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pinkbatmax on Dec. 14, 2012
Strips like this one really make me appreciate the unique dance between visual images and the written word that comics uniquely offer.
at 8:08PM, Dec. 15, 2012
I pity Wendy, but agree with Flit that she should step back and give Sarah a chance to be with someone who would let her be herself completely.
at 8:31AM, Dec. 15, 2012
Oh yea, the volcano is going to blow.
at 12:34AM, Dec. 15, 2012
at 6:51AM, Dec. 14, 2012
A very well thought out analysis, Flit.
at 1:55AM, Dec. 14, 2012
It makes it really hard for me to sympathize with Wendy when I see so much of my own mother in her: completely disregarding what was actually best for me because of her own ideals and perceptions. Sure, Wendy loves Sarah. Sure, she's trying to understand. It would still be better for her to be with her father who supports her unconditionally than her mother who obstructs her at every turn, whether or not she has an ostensibly "valid" excuse. It doesn't matter what Wendy's intentions are, because intent isn't magical. I don't like her very much right now.