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Well we have had quite an awesome chat in the blog about why webcomics fail. So if you want to jump into it, I would love to hear your thoughts. It’s not about the bean either it is about webcomics in general. There are some awesome opinions and thoughts there.

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Dranorter » 10 Mar 2018 » Reply

Can't believe there's no comment on the "per, son" pun!

idd » 28 Apr 2011 » Reply

Anyone care to bet on who the Black Ferret is? I think perhaps we know him by another name. Both of their luck is running them to the same place, this time should get interesting, bloody, but interesting.

Stories like this make me wish I lived in these times, then I remember that I’d be voted as “most likely burned as a mad man” in my village or hacked up as a crazy person.

    Mercy » 28 Apr 2011 » Reply

    Surely not Siv…..

    Trav the bean » 28 Apr 2011 » Reply

    the Black Ferret is a pirate rogue that sailed up and down the great river.

    As for luck, that remains to be seen:) I too would like to live in their times, yet knowing how the story flows i am not sure i would like to live in this time right now:)

    Myself I would be the underpaid artisian:)

Andy » 27 Apr 2011 » Reply

I like stories that aren't strictly linear, I was just wondering if there were chapters I'd missed, so thanks for clearing that up (or clearing it up eventually 😀 )!

    Trav the bean » 28 Apr 2011 » Reply

    no chapters missed, yet there are always tidbits of other stories:) all will be revealed though in due time.

Andy » 27 Apr 2011 » Reply

Is there a back story I missed somewhere, or will this all be made clear? Cuz I haven't a clue what these two are on about..

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