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Mondays and Fridays
Good shot, though.

Two injured opponents and a broken light fixture ... on the plus side, it did win the match.  How will the other girls (and adults) react to this?  Stay tuned ...

Apologies for the one-panel update.  I have more in progress, but not to a point where they'd be a coherent addition to this.  Drawing time was limited over the weekend by (A) a bad cold, and (B) pulling myself together enough to celebrate my Dad's 86th birthday.  Yay Dad!

My father was born in Colombia, South America.  Ever since he retired, he and my Mom have spent about two months down there each year, avoiding the worst of the winter weather here.  Finally this year, Mom's health has gotten to the point where travel is too hard for her.  So this is the first time in about 20 years that I've been able to celebrate Dad's birthday with him.  Again yay!

Celebrate with someone you love.  Don't wait for an occasion, just go celebrate.

7 comments:
Mark Chapman (aardvark86) says:

I resent some strips when they waste an entire post on some fracking establishing shot, but this is just such a perfect snapshot of perhaps the most important moment of Summer's life to date, that it deserves the opportunity to stnad on its own.

Joseph Rasche (thewarriorofmanyfaces) says:

Please tell me no one died, please tell me no one died, please tell me no one died...

Pastangum Felinix (pastangum) says:

I completely agree, Mark.  This is a perfect 'punch' page for the dramatic moment when her entire *life* changed.  The single panel provides impact... silent, because dialogue would only distract from the reveal.

Pastangum Felinix

Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:

@Joseph:  No one died.  One dislocated kneecap, one concussion.  So far.

chic geek (chicgeek1) says:

Poor Summer....

David Harmon (mental_mouse) says: I like how you show her teammates' shock with just silhouettes!
Nick Vito (greenknightfury) says:

I broke lightfixtures every time they made me play volleyball, not fun when your classmates have to dodge metal lightcages fallign from the ceiling every time you hit the ball without spiking...tended to make them dodge when I did spike too though.

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I'm a middle-aged computer programmer from Indiana, but I've always enjoyed doodling and drawing. After discovering webcomics recently, I decide to try my hand at creating one. My wife thinks I'm crazy. My wife is a very sensible woman. ... full profile