Comic 146 - Loose Ends

19th Sep 2018, 12:00 AM
Loose Ends
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PeterVonBrown 19th Sep 2018, 12:00 AM edit delete
PeterVonBrown
If you've just come to the comic, yes, it is about the town of werewolves. In the story arc shown here, Floyd (Hawaiian shirt) is in a neighboring town so he's in his human form. A werewolf will return next week.

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Moonwolf 23rd Sep 2018, 6:02 AM edit delete reply
i wonder if he is Aware that he is talking to a werewolf. i mean the fang and Yellow eyes should be a giveaway in a universe were People know that Werewolf actually exist.
It may just not bother him but i expected him to at least say something if he noticed.
PeterVonBrown 23rd Sep 2018, 9:41 AM edit delete reply
PeterVonBrown
Actually I have a friend with a tooth just like that, and thought it would be fun to include. Just the tooth relates to the friend. And eyes can be varying shades. So Jon does not immediately realize Floyd's a werewolf. I can see what you're saying, though. Within the comic world, obviously werewolves are known, but the cities do not normally see werewolf activity. Although it does happen, it's not so widespread that people would be paranoid enough to suspect others. Of course there's the incident that drove Talbot out of his town, and his own interactions. But Talbot's activity is uncommon. In real life we all know bears can come down into a yard and poke around. But folks will have a party in the yard, not really expecting a bear to join them. In other words, it's not something normally on the mind. Rural areas might be more wary of werewolves, but it's not like the movies where people are always on the lookout for so-called tell-tale signs. Werewolves on the whole try to keep to themselves.
Moonwolf 25th Sep 2018, 2:49 AM edit delete reply
okay,might be off-Topic but,
The whole "bear" Thing is actually new to me, since i come from a place were the biggest Predatory animal in the Woods are Foxes and even they are so scarce and rare that i have never actually seen one (just heard that we got them). Would i live in a house with a garden close to Woods with possible bear nearby ,i would make sure to get a strong Stone Wall around it. just in Case. So that analogy does not quite work for me.
but i get what you are saying about the in-Comic world.
PeterVonBrown 25th Sep 2018, 6:22 AM edit delete reply
PeterVonBrown
I don't live with the prospect of bears, either. Just used it as an example, as I've known/heard/saw video of it happening. A Google search, however, shows it to be true. Here in Chicago we get coyotes roaming around now and then. Saw one myself once, in fact. I've also encountered a coyote or two in Galesburg, Illinois. :)