Gahh, the card. He’s too cute.
Anyways, Ben looks… well, he looks sad. But in the last panel he looks happy when he’s talking about Emma. Is it possible that he could have a fancy for her? It’d make sense considering they’re close friends.
Poor Ben, he’s basically shackled to a toddler with combat prowess.
Ladies, on three
3… Auww. :3
Fred the card’s face in panel three is too adorable.
You know, with Fred’s fixation on Eileen, she might have pulled off that Lima syndrome. She’ll be ecstatic if it is so.
Aww, Fred is so adorable :3
I love you, Fwed.
Also, I just noticed his nose is heart-shaped as well. ♥
Just how much of an age difference is between the two sisters? 10 years, maybe? Emma looks pretty old already on that picture.
Eight years. When Namesake begins, Emma is 23 and Elaine is 15.
Which implies that this is going to take a while…
Though, to be fair for Jack, maybe it really does only take a few days for most stories. Emma doesn’t really conform to most anything though
Well, respect to Emma for raising her sister. Did a pretty good job too. Given the way te card is reacting, I wonder if there’s something interesting about Elaine. Just because we’ve seen Alice, doesn’t mean there aren’t other Namesakes involved with Wonderland. And damn it I’m still wondering about the person / thing that’s buying Names.
Card-man is starting to annoy me. I know that this is going against the general grain of the responses, but I feel in sympathy with Ben here.
I wonder if he really understands what Ben is saying. He seems to be picking up on names pretty fast.
What’s “carspira”? Is that supposed to be “conspiracy”?
And why is the card interested in the picture?
I sense there’s more to to the story here…
For some reason, I was thinking Emma was the younger sister. I think I missed something somewhere.
I never gave “Fred’s” pointy nose much thought before other than to go, ‘huh. pointy-nose, interesting choice.’
Then I looked at panel ten and it all~ made sense. heart-shaped XD
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