And they weren’t even trying to be ghosts — at least not in the Scooby Doo “chase people around while wearing a monster mask so they’ll think the building’s haunted” sense. They may, however, have realized at some point that they were contributing to ghost rumors, and found that pretty funny.
ps: Sorry that this one’s so late!
Ian & Stacey drama! Which has…ultimately no impact on anything, probably!
Man, these lesbian-centric comics have had a surprising amount of dude-on-dude action. I think that’s partly due to a relative conservation of girl/girl stuff because it’s generally more plot-significant overall. Related note: I think it’s really, blatantly obvious from the way I draw people that I’m far more interested in the feminine than the masculine…and with these comics, I’m just letting myself do that without reining it in at all, and letting this little world of cartoon bands have more than its share of femin-ish guys.
I’ve got another page in the works that I want to put up this weekend, so: another update soon!
ps: For those of you who share my interests GLBTQ issues and/or bands of the 90s, I wrote this rambling thing over on my barely-used blog about something that really upset me this week.
…It’s ok, though — his best birthday was pretty unbelievable.
This is kind of a sequel to this one, if you missed it the first time around…and you better believe I’ve spent some serious time lately watching all the videos the internet can give me where cartoon characters get on their lecturing high horse about not talking to strangers, always recycling, and not playing in the clothes dryer.
Oh yeah, and I added this feature semi-surreptitiously a few days ago — and I’ve already got some super awesome mail, a couple of which I’m certain I’m going to use. You guys are the best — thanks! I’m not sure when I’m going to do the first of these, but it’ll probably be soon…and I kind of imagine it as a recurring thing every now and then. I absolutely want more of them, too, so: do it do it do it please.