Yeah, alright. This is PRETTY GOOD. Too much humor though my man. The path to webcomic success is paved with misogyny and video game references. Or furries!
I mean, if you wanna rely on comic timing and quality dialogue and expressive characters, be my guest. I just don’t know if there’s an audience for that kind of thing on the internet.
The sad thing is he’s mostly right.
only most though! I am a faithful member of this type of audience
There is no such thing as too much humour.
I salute you, sir. Well said!
…and it does need more furries.
Furries not canon.
deer princess canon
The number of expressions Suzy has on this page tells us all about her. Character! She’s just the kind of girl who’d blow up your house.
…and then write an article on it!
I like Suzy
i really like Dimitri. i hope he shows up more.
i reminded of Haruhi.
I like how they have the fancy wireless mouse, but they’re still using an ancient CRT monitor.
ha ha ‘Don’t trust the Activity Club’ XD
and I love the chamber of absolute silence, I want one =P
…Whoa, when did the alt text start? D:
Crud, I can’t go back because I must go forward. ARGH! THE ANSWER TO MY QUESTION!
It starts on page 24.
The Journalism Club in Paranatural is like the Student Council in Katawa Shoujo.
I’m so glad I wasn’t the only person thinking this!
This pencil will have to do!
quick question: How do you advertise hair?? Wigs, sure, but hair? Now lets not be silly.
What? No stories about cats? Please, never enough of those.
“By now it should be apparent that Paranatural is an elaborate advertisement for hair and blue jeans.”
This is the alt text
I’ve a question that only just occurred to me… How did a pencil that Suzy throw straight end up on top of Dimitri’s head? The motion blur makes it look like it was pulled into his hair.
Dimitri’s hair is magic. Don’t question it.
his gorgeous ‘fro hides a wonderous secret (a wood attracting spirit?)
panel two was me when I showed my sister this webcomic
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