We at LoSRH have always had a knack for science, and this explanation to Cat-A-Pult’s powers are entirely plausibly, read a book!
Next strip on Thursday, enjoy =)
I believe you just wrote your most badass dialogue yet ^^
Because Cat-A-Pult %€£¤#%’ loves wordplay.
By the way, is Good Girl “Nicky Skanktart” or the young girl the near-sighted exorcist met instead? Her backstory is kind of confusing.
Ah, no. Good Girl is not Nicky Skanktart. We have plans to reveal more about Nicky and Good Girl in the future. Thanks for reading.
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I love how a simple janitor was transformed from being a magnetic super kinetic superhero! Love this strip, simple yet you can extract the history of the man.
“Look, you have an agressive personality, and I’m waring gimp gear. And we CLEARLY have chemistry! Why don’t we settle this all back at my place?”
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