Yes, you are right, I agree, I hate it when the author pulls a ‘get out of jail free’ card so our hero can conveniently get out of a plot hole. It breaks the willing suspension of disbelief. Socks was good for a while but you were right to leave it behind. The writers of Dr Who got really lazy with using K9 to fix everything, it just got boring and predictable.
Two words: sonic screwdriver.
Great comic that I’ve been following since the beginning!
The first box intrigues me: to break the gun you need two points of support. But I don’t think the policeman is as strong as she is. Maybe she could get some leverage by pressing under the pistol grip with the palm of her other hand?
Waiting for the next part!
Yes I agree, and I have a bigger issue with this page, I need to stretch it out into the next page, so tonight I’m starting some editing here 🙂 Thanks btw! 🙂
Yes, this version works better. Problemette: in row 2, frame 4, suggests that is she holding something to make him lie down? (she just broke his gun and she hasn’t taken his tazer yet). Her ‘you naughty boy’ finger?
You resisted “give me your boots, your clothes and your motorcyclecar” ;-D
All your drawing is fantastic but row 1, frame 2 has complete mastery of foreshortening. And expression.
Thanks! yes you have a point, I was just thinking she gestured a bit, instead of just standing with arms straight down, which I thought might look a bit stiff, but since we can’t see the hand it’s easy to misinterpret.
Yes I thought about Arnold, but I also thought about her as a dominatrix… (but how would that even work for her) 🙂
That was the “you naughty boy” reference.
No doubt her programming includes that as a user-selectable option, even if she is only 1m50 and loose change. Takes all sort to make the world go round. Maybe her AI can identify hims as a closet submissive? Come back Socks, all is forgiven!
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