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Saiko and Lavender, The Webcomic

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Does that mean we get to use the car?
Yet another page where I drew WAY too many versions of Saiko. Saiko really does get bored easily in fact she gets bored between Lavender saying separate words. That's part of the reason she seems so scatter brained.

We had actually tossed around the idea of doing a 64 page Saiko special where it explored what moving at faster then light speed really meant and how it's not worth your sanity to even wait for someone to finish their sentence because the rest of the world is sooo slow. We also had things like Saiko couldn't understand fish as pets because to her they never seem to move when she's looking.

Also it had cute bunny girls being set on fire. What's not to like?

Lavender IS actually burning here in panel 4 when Saiko hugs her. Lavender is allergic to love, it makes her break out in a rash.

In panel 5 Saiko's thought balloon has a little picture of her head popping off her neck. Also I believe this Graphic Novel version of this page fixes a mistake from the original issue 1 printing where Mike didn't ink in Saiko's ear. Checks. Yep. So now the joke works better I hope.

Oooohhhh, the car is on the next page!

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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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