Chapter 6, Page 18on April 6, 2015 at 8:00 am
NO INDEED. You stick those little kitty noses right in there, kids. I cannot imagine even one little thing that could go wrong!
Then again, I’m not particularly imaginative. 😉
So yeah! Passover! Missing bread, hating matzah, wondering what’s gone wrong with my life, the usual. Not much to report except – oh! There is one thing! I’m launching a new cartoon series in J. Weekly, after weeks of wrangling. See, there isn’t really a Jewish slice of life comic that I can think of that doesn’t, well, blow, so I’m taking a crack at it. If you’re Jewish, or like Jewish stuff, or are just looking for one more thing to fill the hours in the day, head on over to jweekly.com. Starts on Thursday. Please excuse the website, it seriously sucks and the search function doesn’t work. They’re trying to update that.
Other than that, new comic Thursday! And yes, Ace and Curlcoat, I’m sorry to say that this series is slowly drawing to its close. But it’s had a pretty nice run, don’t you think? We’ve had some fun. And you KNOW it’s not the end of comics on this site. Never the end. Not for me.
Whew, long news post. See ya!
What if they each stick their little kitty noses through from opposite sides?
I’m not Jewish, but I grew up in an overwhelmingly Jewish suburb of NYC. Ironically, I like Passover matzoh because it’s so nice and crunchy, and I always buy some (although I love bread in general). And I’ll definitely take a look at your Jewish comic.
I can’t even begin to second-guess how you’re going to end this comic that quickly. There are so many things the kitties haven’t figured out yet!
Hmmm . . . . if the kitties stick their noses through opposite sides . . . event horizon?
Also it’s good to see that at least ONE of us likes matzah, both me and my mother are sick of the stuff by the end of the first day!
I can’t stand matzah but I love Passover sweets— rainbow cookies and macaroons and those fudge things.
Cherry-flavored chocolate-covered jelly rings!
While it is sad to see a good story end, and this has been a good story, it’s best to end it when it’s time to end. I can think of a couple ways to end this, but I’m looking forward to seeing how you do it.
And of course, looking forward to the next story you create!
Thanks. I know it’s hard because people become accustomed to and attached to stuff, and it’s hard to see such things go, but I am touched that my comic is one of the things that people got attached to. And, of course, more comics to come.
Well, I can see multiple ways to end the comic quickly:
– Romeo and Juliet style: the “families” catch up and separate them with the ensuing decisions.
– a portal to a nice safe place where they can hide forever
– the Janitor stepping in and ending the hunt, saying “I gave them free will, so it’s their choice.”.
– a portal to direct death. Not even an ending page.
And then I see several possibilities to end it which would take much more than the pages we enjoyed so far.
But I still LOVE this comic.
And I will continue to check the frontpage for the next one.
Oh, and tumblr, of course.