– I’ve decided I’m extremely unhappy with this page. I was too tired when I was drawing it and I rushed it and it just turned out really bad. Everyone is too short except Medusa dn Cahrles and there are so many other problems. I don’t usually do this, but I’ll be redrawing this page eventually.
– Monday is the last day for the Yeld Kickstarter. I hope you’ll check it out before it’s over! We’ve announced our last stretch goal, an Yeld animation project. Our hope is to produce a short movie trailer style piece of animation both to use as a promotional tool for the game and as a spring board for future projects, including Modest Medusa animation. You can learn more about the stretch goal in this update.
Nice page, digging the heroic poses.
We’ve been over this before. You squish your head. If they think Jenny’s going to waste her mermaid magic getting them down the toilet…
Now for the important question. Jenny is taking Marlboros into Yeld, a land under monopoly of Prince brand cigarettes. Can she afford the necessary duties and imposts or is there quest doomed to end in the halls of taxation red tape?
This panel is awesome! haha.
haha that’s hilarious…
Use a plunger.
Time for a badass slo-mo power walk sequence… into a toilet.
Also, how many real-life years is this quick trip going to take, do you think? 🙂
You have to snake your way through, of course. 🙂
Um, Jake. Major art glitch–did Katie and Jenny’s legs just fuse together? The perspective and pose(es) aren’t quite right. That’s the CtCon AC Staff in me coming out–still love the comic and looking forward to all things Yeldian!
Yeah, looks like I forgot to ink jenny’s other leg, and then just colored the whole thing without noticing.
I saw this on DeviantArt, and I wondered how you were going to fit it on the webcomic page.
It is a little small. This will probably be a too page spread in the eventual book.
“Someone brought a plunger, right?”
They are! They’re gonna flush themselves!
drum roll, please
Man, I find myself wishing I knew Jake in real life so that I could appear in this comic. Or at least was rich enough to be able to buy a cameo appearance and pick these guys up from the hospital after they all inevitably get maimed.
You could move to Portland. Thats what everyone else seems to be doing right now.
What’s the cost of living like if I want a studio apartment where I won’t get robbed?
How is the job market, especially for fresh graduates from college who are much older than usual and want to get into the Human Resources industry?
I just need to find a place where I can get those things so I can support my mother here in this very small, no jobs that pay more than $10/hour, city in New Mexico.
Housing of any kind has become super expensive over the last few years. Job market is poor and you’re competing with thousands of under employed and over educated young people who moved here to be in a band or write poetry or some other bullshit since Portlandia convinced them that Portland was their promised land.
I love Portland, but you don’t want to move here unless you’re already have a secure, well paying job and can afford $2400+/month rent for a 1 bedroom apartment.
I just discovered this comic and read it all from the beginning. Wonderful! I cannot wait for the RPG and the next comic
Thanks Jason! Welcome to the comic!
I mean, it’s a fair question for anyone who’s never traveled to another world via toilet.
And for most who have done so.
That moment when it finally hits you…
“This is stupid,”
“This is incredibly fucking stupid.”