Can't argue with that.
I really want the Smile Foundation to just actually be helpful friendly peeps... They seem so cool!
I approve of the new way background characters are drawn. Also, it's true; a person who plucks the strings of a guitar, banjo, or similar musical instrument can't be a chooser. :P
@Silver Oh, I just assumed the background characters were more sepia since people they're in Lorg. Either way, I approve too.
What is the ninja doing in the last panel? Stealing from that doctor or just having a knife out?
I love how the ninja is coloured similarly to other background character, to suggest they actually do ninja-y stuff to blend in.
Good catch, I did not even notice our Ninja friend there.
I sure hope they turn out to be actually genuinely nice people. And not the "we want your blood and organs to gain your power"-kind. Those are the worst.
Well, I guess the only bad thing we've heard about them so far is that they're treated as a cult in a dictatorship.
I see the ninja is blending into the background. That's commitment to your role.
Oh please let Giraffe-head join Toby.
it would be so silly and funny at the same time xD
@Little Smile, we need a 300 page side comic on Giraffe-Head. it would give his backstory, his constant struggle through the all doorways ever and finally explaining his eternal war against the LEAGUE of EVIL ANTAGONISTIC TREES.
@Atlas crap it autocorrected to trees it was supposed to be LEAGUE of EVIL ANTAGONISTIC FREEDOM SHRUBS.
What? "Pickers Cant Be Choosers"
Thats not how that phrase goes. How can you pick something and not choose it?
Remember when Noah was a main character?
Yeah, me neither. I miss my grouchy boy.
@Anonymous Person: I was sad when Noah's turn was skipped. And now this Tobi section is larger than both of the last Noah sections combined. Poor Noah. :( :(
Tobi's nice and fun, but she isn't Noah. :(
This is his spirit shield in action. He wants to be inconspicuous.
The pickers thing probably refers to garbage pickers of something. The phrase is probably different due to the way her home town worked.