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#969: Ed Confesses

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Mike: Despite her being an original main cast member, her appearances are so infrequent I constantly have to relearn how to draw her.

Nathan:  My first arc was about the birth of my kid.  When I got the news, I had the same reaction as the comic, time stopped for me and I had to take a super long time to process it.  I had never wanted children, and the thought of bringing a kid into the world scared me shitless.  I swear I didn’t eat for a week.  Eventually I realized that I would have to step up and try to be the best parent I could be.  Cause it’s either that, or walk away and pretend the situation didn’t happen and I would never do that.  Some moments I was not proud of, but when my son finally arrived I new I made the right decision.

It has also given me the story of the biggest placenta ever seen by a sixty year old midwife.  I’ll save that one for another day.  Lucky you!

#968: Houde Educates

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Mike: I realized I keep saying that “I need to start drawing these pages earlier” specially on days when I do feel like drawing, just like today. And I realized, I only have 32 pages left so that will never change and it’s pointless to even pretend otherwise now.

Nathan:  So each one of my arcs have been written out of something based in my own life.  This one however is not, as it was written as something that Mike wanted to happen and couldn’t figure out how to fit it in.  Since I have a space here to use, I’ll discuss them, and other things, in detail over the next few strips.

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