Mark (ritzbot) says:
I am always surprised how far ahead you have planned your comic. In most of the webcomics I've read, the author lets things just happen, and the story eventually falls apart because each story becomes a repeat of the last one, the story diverges from the elements that made it interesting/popular, or the characters have painted themselves into an inescapable corner with nowhere to go.
Leon Arnott (l) says: This is a fine strip indeed. From here, the island in the middle of Narbonic, the entire comic surrounds us. So many tumults have we witnessed together; so many calamities are yet to be seen. And, of course, we are in sight of the Great Mystery that binds the whole story together.
It is, I suppose, more of an accident than deliberate intention that this summary episode occurs this close to the middle point of Narbonic's run (the actual middle point being, if my calculations are correct, this strip) given that our author had only intended this tale to run to 2005. If so, then a fine accident it must be.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says:
I am always stunned and amazed at the great artwork in the "Slumberland" strips. I love the way you combine the Narbonic cast with McCay's characters and art style.
Two notes: (1) I felt so sorry for Zeta, stuck in that cage; and (2) What the heck is up with Helen's skirt in panel 8? Considering that her back is toward the "future" landscape, it could truly be said that the end is in sight.
Tiff Hudson (tiff_hudson) says:
Damn, this is good. If there's an afterworld, you're gonna get a huge hug from Windsor.
Kenneth Reeves (tetramorpheus) says:
I have to admit I REALLY want to know what Dave was yelling here.
Daffyd Wagstaff (lord_killerfish) says:
Just a thought, did Dave's subconcious gain slight precognative abilities from being unstuck in time? Or did he unknowingly dump his future memories into his younger self, whilst picking up the memories of his future self?
I like the second theory. That way, his subconcious memories from his future self are trying to warn him of what's coming, in the form of these dreams.
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