March 27-29, 2015
Seattle, Washington - Isa and Meg
May 9-10, 2015
Toronto, Ontario - Isa and Meg
Wait… I thought she was good?
Mystery mystery. Nobody said she didn’t deserve stabbing.
You know, given the differences in appearance between Living and Dead Ghosty Girl, I wouldn’t be quite as dense as Our Heroine.
Second, yeah, when the spirit of someone recently deceased tells you to RUN, you should get moving. I’m guessing that Miss Punk Hairdo Firestarter might decide to clean up anyone that can see Strange Stuff.
Creepy things look scared and suggest you run? You run for sure.
Ghost! Quick someone grab a proton pack and don’t cross the streams!
XD Sorry, I couldn’t resist.
Just so you know — I *AM* a god. 😉
Uh, Emma, she doesn’t look very “alright” to me… XP
Creepy. I wonder if ghosty girl sticks around or if this is a one time warning type of thing?
Oh my God I am so hooked. *A*
:You know, that would make a good line for a ghostbuster movie / episode.
“Why are we running?”
“When a scary ghost tells you to run, you RUN!”
Now would be a good time to remember the car keys.
I really like the design of Karen as a dead ghost, she looks vey cool (but dead too).
The last panel just scared me so much! lol. In the good can’t-wait-to-read-more-but-will-keep-my-lights-on way.
Normally people would have a hard time reacting to a spectre especially one only they could see. And they aren’t use to seeing the unseen either.
I find myself wondering why the dialogue is written in cloudy speech-bubbles of the sort that might usually imply internal monologue… Maybe I’ve simply become too used to smooth-edged speech bubbles.
hmm…why is Emma startled?
I think it’s Emma saying “Yeah, she knows you, Elaine.” not the ghost talking.
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