Triptych: Part I

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Re: Triptych: Part I

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Xuanwu wrote:How do you think he's gonna get it?
With any luck, Heinkel does the job herself.
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For those who still insist on treating vampirism as a romantic existence, consider the suicide note left behind by Jacob Drexel, member of a prominent Philadelphia family who was transformed in 1937. After Drexel leaped off the City Hall tower one snowy night, a suicide note was found that closed with the following lines: "I have been living in constant torment over the unspeakable acts I have committed, and yet I am powerless to stop committing them. May God forgive me."

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Re: Triptych: Part I

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I'm gonna say Enrico kills himself, not out of guilt, but pride about not accepting the mercy of Protestants.
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Re: Triptych: Part I

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I just realized something.

WHY HAS THERE NEVER BEEN A SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER JOKE IN THIS COMIC?!
Vampires can be exceedingly charming when they need to be. They will joke, cajole and flatter, and just when you think, "vampires aren't so bad," you've got a pair of fangs buried in your neck.

For those who still insist on treating vampirism as a romantic existence, consider the suicide note left behind by Jacob Drexel, member of a prominent Philadelphia family who was transformed in 1937. After Drexel leaped off the City Hall tower one snowy night, a suicide note was found that closed with the following lines: "I have been living in constant torment over the unspeakable acts I have committed, and yet I am powerless to stop committing them. May God forgive me."

- Dr. Hugo Pecos, FVZA Director Emeritus

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Re: Triptych: Part I

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flyboy254 wrote:I just realized something.

WHY HAS THERE NEVER BEEN A SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER JOKE IN THIS COMIC?!
SWEEY GRIMM! YOU'RE RIGHT! Why hasn't there been a joke like that yet?

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Re: Triptych: Part I

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flyboy254 wrote:I just realized something.

WHY HAS THERE NEVER BEEN A SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER JOKE IN THIS COMIC?!
(reads latest strip)

Impressive. I didn't knew you liked Mel Brooks!

(also, like the comic. Hope Heinkel survives)
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Re: Triptych: Part I

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flyboy254 wrote:I just realized something.

WHY HAS THERE NEVER BEEN A SPRINGTIME FOR HITLER JOKE IN THIS COMIC?!
When I proposed Marian's return, one idea I had was that she could use her mind control powers to neutralize the Nazi vampires by forcing them to dance and sing that song. Alas, it didn't make the cut, though you can picture her doing it as she escorted Integra.
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Ah crap, two spams in a row. The bots are getting more aggressive. This isn't a good sign.
Vampires can be exceedingly charming when they need to be. They will joke, cajole and flatter, and just when you think, "vampires aren't so bad," you've got a pair of fangs buried in your neck.

For those who still insist on treating vampirism as a romantic existence, consider the suicide note left behind by Jacob Drexel, member of a prominent Philadelphia family who was transformed in 1937. After Drexel leaped off the City Hall tower one snowy night, a suicide note was found that closed with the following lines: "I have been living in constant torment over the unspeakable acts I have committed, and yet I am powerless to stop committing them. May God forgive me."

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Speaking of things that come in twos...I need just two more guest strips. So if anyone has something in their sketchbook or hard drive that they've been reluctant to send, be brave!

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Re: Triptych: Part I

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I'd send something, but I don't have access to my laptop so I've been using my phone.
Besides, the few things I have on my phone that might work I'm not sure how to put online from it.

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I wanted to sketch up something when I first saw the call for guest strips but I haven't had time time to breathe, let alone sketch. :( Maybe next time there's a call for guest strips I can submit something.

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Re: Triptych: Part I

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Why did Integra look surprised at Heinkel's comment?

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Auragongal wrote:Why did Integra look surprised at Heinkel's comment?
Cause the coat is the least of Heinkel's concerns.
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Re: Triptych: Part I

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MEDICAL BULL*BLEEP*!

NO! NO! NONONONONO!

Even for a regenerator, no way is Heinkel making any damn sounds!
Vampires can be exceedingly charming when they need to be. They will joke, cajole and flatter, and just when you think, "vampires aren't so bad," you've got a pair of fangs buried in your neck.

For those who still insist on treating vampirism as a romantic existence, consider the suicide note left behind by Jacob Drexel, member of a prominent Philadelphia family who was transformed in 1937. After Drexel leaped off the City Hall tower one snowy night, a suicide note was found that closed with the following lines: "I have been living in constant torment over the unspeakable acts I have committed, and yet I am powerless to stop committing them. May God forgive me."

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Re: Triptych: Part I

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Ewwwwwwwww.

Yes, my friend! Ew.
flyboy254 wrote:MEDICAL BULL*BLEEP*!

NO! NO! NONONONONO!

Even for a regenerator, no way is Heinkel making any damn sounds!
You're asking for medical accuracy in a comic about vampires. Chill.
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Kazokuhouou wrote:You're asking for medical accuracy in a comic about vampires. Chill.
Touche. But I expcect it in human characters!
Vampires can be exceedingly charming when they need to be. They will joke, cajole and flatter, and just when you think, "vampires aren't so bad," you've got a pair of fangs buried in your neck.

For those who still insist on treating vampirism as a romantic existence, consider the suicide note left behind by Jacob Drexel, member of a prominent Philadelphia family who was transformed in 1937. After Drexel leaped off the City Hall tower one snowy night, a suicide note was found that closed with the following lines: "I have been living in constant torment over the unspeakable acts I have committed, and yet I am powerless to stop committing them. May God forgive me."

- Dr. Hugo Pecos, FVZA Director Emeritus

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Re: Triptych: Part I

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Ooh... Nasty....

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Eeesh... At least we know ze will pull an "I Got Better". Sorta.
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integra might understand, with the story of the coat, trhat another integra is in town

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Re: Triptych: Part I

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OUch that's gotta hurt. Poor Heinkel that'll put a crimp in the smooching Yumi dept, assuming Yumi survives this whole affair?
Who says only the EVIL female vamps are gorgeous?

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Re: Triptych: Part I

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Considering Yumi was last seen trying to put as much distance between herselves and the fighting as possible I'd say she's got a better chance than anybody else of living through the night.
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