Ch12 - p71


July 7, 2017, at 12:00 AM

In addition to being NSFW this page is not safe for anyone who isn't an enormous nerd. But at least Quigley has moved on from being politically offensive to being offensive towards the religious which I'm certain will generate much less controversy in the comment section.
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Comments

  1. Can a whiff of mist hurt?
    Also, THESE cannot be too HARD, since they bend, rather than simply deflect sideways. Feeble! No wonder Minnow prefers Kasslynites. Now that is real HARDNESS! Not to mention powerful jets of effervescent seed...
    Mad'Monster'Maniac on
  2. more than anything else, more than the flashbacks, THIS page is incontrovertible proof that duane is a dad.
    ash on
  3. @Ashley: "moved on from being politically offensive to being offensive towards the religious which I'm certain will generate much less controversy in the comment section"

    Oh really? Try us!

    I wonder if Minnow keeps her "kasslinito-sexuality" to herself. Given the stormbringers' wet noodles of erections, she would get A LOT of competition in the field of her sexual preferences, had other waterwomen found out what they are missing.
    Mad'Monster'Maniac on
  4. sette would be so proud....
    .... on
  5. @Yuri: "You people are so full of shit and hot air, too much wit and not enough common sense and knowledge in my opinion. What is it about this comic that attracts such types?"

    Wow! What a broadside against the entire fandom!
    Then what such a paragon of common sense and knowledge as yourself does in such a wretched hovel as this comment section?
    ...Does your online nickname reflect your tastes in manga?
    Mad'Monster'Maniac on
  6. I think this has to be my favourite page so far. Not for the storm sausages, but for Duane's dad jokes!
    Spiffy on
  7. It's okay, Quigley. You can admit you found it funny. We've all laughed at spectacularly lame dad jokes from time to time.

    It's both kind of sad and heartening to hear Duane talk about the Aldish ideal.

    Interesting to hear Quigley talk about hope hated the Ssaelit are by Aldish Gefender. It could be that he's exaggerating, but if not, could it be a recent thing? Caused, in part, by the assasination of the man he's talking to?

    Jim Handy on
  8. Well. That's a lot of penis.
    Holaved on
  9. A literal fogbank of cock shafts and labias...hmm. So I'm guessing you're a fan of Patton Oswalt?
    Narratorway on
  10. Dad Duane is best Duane.
    Nlinggod on
  11. Punny Duane is my new favorite Duane. ...Please do use it sparingly, though. I'd hate to see it go south.
    Emmett on
  12. Cloud dong windshield wipers. Oh the things only ever seen in this comic (that then cannot be unseen...) Bravo, Ashley Cope XD
    Roo on
  13. This whole storm forced conversation reminds me of the old sci fi movie Enemy Mine.
    Mistwraith on
  14. Looks like the stormboys want in, in more than one sense, and it is only Uaid's shield that prevents that. Makes me worry what Kasslynite sailors undergo when caught in a storm out at sea without such luxurious protection. Of course, they say, spend enough time out at sea, and one's inhibitions toward that sort of thing rather diminishes. Maybe the sailors like it?
    The Gorram Batguy on
  15. I'm also rather amused at the idea that all of Earth's low-brow culture, lowly Internet memes included, find analogues in Sharteshane.
    The Gorram Batguy on
  16. Considering how full of noose imagery the previous arc was, this is a rather unusual sight, to see such things swaying in the breeze...
    TachyonCode on
  17. @Jim Handy- 'Interesting to hear Quigley talk about hope hated the Ssaelit are by Aldish Gefender. It could be that he's exaggerating, but if not, could it be a recent thing? Caused, in part, by the assasination of the man he's talking to?' Couldn't be if he's not exaggerating, Quigs is 20 something ish, and Duane's only been dead six years or so. I'd say its more Quigley's tendency to blame his own poor decisions on everyone else- I mean, Duane sure didn't tell him to join up with Starfish and company.
    Cuban_Pete on
  18. I wonder how far Duane would go to change about alderode, aside from the segregation. Also, I am so glad this comic has equal opportunity nudity. Pie and sausage for all 8D
    Vic on
  19. Sums things up quite well. Land, sea, and air: just a bunch of dicks.
    Catulus on
  20. This was one of the funniest pages I've seen since the early days of the trek. Quigley seems more human. If anyone is upset by the religious discussion those two are having, they must have missed the fifty pages preceding where the two debate a similar theme.
    Zepp on
  21. I'm confused by everyone's familiarity with Minnow. When did she show up before the current storyline? Is she from a side project or something
    dxas on
  22. @dxas, don´t worry I´m just as confused. Minnow, I think, is kinda a side concept that came into this comic. I think you may find bits and bits of information about the character around in Ashley jounal (tumblr?). There´s that Unsounded wiki too.
    Luchucholo on
  23. Don't worry about controversy in the comments section. If I may say so, I avoid the hell out of it because just knowing some of your commenters exist makes me want to call and cancel my internet. Your work is wonderful. Doesn't look like you're taking the silliness seriously but nonetheless, support! Keep up that zen.
    hello on
  24. first outright cock in the comic, if I do remember right. I have no doubt Quigley will eventually see the truth about Duane... how will that affect his opinions I wonder.
    99redragons on
  25. If ever there was a time to go climb a wall of dicks, well here's your chance.
    Squirrelmaster on
  26. The Old Gods seemed to be experimenting with quantum uncertainty on a macro level with these guys. Sometimes it's a dick, sometimes it's just hot mist, but electricly charged.
    RyGuy on
  27. I decided that it was high-time to reread the comic and recently spent a couple of days going over it, on and off. It's hard to account exactly how much time was spent, since I didn't care to keep track of it at the time, but whooo that took a while. You've accumulated quite an archive. I want to say that it took 7+ hours??? (I wasn't really watching the clock, so I don't know for sure. I might be way off the mark since I'm a pretty slow, thorough reader). I just know that I feel pretty knackered from it. In a good way. It's too soon for it, but I already wanna have another go at it. This content is just too good to leave alone Ashley.
    LCrawdad on
  28. Thanks, Crawdad. I've had to do a lot of rereading as well as I put together the new print book, and it hasn't been too painful! I've come across things I forgot about that really made me laugh. The comic's certainly turned into quite a sprawl, but near as I can tell it never strays into dead ends or divagations. The story takes its time, enjoys itself in places, but is always pushing ahead. I'm excited for all the stuff coming up. There is one arc left in this first Book before it hits the climax, and we're coming up on it.
    Ashley on
  29. It feels strange hearing you refer to the end of Book 1 as climactic. The Deadly Nevergreen arc was such endgame material, it's hard to think of it as just a hill on the mountain, although it makes sense story-wise. I'm looking forward to it!
    LCrawdad on