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That last panel with the lighthouse at dusk(?) is amazing. *sigh* If only I was the Photoshop whiz my cousin is…
I feel your pain. While it may appear otherwise, I’m not a wiz at Photoshop either. It took me a whole DAY to get that last panel looking just so. I was so over it all by the end. 😛
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Bexley, nice name. She’s a great character Tony, I’m really excited to see more of her.
Yay! I was wondering if anybody liked her at all! 😀
Hello Tony, another thought provoking strip as usual. As Bill Shakespeare so rightly said “we know what we are but not what we may be”.keep the strips coming Tony and take care.
Thanks very much, Paul! 🙂
Ghostly apparitions must suffer severe blows to their self confidence. 😦 I dunno why people choose not to see sometimes. I think we all have times in our lives when we feel like ghostly apparitions. 😛
I love that you picked up on that subtext, S.J. I was hoping somebody would. Thank you! 😀
BOO another interesting strip Tony although I am sure I missed a strip how did Ernest die and in what strip. That unicorn looked liked it sneezed more than a yawn if Ernest was not a ghost the unicorn would have blown Ernest out of the room. Great strip Tony.
Hi Stephen! How’ve you been, buddy?
As for the ghost, that’s not Ernest! It’s a young girl by the name of Bexley. We’ll be seeing more of her in the strips to come. 🙂
Being a ghost sucks I see
Pretty much! Poor Bexley…
Maybe unicorn eyes don’t actually register gray on gray. I’m sorry you felt ignored, Bexley. Ruth M
Ah! That’s certainly an angle that I hadn’t considered…