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July 19, 2011

Hey, it’s that guy! In the comments section on the previous page I may have suggested that I killed Galak off while no one was looking and that he was never coming back. That was a typo. My bad!

Slightly late again, but I come bearing wallpapers this time! Wallpapers of dour people against dramatic, vague backdrops. So I assume we are cool. *fistbump*

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If you want a size that isn’t already already available, let me know down in the comments and I will magically make it happen for you.



17 Comments

This has been a consistently-beautiful comic. And it’s intriguing to boot!

I really like the third panel here.

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Thanks. :) Never too sure about the “consistent” part – I had to reference older pages for drawing Galak again and I could barely stand to look at them, haha.

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Is there an ad blocking the bottom third of the last panels for anyone else? Or is that just my browser?

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Oh, bleh. I’ve tested the site in Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer and it seems fine. Could you possibly say which browser (and version) you’re using, and maybe take a screenshot? Is it the Project Wonderful ads (the ones with “your ad here, right now” under them) causing the problem, or one of the other ads?

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Wow, I really like the concept of the two wallpapers being the two different angles of the same scene!

The vote incentive was the inks for one of the wallpapers, cool!

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Great, he’s probably a zombie now.

Aaand Adrianna falls victim to the Nobody Saw The Awesome Thing I Did But Everyone Saw The Screw-Up epidemic.

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Pretty nifty wallpapers, I must say.

Also, every time this comic updates I am filled with The Happy.

Despite this I still haven’t actually looked for or paid enough attention to the update schedule to know when.

At least this stops me from going nuts with anticipation the night before.

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I just finished reading the comic from the start. I’m going to miss reading avidly through 50 pages. I’ll keep reading, of course.

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