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Comic 633 - A Man And A Woman- Page 18

17th Sep 2017, 11:00 PM in 17. A Man and a Woman
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Author Notes:

17th Sep 2017, 11:00 PM
Adam C.
Heh. Again, good to see some more of a heart to Paxton. I was kinda surprised to see him openly admit that he's probably mentally ill. Do also like him being so clear about his lot in life; really hating his job but knowing he's stuck with it.

Not a lot to add on this, though. Ah, well. ^^
17th Sep 2017, 11:15 PM
Martin F.
Is this the first time Atlanta's actual name has come up in the comic? Don't think, relatively sure either Cassidy said it in Storms Are Brewing or DeGroot said it in Fast Life, but wouldn't surprise me. Either way it's Andrew Albright if anyone's wondering.

Originally this was going to be how we got introduced to the Sareena leg of the plot - there'd be a couple little signs of it like with the phone call and Paxton's earlier mention that he wished he could be at the rally and then we cut away to that whole thing going down. Main things that led to that being adjusted were how late into the chapter coming around to that actually ended up being set to happen and the fact both stories were sort of locked into having a delay in the story from Ana and Paxton waiting on a table and Alex and Chris watching a movie.

But yeah, we'll be back to the fight next time. For the time being though, yeah, I do like getting to take this whole thing in the direction of these two reaching a bit more of an understanding. It's something I've really had in mind for their characters for a long time and I look forward to getting to explore it some more later.


17th Sep 2017, 11:34 PM
Very interesting, wonder what's going to happen next.
25th Dec 2019, 6:41 AM
Ok I admit I missed the racist angle of PI or have they been good so far of hiding it from the public and readers both?
25th Dec 2019, 6:49 AM
Martin F.
I think it was kind of more obvious with their Black Princess introduction admittedly, but Cassidy did make a pretty clear allusion to the border here -