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  1. Michael Corley

    That falls well within the real of a Pyrrhic victory.

    • Joseph DR

      I had to look it up, Michael. And yeah, it seems to be a pyrrhic victory but hopefully she’ll get over the pain and embrace this new change. Thanks for expanding my vocabulary! :O)

  2. Casually Employed
    Casually Employed

    Alright Joseph, this may be the biggest cliffhanger I’ve ever come across. You just started the school season which means you have plenty of days left to take off. So start using them and get onto the next page pronto!
    BTW, I love how weird this story is getting!

    • Joseph DR

      Ha! I only have seven days that I can take off out of the whole school year. My wife, who is a teacher in another school district, gets ten days off. But thank you so much for the HUGE compliment, Bill! I do my best to keep things weird and wacky! I will try to keep you surprised and intrigued.

      This is my lifelong dream coming true.

      Soon, I will get to a point where I will post inked pages. Then, I will hire a colorist to do the colors. That way, I will be able to post a fully inked and colored page each week. My goal is December.

      This is my plan thanks to Jason Brubaker, my mentor and artist for ReMind and Sithrah.

      • Casually Employed
        Casually Employed

        Wow! Not only was I totally thrown off guard by your comic, but by your future plans for your comic as well. Best of luck! :D

  3. Tony McGurk

    Bill said weird I say bizzarre. As if poor little Sandia hasn’t been through enough & now you turn her into daughter off Stretch Armstrong. She must’ve done something really bad before Wacky Monkeys got under way ‘cos you sure are punishing that girl to the max Joseph

    • Joseph DR

      Like the destruction of self, rise of the phoenix, or the crucifixion of Christ, I think Sandia represents me in some ways with my struggles and demons in my quest to become a full-time cartoonist.

      It’s an allegory of dying and rebirth. Yes. She has been beaten up so badly throughout this story – since page one! But it is through the rebirth that we will see her flourish…hopefully.

      Thanks for the thought provoking comment, Tony. I appreciate it :O)

  4. David Hurley

    Wow, this is really cool Joseph. I’m intrigued to see what is next!

  5. Gruhn

    Gummy eyeballs are the best!!

  6. evanyeti1

    Flippin’ crazy Joseph! Sick and weird and I can’t wait to find out what happened! And how to fix it :o

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