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Comic 192 - Blue's Zoo's

19th Feb 2015, 6:18 PM in Adolescence & Cruelty
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19th Feb 2015, 6:18 PM
Atsuuikakura
Atsuuikakura
Yeah, I think that TP's panda senses are tingling there, he can tell even without it really being explained that Shinna growing up might not work out too well for him. Lucky for him in a couple days Muucurion will be making sure that won't happen.

Also damn, Dario Argento is a brilliant director, I mean look at this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MecSlkWMHPY

I especially like the way he does lighting

Comments:

19th Feb 2015, 8:43 PM
ProfEtheric
ProfEtheric
It makes me sad that we lost sweet, innocent Tempura Panda... Stupid world-devouring cow thing...
19th Feb 2015, 9:36 PM
Atsuuikakura
Atsuuikakura
Poor Tempura panda, he's probably the most tragic character in the story, except for maybe (spoilers). I really would like to explore his past more in comic form, but there's no time.
21st Feb 2015, 4:48 PM
Dodom
Dodom
Hmm now we guess which is the most tragic character! I vote android with the bird!
21st Feb 2015, 7:02 PM
Atsuuikakura
Atsuuikakura
Only Blue knows for sure!
20th Feb 2015, 1:39 AM
Skweeee
Skweeee
If Aslan doesn't like those things.. then I don't like Aslan.
20th Feb 2015, 2:09 AM
Atsuuikakura
Atsuuikakura
I'm pretty sure those are contraband items in Narnia, Susan wasn't allowed to cross the border because she tried to smuggle some in.
22nd Feb 2015, 6:59 AM
wnp
Those things are only an extension of childhood. Aslan encouraged growing up for reality. Growing to uprightness rather than self fulfillment.
22nd Feb 2015, 4:29 PM
Atsuuikakura
Atsuuikakura
Keep in mind Shinnas a little kid, so it's easy for her to misinterpret the subtler aspects of what Aslan is about. More so in Tempura Pandas case since he didn't even read the book.
13th May 2016, 4:33 AM
Zimriel
Neil Gaiman, "the problem of susan" is usually cited in this context.
13th May 2016, 2:38 PM
Atsuuikakura
Atsuuikakura
Oh yeah actually read his book of short stories that was in recently, a lot of really awesome stories in that, I also really liked the one that was a crossover between sherlock holmes and hp lovecrafts universes.