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167-Super Skooled Origins: Ann Tagonist

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Logan

(Author’s Note):

I hope everyone sees how this character fits the vision of our comic.


Taylor

(Illustrator’s Note):

This character is actually a mix of an idea I had for a character and an idea Logan had been planning for awhile. I noticed how the two kind of fit together.


166-Super Skooled Origins: Emily Evil

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Logan

(Author’s Note):

I take a dim view of this one.


Taylor

(Illustrator’s Note):

Oh my gosh! this strip took me FOREVER to create. It’s SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO complicated! Why Logan? Why do you do these things to me?


165-Hacky Sack

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Logan

(Author’s Note):

So I have good news and bad news. The good news is this chapter is over. The bad news is that we’re too dumb to quit this comic, and the next chapter is coming right up. Aren’t you guys lucky?


Taylor

(Illustrator’s Note):

The iBad makes a return in this strip, as does the Cenrifugal City news media.


164-Green Pieces

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Logan

(Author’s Note):

Boy, Draco and Liz sure are trashing this strip

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                Don’t judge me. We’re wrapping up this chapter soon, so I need to work all the bad eco-puns out of my system.


Taylor

(Illustrator’s Note):

Logan was kind enough to write this strip with only three panels for me. Thank you, Logan.


New Year’s 2017

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Well, I was supposed to work on the New Years Strip yesterday afternoon before the big party.
But after getting out of church, I found the future famous WNC ice storm of 2017 had covered all the roads in a thick sheet of sleet induced black ice. I tried to inch down the road, but found it impossible to navigate the icy death trap in my tiny, little, and light-as-a-feather Ford Escort. I ended up sitting in a freezing car in front of a closed Subway shop for two and a half hours, waiting for my dad to come pick me up in his SUV and then another 2 and a half hours inching home behind nearly parking lot traffic. By the time I got home, it was 11:30 at night. No friends, no party, and no comic. All because of an ice storm that somehow happened without a hint of precipitation.
All I can say is “Thank you Lord for getting me home safely.”

So, yeah. Awesome way to start out the new year! *Gives Thumbs Up*

And now you know… “The rest of the story.”

163-Signage

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Logan

(Author’s Note):

This strip’s action seen is presented to you in IMAGINE O’ VISION. You get to imagine what’s going on! Patent Pending.


Taylor

(Illustrator’s Note):

I really like the color scheme in this one. It’s a nice change of pace from the “Gree/Blue/White” that has inindated this chapter. (Although those ARE my favorite colors)


An alternate Title we thought of was: "Gone with the Finn"

162-Bill-Bored

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Logan

(Author’s Note):

The real beauty of comics is that Liz has been falling for over a week. Where did she start, the moon?


Taylor

(Illustrator’s Note):

This is the moment I’ve been waiting for since the begining of chapter 2.
The saving, not necessarily the splatting.


161-Too Doom

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Logan

(Author’s Note):

So by reverting Liz from being an anvil, has Draco made her lose weight? If so, is that a bad thing?

These are the thoughts that keep me up at night. That and whether or not we will finally get a Universal Monsters Cinematic Universe.


Taylor

(Illustrator’s Note):

I’m liking these action scenes. They’re harder to draw but a lot more satisfying to finish.


160-Anvi-Lizcious

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Logan

(Author’s Note):

This strip certainly has a certain weight to it…

On another note, this strip is fairly unique because of its unique perspective. Often, daily strips will commit to a particular camera angle and rarely deviate from it. Because I’m a bad person, I’m often scripting Taylor to do extra work enlivening up scenes with difficult shots. Don’t tell him. It’ll be our little secret.


Taylor

(Illustrator’s Note):

As a cartoonist, I have officially completed my bucket-list item of drawing a falling anvil.


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