strong content warning for themes of suicide and drug use.

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9th Jun 2016, 1:00 PM
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Nobody 9th Jun 2016, 1:00 PM edit delete
Nobody
transcript of the phone messages:
"<- Frankie "WAHOW" F
outbound: It just would have been weird
inbound: yeah.
outbound: Please don't take it--
inbound: i'm not
inbound: seriously, don't worr-- i'm feeling actually OK--"
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Peach 9th Jun 2016, 4:19 PM edit delete reply
Ahhh, I read this comic in one sitting and I dig your art style! Can't wait to see where this goes!
sharp 9th Jun 2016, 7:38 PM edit delete reply
i really love this comic
Guest 9th Jun 2016, 8:50 PM edit delete reply
I've just started this comic today and I love it! I love the pacing and I love how you draw your backgrounds!!
I hope it's okay to ask, what kind of animal is Lola? Sorry if that's a silly question!! I keep seeing them as some type of sea creature but I'm not really sure?? I read on one of the earlier pages that Sugar is a cross between a sugar glider and a tarsier and I've been curious as to what Lola is. Thanks in advance! keep up the great work :D
Nobody 9th Jun 2016, 9:22 PM edit delete reply
Nobody
heya. lola is a snail fur-- a type of hydroid, and a cousin of the jellyfish.
they grow on the shells of hermit crabs and (less commonly) snails. they are studied for their renowned ability to regenerate from what would normally be mortal wounds, like having their head cut off.
Tori 7th May 2017, 8:32 PM edit delete reply
oh. you know, i've spent all this time thinking they were an axolotl?
marsh 9th Jun 2016, 11:48 PM edit delete reply
I woke up this morning and thought "drop-out updated!" and that was motivation to get out of bed, thanks for this comic. :) sugar is precious and relatable.
dirt 10th Jun 2016, 3:41 PM edit delete reply
oh sugar...
Love the lighting and everyone's expressions!
oliver 10th Jun 2016, 7:05 PM edit delete reply
love the pacing and gestures, also this is some of my fave coloring so far. and the expressions r immaculately nuanced, as always. sugar and lola are both very expressive in two very different ways and that's illustrated really well
Kludge 16th Jun 2016, 12:51 PM edit delete reply
Kludge
Woo yeah that last panel really hits close to home