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Saiko and Lavender, The Webcomic

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I find that Saiko's super speed is pretty weird in that some times her other selves are doing something impossible or don't have the same attributes. One of the Saiko's here has the polka dot tongue but none of the others do.

One reviewer, somewhere, made note of those oddities of Saiko's super speed and came to the conclusion that because it didn't always work that she had to be at least two people. Which I find terribly fun... Cause well she's a talking bunny girl and all.

We tend to go with whatever is funny for the most part with Saiko. So yeah her super speed is sometime ludicrous and yeah we know it... but it's still super speed. =]

The potion Saiko eats is probably suppose to cure cancer or something but instead it turns her tongue all polka dotted and probably makes her sterile... in the comic version her tongue was gray and white and didn't stand out at all so I made it black for the Graphic novel.

The note next to the potions that Saiko eats claims the potion to have been rejected... below that after the findings in the report it is stamped "Shipped".

-Diana
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This comic was originally published as a 5 issue mini-series published by Anti-Ballistic Pixelations the fine people that do Gremlin Trouble. Then a one-shot special for Halloween was publish by the nice guys at Radio Comix who do such fine wonderful comics as Furrlough. The 5-issue mini-series was also then collected by Radio Comix as well. They sure are swell.

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