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6 thoughts on “Ch 7 Page 3

  1. This page seems to be broken, the next button on the previous page and the link in the “Posted on” date say it should be at /comic/3121/ but that page leads to a 404.

    1. Hi Seth, sorry for the little error there. You should be able to see the page now.

  2. Turning off your phone isn’t good enough. You have to physically remove the battery, which the manufacturers are making harder and harder.

    1. Or stick it in a faraday cage.

  3. It looks like Midori is trying to wash away the guilt she feels (a fairly common reaction even though the guy she killed deserved it). She needs time and space to process things, while at the same time she needs people she can turn to when she’s ready to talk.
    In short, be there but don’t push her.

    1. Why won’t the Comment Section let me use my preferred username? O.o

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Hey lovely folks!

Popping in with a quick final reminder about the volume 1 and 2 Kickstarter– we’re fully-funded and have even made the concept+guest art stretch goal! Currently we have 14 hours left to pledge before the campaign wraps at 11:11. I’ve been talking about the kickstarter a bunch on socials, but announcing it here as well in case you don’t follow me elsewhere!

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