In the blue moonlight..
February 26th, 2010

In the blue moonlight..

Not an actual conversation, but certainly the kind of conversation we often have.

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  1. MaxtotheMax

    You guys are the best. Simply the best.

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  2. Muhammad

    I’ve been down for a bad decision I made months ago, this made me feel a little bit better. Thanks

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  3. Jordjevic

    Here’s a thought: Curt’s EmotioBot vs. Curt with a Starro on his face and under the influence of both Enchantress and Parallax, who is also a clone, a doppelganger and a doombot at the same time.

    And “vs” can mean anything you’d like by the way

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  4. Ol' Man Priddy

    That’s some nice, strong linework in that there comic. And softly glowing snow! Pretty.

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  5. Chris' Mom

    It looks like you are wearing a red cape! Ha! Imagine that. TM&TB

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  6. aprilsteeleisreal

    awww. you guys.

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  7. Pj Perez

    And do you often have these conversations while walking alone in the blue moonlit forest?

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  8. Evil Clone Brian

    Thumbs up, guys.

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  9. John

    joel plaskett title?

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  10. chrishaley

    John – YES! For knowing this you are extra, double welcome around these parts.

    If anyone else would like to listen to the song that this strip’s title comes from and what I was listening to/thinking of while drawing and coloring it, you can click here.

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  11. chrishaley

    For the full effect, play that song and go back and re-read the strip.

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  12. lynn

    wow. this one is beautiful.

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  13. Markus Seaberry

    I like this, it was different from your usual strips. There’s nothing wrong with “getting your grown man on” every once in a while.

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  14. Chris Sims

    And here I had Curt pegged as a Slytherin.

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  15. Brian

    @Chris Sims

    Oh, he is. But he’s also the kind of crafty bastard who’d wear a Gryffindor scarf to throw you off.

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  16. aprilsteeleisreal

    Does it make me a good nerd or a bad nerd that, when I read “slytherin,” my brain thought “slitheen.” I thought, “Awesome, Sims is a Doctor Who fan!” until I realized it didn’t make any sense in the context of the comic.

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  17. chrishaley

    The Doctor is a million times better than Harry Potter… so I guess, yes is the answer to your non-yes/no question.

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  18. Joel Priddy

    When I read “Slytherin,” I first thought “sleestak” from Land of the Lost. Which makes me an old geek.

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  19. jason

    sucks i can’t comment to a lot of my favorite websites at work anymore or i woulda said so sooner but this is probably my new fave strip from you guys. when i first read it i was feeling pretty low and shitty and it was exactly what i needed to read at the moment. then i felt kinda shitty again thinking that you young bucks realized this bit of wisdom at age twenty something whereas i am thirty something and needed a web comic (a VERY VERY AWESOME webcomic) to remind me of this.

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  20. lynn

    NEW STRIP! NEW STRIP!…

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  21. Olav the Hairy

    Just discovered this place and it’s as lovely as a love sandwich

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  22. chrishaley

    Thanks, Olav!

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  23. Jeff Pannell

    Reading through the archives now. Outstanding work gents.

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  24. chrishaley

    Jeff – Thanks!

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  25. chudleycannonfodder (David)

    Beautiful comic; read it twice and then read it again with the music. Absolutely amazing. I love it when comedies can reach in and tap such raw emotion.

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  26. yearbook

    Asking questions are genuinely pleasant thing if you are not understanding
    anything entirely, except this piece of writing offers nice understanding even.

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