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I think of Shakespeare’s line, “For a man may smile, and smile, and be a villain.”
Great line. 🙂
And here i was expecting a menacing king due to several clues pointing that direction… xD
Jon and Kyri were more embarrassed to see him again than they were afraid xD
Nicely played, Tony, nicely played. :p
Thank you. 🙂 It’s difficult to surprise you, considering how you always seem to guess my next story move. 🙂
So, it is Hexler as in Heffner? It makes total sense now. And is still totally unexpeted 🙂
Yeah I hope the Hexler=Hefner thing isn’t too on the nose. I was definitely going for a fun parody, but also it helps, when introducing a character, to go with an archetype, just so the audience can grasp what a character is all about in as little time as possible.
Suddenly Thunderhead’s dislike for Hexler makes perfect sense. He embodies a good chunk of what she despises (or at least really doesn’t understand) of civilization – a party-crazed, playboy, wealthy prick with servants who lives in his flying castle partially separate from the rest of the world. Considering she grew up in a close-knit tribal society where you worked or you died (and many still died anyway), I see little common ground wherein they could get along.
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Great insight! 🙂 I think most of the stoners in the Stoneverse are pricks in a way — they’d have to be considering how much more power and status they have over the “common” folk.
And this reflects what is happening today in our world where the wealthy and elite, over the past few decades, have consolidated their grip on power. It’s not something I’m consciously thinking about as I write, but I can see how this a theme in Endstone. It’s something that I need to explore, definitely. 🙂
Please don’t introduce a giant baby with yellow hair who terrorizes all around him by throwing tantrums! We want to escape RL by viewing the Stonerverse! 🙂
Don’t worry my friend, I will never do any overt political commentary with Endstone. However I can’t help it if my views creep in subtly (that’s what art is all about, right?).
If art is done right, it keeps us thinking. And you Sir, keep us thinking! 🙂
Nicely played! From the last page I was almost expecting that this guy was somehow related to the zombie-raising dude, but it turns out he’s just an overstone-crazed party animal. Heh!
Glad I can still surprise you after all these years. 🙂 More to come…
Every new twist is just too funny.
Right on. I’m glad you’re still enjoying the comic! 🙂
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