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Saiko and Lavender, The Webcomic

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Well, there goes the panda Magical girl under the feet of her own monster... I should point out that by the end of this one issue we've amassed quite a body count all over. Oddly this is the one issue we really kill a lot in. Since the plot turns to actually having characters that are more powerful then Saiko and Lavender there's not as much death. The first issue sort of established that their world is a bit callus on life though. Which we don't use much. But it's there if we want to. Personally, I just thought it was funny.

Monster captions

Panel two-

MAGICAL MONSTER: Wanna see god?! Have poisonous prickly pear!

STANLEY: Not really! I haven't packed!

We liked the idea that magic was like a computer program and you'd need a serial number to control some of it.

Panel four-

MAGICAL MONSTER: Augk???! This is no ordinary bubble for which to pop with pointy things!

Panel five through seven-

MAGICAL MONSTER: NO! This cannot be popped even by a thousand pointy things tied together! Save meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...!

At the end Saiko asks Lavender "What no dramatic explosion?" and Lavender says "Be patient. Not yet."

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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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