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1 #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 8:44 am

...Jollyjack.



Selling sex to make money of his fanbase, while working on better projects. All that for the sake of becoming "a proper comicbook artist".

I finally see the whole point of this arc.

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2 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 8:59 am

You're looking too far into it

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3 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 9:02 am

cenaris wrote:You're looking too far into it

Actually, no, just making simple parallels.

Other than that, you know what would be a jawdropping twist? To find out that this wolfie\foxie guy is Kat's boyfriend and the documentary about Hilary being evil, slutty, naked in bed and manupilative is now in the stage of editing to flood the internet later. Kat in a kitty-ninja mode filming all that, while the guy was busy with distracting Hilary.

Or Kat being an actual manipulative bitch mastermind, peoning this guy into getting the footage of Hilary prostituting herself, while using Pip as a bait.




I miss the squirrels.

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4 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 10:01 am

Any story worth its salt has a character that readers love to hate. Rocket Romano, Randall Flagg, Bellatrix Lestrange, you name it. We love seeing evil in all its incarnations, and continue reading or watching the story in blissful anticipation that the baddie will go down in flames, because somewhere in our lives most of us have encountered someone like Hillary, and in real life sometimes the bad guys win (at least temporarily.) No argument about Jack's work being eye candy, but he spins a really good yarn, too.

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5 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 10:39 am

Hilary, your going to get a 45. placed on the back of your head if you don't stop using Pip as a workhorse. You have been warned!!! Evil or Very Mad

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6 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 11:29 am

Is weird if at the part Hilary says, “‘course not” I saw “only if you displease me peon” and heard Palpatine’s voice say it in my head?

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7 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:29 pm

Am I the only one that noticed the typo?

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8 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:29 pm

2nd Panel... hunt for it

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9 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:40 pm

I've only got one thing to add to Mr. Third Wheel Wolfie: the totally truthful answer to that question you asked Hillary is: "Not as far as you know." Which is exactly the same answer that she could give Pip too. So, I'd be very, very wary of anything she tells you from now on. Twisted Evil

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10 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:43 pm

My thought was this. "yes she is." She's just more into what's in your pants than what Pip has.

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11 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:43 pm

Nikolai wrote:2nd Panel... hunt for it
No. We do call it a "pay cheque" in the UK.

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12 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:47 pm

TheGreatHibiki wrote:My thought was this. "yes she is." She's just more into what's in your pants than what Pip has.
Comparative biology note: Pip's aviaform. Depending on how 'bird' he is instead of 'anthro', he might not actually have anything in his pants; male avians simply have a vent.

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13 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 3:12 pm

Wow, called it again (well technally BenRG called it & I concured). Seems me & JJ are like-minded individuals.
Can't say weither that thought delights or frightens me.

Anyhoo:
The Old Wolf wrote:Any story worth its salt has a character that readers love to hate. Rocket Romano, Randall Flagg, Bellatrix Lestrange, you name it. We love seeing evil in all its incarnations, and continue reading or watching the story in blissful anticipation that the baddie will go down in flames, because somewhere in our lives most of us have encountered someone like Hillary, and in real life sometimes the bad guys win (at least temporarily.) No argument about Jack's work being eye candy, but he spins a really good yarn, too.
This.
Also, I want to point out (yet again) that Hilary & Scarlet have yet to cross paths.
Immagine it: BunnyBitch has used & discarded Pip leaving him in a state of heartbreak that none have seen him in before. So much so that both Art & even Kat are refraining from the told-you-sos. Scarlet walks in, sees Pip, has the situation explained to her...



"She hurt Pippy. She must pay"



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14 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 3:14 pm

cenaris wrote:
Nikolai wrote:2nd Panel... hunt for it
No. We do call it a "pay cheque" in the UK.

Nope, thats not it.

"I'm fuelling his delusion the we have some kind...."

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15 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 4:04 pm

not_cenaris wrote:Selling sex to make money off...

2 f's

Anyways...

Dear Hilary. At some point, you're going to be over 40, wondering why you don't have a man yet, why the younger guys aren't as interested as they used to be, why you don't have a secure job, why you haven't settled down yet.

And the answer is: cuz you're too busy being a bitch to everyone.

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16 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 4:26 pm

Not suprised.
Disgusted, but not suprised.
I really hope that she really gets crushed soon. No physical damage, but something psychologically crushing, something that makes her, oh I don´t know, end up in a padded cell, counting spiders on the walls.

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17 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 4:58 pm

Nikolai wrote:
cenaris wrote:
Nikolai wrote:2nd Panel... hunt for it
No. We do call it a "pay cheque" in the UK.

Nope, thats not it.

"I'm fuelling his delusion the we have some kind...."

I guess it's also called "fuelling" instead of "fueling" in the UK. Just now, as I typed it with two l's, it got the red underline in this Yankee browser. Two nations separated by a common language.

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18 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Tue Sep 11, 2012 5:13 pm



I'm still expecting something a little more sinister.

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19 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Wed Sep 12, 2012 1:47 am

Doesn't even respect the guy enough to stop smiling as she says it. Even Pip hasn't gotten that much non-respect from her.

...yet.

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20 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Wed Sep 12, 2012 3:18 am

Of course she will you Dumb Ass, as soon as she no longer needs you. Goddess, talk about deluded and airheaded. What a Himbo.

And hopefully, Bitchass will end up working at the shop while Pip moves on with his online business picking up, leaving her well used Ass behind.

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21 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Wed Sep 12, 2012 6:53 am

I'm now of the opinion that Pip doesn't need to destroy her. Rather, it would be much more delightful if, under these circumstances, that the manipulator gets manipulated. If Pip could somehow obtain from her the money that she has made while he covered for her, and get her to hand said money over willingly...

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22 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Wed Sep 12, 2012 7:05 am

Sylentknight wrote:I'm now of the opinion that Pip doesn't need to destroy her. Rather, it would be much more delightful if, under these circumstances, that the manipulator gets manipulated. If Pip could somehow obtain from her the money that she has made while he covered for her, and get her to hand said money over willingly...

Not how charity shops work. You don't get paid working in a charity shop. Pip would effectively be stealing money from the till. He just needs to release those old photos or not work her shifts, and then she gets screwed either way.

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23 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Wed Sep 12, 2012 7:57 am

If he's not getting paid...then why is he working there? And what of the whole "Pay Cheque" reference mentioned in panel two? That is what I'm using for reference. Not taking money from the store.

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24 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:01 am

cenaris wrote:
Sylentknight wrote:I'm now of the opinion that Pip doesn't need to destroy her. Rather, it would be much more delightful if, under these circumstances, that the manipulator gets manipulated. If Pip could somehow obtain from her the money that she has made while he covered for her, and get her to hand said money over willingly...

Not how charity shops work. You don't get paid working in a charity shop. Pip would effectively be stealing money from the till. He just needs to release those old photos or not work her shifts, and then she gets screwed either way.

You do get paid. I know someone that has to work in one.

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25 Re: #796: So, the prototype for Hiary was... on Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:17 am

Strange. I always got the impression charity shops only ran voluntary spots.

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