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Yes. “THAT is an EXCELLENT question.” I wonder how much extra money they spend on new clothes for Good Girl now.
It gets stored in hammer space?
Clothing and hammerspace do not mix that well:
Heh, yeah. XD That’s the problem with public domain hammer space. They should have shelled out for their own private domain hammer space.
That’s why having you own private space is a better option:
Yeah, if her clothes don’t transform back, then this could get expensive.
On the other hand, it also gives her a new set of angel clothes every time she transforms. How much will those go for on eBay?
Or she will give Distracterella a run for her money.
Personally, I think she should stick with these robes. For something so sheer and clingy that it outlines the contours of her navel, these things have amazing breast support.
Eeh,.. “Breast Support” is obviously part of the powerset. No matter how she moves in the new stuff every thing is lifted, separated and kept somewhat tastefully covered.
(I’m sad, I can’t stop grinning.)
Sort of like the people with super powers, in the Grrl Power webcomic?
The first thing I thought is that they are increasing the amount of mana she runs with,.. because powering down this time didn’t put her into BGG mode.
Then after reading you guys I realized that I was the only one who thought that when she powered down BGG couldn’t be bothered to switch back to whatever GG was wearing.
I accept that BGG is not evil per say, just frustrated and out of sorts by being forced to be good and do good deeds.
But she’s not above doing as little as possible for her alter-ego.
Not evil exactly, no. Just a bit angry at the world.
Even with instances like roasting herself in the sun, in a bikini, so that GG would have to deal with the sun burn, it’s never truly damaging stuff. At worst, she’s only set a few bars on fire.
She’s not wearing any clothes. It’s a glamour.
GG’s cross turned white as well.
And her wings disappeared.
Huh, yeah. Weird.
no wings. white cross. kept the crown/tiara. and she might be a little taller, too.
But then, who said a superhero has to always dress the same way?
Oh, no! Action figure syndrome!
Good eye, I did not notice.
It is possible that because the other being channeled its powers through her that when she turned back the halo was recharged. When it normally would have needed to recharge after an angelic transformation.
That’s similar to what I was thinking. She only becomes BGG when she uses up her halo’s goodness power, but instead some other being possessed her with its own power thus using none of GG’s. As for her clothes, I have no idea.
Well, she is powered down now, so the more shiny bits of her angelic form are toned down.
Or powered up.
Next frame, Lazer pony walks out in her previous clothing.
Pretty sure somehow their on a dubious ebay-esque site auctioned by it’s member Bolfman__234
Other groups? Who, the protestants?
ISIS no longer exists, apparently. They’ve put aside their differences with every other religion, so they’re no longer necessary.
But not with GG I’m guessing.
But … not … with …
I’m not seeing what you’re getting at with that. It doesn’t flow from what I said; a bit of a non sequitur.
Did you mean that they wouldn’t go after her, since she isn’t using their iconography?
I was going more global, with my comment. I meant that they’re not necessary anymore, period, since all religions have put aside their differences, so they can sing Kumbayah around the campfire. ISIS can just disband.
First panel “other groups may come after you.” Just because ISIS may have made peace with other religions doesn’t mean they will leave GG alone.
And why would ISIS disband? Even if they made peace with other religions they do not have to disband, why would they?
Ah. I see what you meant, now.
Well, ISIS is a terrorist organization. If they made peace with the other religions, their very reason for existing would dissolve.
They are also a government with guns. Plus I’m not buying that Lord of Lies con.
Warlords, maybe. I don’t think they’re at the point of being a fully-functional government.
Hamas, sure. They’ve evolved a bit from their purely terroristic past.
Considering how argumentative we as a whole can be, I don’t see the Baptists, Methodists, Presbyterians, Lutherans, etc agreeing to be slapped together in a pie called protestant anymore. Even though that’s what we are.
The Pope was called as some sort of official representative of Yahweh. I think we’ve decidedly left reality behind, in the comic.
As for the real world, when 1.2 billion of the roughly 2 billion Christians are Catholics, and the Orthodox account for a decent chunk of the remaining Christians, it’s a fair grouping criterion.
Ahem, according to the Prince of Lies, which I am not buying. So why are you buying that?
They don’t normally go in for that kind of subtlety with this strip. I think that the all-religions thing might be played straight. I think they just picked a demon as the lawyer (have we had confirmation that it’s actually Lucifer?) because … you know … lawyers.
Which means the Daredevil clone was defending against an actual one
Yup. What subtlety? He is called the Lord of Lies?
Also, do you trust the word of a lawyer without ethics?
This guy probably has better ethics than lots of real-world lawyers, particularly on the civil end of things. Lots of ambulance-chasers out there.
One of my friends is a prosecutor specializing in sex crimes, though. He’s great. I don’t know how he does it. You want to talk about a job that drives people to drink …
Doubt it. He claims to represent religion. His witness was dressed up as the pope who claimed to speak for all religions. Worse than an ambulance chaser IMHO. What makes this lawyer so trustworthy to you? Was it that Pope bit?
Oh, yeah, there are some really noble lawyers out there, but they are actually more common than most people think.
I think that guy was supposed to be the pope.
I doubt that the comic writers were thinking of the Lord of Lies thing, when they wrote him in as a lawyer. I think that their decision for the role was far more simplistic than that.
Nah, the whopping lie of representing religion kinda tipped me off. Then the Pope witness bit confirmed me. What part made you think otherwise?
We’ll see where they go with this. I just don’t think that’s what’s going on, since the comic writers/artists haven’t done anything with that kind of depth before. If the devil/lawyer guy was orchestrating some sort of massive, behind-the-scenes con, I would expect some sort of hand-tipping, this far into the arc.
It’s just a hunch, based upon what I’ve seen of the comic so far. I’d love to be wrong, but I just can’t see the writers playing that angle.
Not that I’m complaining about the writing of the strip, in general. The most recent loooong arc about Eva and Alex was brilliant, as was the Laser Stallion arc … and the Villians hiding out in the LoSRH house …
Those ones just don’t show anything approaching the level of complexity that you’re describing.
You mean Max Moorcock of Neilsen and Moorcock? He’s nothing like Matt Murdoch. Totally different guy.
All clothes is automatically donated to charity. She doesnt get it back.
Anyone else totally not notice that until they pointed it out?
She has the same ability as Ice Man specifically in Spiderman And His Amazing Friends
Every time he moves his hands up covering himself in ice, he magically becomes clothed only in shorts. Then when he powers down he’s back in his normal, dry clothes.
It’s pretty funny how that works, on that old Spider-man and Friends show, or whatever it was called. I remember one episode in which Ice Man and Firestar were captured and held in two prisons: one of them heated to the point that Ice Man couldn’t use his powers, and the other cooled to the point that Firestar couldn’t use hers … for some reason never adequately explained, because it was a kids’ cartoon.
While all of Ice Man’s ice was melted off, he was stuck in his boxers, for some reason. I don’t know why his clothing didn’t come back.
I thought Firestar was DC. Or am I thinking of someone else?
There could also be a DC character of that name. You get that sometimes, as with Black Panther. The Marvel and DC characters with that name have nothing at all in common.
The one in the Spiderman and his Amazing Friends cartoon had powers a lot like the Human Torch, only was female and had a costume, rather than going all flame-out.
Hmm, I’m only turning up the Marvel one, with a Google search, though. Not sure who you’re thinking of.
Flying dude with a yellow shirt, weird-lookin’ eyes, and fire on his head. He heard voices, I think, but not like evil psycho demons or anything, just some normal guy. Turned a criminal’s getaway car into a bathtub on an episode of the Superfriends I saw this one time.
Speaking of, I can’t find anything on DC having a character called Black Panther. There’s a guy who’s just called “Panther”, though, and from the looks of it, he was always called that so it wasn’t like they changed the name ’cause Marvel threatened to sue or anything.
I could also be thinking of Wildcat. I dunno; I hadn’t had any coffee yet, when I wrote that last comment. My properly-caffeinated state is incapable of comprehending the ramblings of my less-than state.
So, that episode of Superfriends was written under the influence of the usual drug-fueled haze, which seems to be the hallmark of the series?
There is indeed a superhero called domething like that in DC, and he hears voices because he’s actually two different people fused together. He’s also had some roles in batman: the brave and the bold.
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