TheMutant wrote:Yknow, the more I think about it, the more I'm sold on the idea that George isn't a part of the defense group, but rather a pawn of Charlie. OH DEAR. But it'd fit- Charlie knows that Parson can enter the MK, he may even know that Parson was going there right now (if you believe the Thinkagram-tapping speculation), and didn't the Thinkamancers turn up in a big group? This guy's (seemingly) alone and hiding riiight behind the GK portal. And for that matter, the group was still on the path when we last saw them, which was mere moments before Parson went through.
gaiaswill wrote:Gah, now the Benny Hill music is stuck in my head in endless loop.
Chit Rule Railroad wrote:ryanroyce wrote:He was there before the GMTTA arrived on the scene (see p57) so he isn't likely one of them. He also appeared to be watching Sizemore & Co as they walked by, so it seems like he knew what was up before even Janis did, indicating that isn't a Hippie. Charlie is the only other party, I believe, that could be expecting Parson's arrival.
Wow, nice catch!
Sixty wrote:Anyone notice in panel 5, in the panel within a panel the portal door looks like it is turning brown and becoming solid and not portally?
According to a post Rob made a couple of weeks ago (either on Facebook or in the site-news or wherever), the script has already been written up for the next few updates. If you find the tying together of lose-ends to be weak? It's not because Rob's had a bad week; it's because you don't seem to know about literary techniques. Whoops.obscureinfo wrote:I realize this has not been a good week for the writer, but this update was weak. WEAK! Rather than resolve anything, they just cliffhanged every part of the plot. I would have rather focused on what was happening at Spacerock OR Hamster's 50ft yd dash in the MK. This left me disappointed and knowing that it may be two weeks before this is resolved, (if there is another text update instead of comic) unsatisfied. I kind of want to forget about erfworld for a month or two and then read them back to back for continuity. But every other day, I check back "just in case". Is there any way to speed up the updates? Or maybe a double size update like OOTS does from time to time.
Rob Balder wrote:We have one rule in these forums: don't be a dick.
The Game wrote:I'm with you on this one.
http://www.erfworld.com/2011/03/book-2- ... 3-page-57/
Check out page 57 again, panel 9 and 13. Panel 9 marks the first apprearance of our so-called "Beetle", or should I call him "Bug" since he is clearly bugging GK atm?
Regardless, he might just emerge from that orange portal when we first see him in p.9, and after that he checks out where Sizemore is headed in p. 13.
The great minds arrive at the scene at the page after this one, so I can only conclude that he doesn't belong to that faction..
Sixty wrote:Obviously the mystery caster has no particular feelings one way or the other about Parson, he simply heard "cue the Benny Hill music" and gave chase, compelled to do so by forces outside his control.
reteo wrote:Is it just me, or does George/Jeftichew/whomever seem to be responding to Hamster's comment about the Benny Hill music? It's hard to tell, but he almost looks like he's smirking.
Sieggy wrote:I think Stanley's lunch break is now officially over, and Maggie's got some 'splainin' to do! This ought to be interesting (he's in dere base, pwnin dere dudz . . .)
Stuv wrote:I agree with Billiam and Walt (and Ansan) that
A: it's George Harrison (no epaulettes on that cover, wrecan)
Zeku wrote:It's still not clear to me why it matters whether Parson arrives at Jetstone. He'll probably arrive and some plot will happen, but what is he expecting to happen?
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