more. ;)
AKFriend Wed, 04th Jan 8:07 PM, 2012 edit delete reply
Congrats on 100 comics
Wisknort Wed, 04th Jan 9:01 PM, 2012 edit delete reply
*clap clap* Well played, Charity.

Grats on 100! Is it really that little? It feels like the story's been going for 200+.

I like the cop's head. I can't think of him speaking with anything other than a comedic voice thanks to it. (I think that's because of the White Rabbit in 56 Shards.)
Kai Faydale Thu, 05th Jan 11:18 PM, 2012 edit delete reply
Kai Faydale
It's 100 pages of plot. counting filler and such i have 122 right now, but pacing in webcomics is always tricky depending if you are reading it all at once or a day at a time. oddly enough I don't truly get to experience either since i spend hours with each page most of of the time when it is half made up of blue lines. so i never quite know if the plot is going too fast or too slow.