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Arc #34: The Adventures of Stripe 
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Post Arc #34: The Adventures of Stripe
Alright, new arc. Dealing with Stripe this time, it seems.

Rick, why are you crushing my dreams of becoming a graphic novelist/comic book artist? :(

Seriously, that's what I want to do with my life

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Wow. i certainly been missing out. *pays for the missing issues*

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Yay Spot or in this case Stripe this should be good.

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This arc is going to the cats.

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Yay! A Supercat soon! :mrgreen:

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Post Re: Arc #34: The Adventures of Stripe
Wow, a new arc already? This must be good if Rick was eager enough to not take a break with one-offs. Or perhaps he didn't want to draw.

Sounds like someone's annoyed by comic books a little bit. I want to see what Bat-Bat looks like. Fan art, anyone?

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Who wants a gallon of coffee in exchange for cleaning up today's comic for the translations?

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......

He's still wearing the dress.....

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Rick have I said lately how much I love your comic commentary?

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"DORK"

Rick certainly likes that word does he not?

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Only dorks notice things like that

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Ebly wrote:
Only dorks notice things like that

I deny your claims.

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I bet Stripe's superpower is common sense!

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On the other hand she is sort of getting into the whole illogical hero thing, what with ignoring what jim-jim said

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But she made a lot of sense before! ......

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...... I think, I don't really remember now.

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she did yes but you obviously have not been keeping up with the latest issues

so we're going to shun you as a Spot (Superdog) fan

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I don't see what Stripe could possibly do! She shouldn't even be out there! She needs to go back and stay in the kitchen where she belongs!

I don't mean that.


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Obviously Peanut saw the caricature that dude made of Joey.

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On the other hand she is sort of getting into the whole illogical hero thing, what with ignoring what jim-jim said
Spot threw her the idiot ball.

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But she made a lot of sense before!

They derailed her character further and further since "Showdown Of Infinite Crises".

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Heh, so much discussion over this.

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Stripe has super powers? This should be good.


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Spoiler,
Jim-Jim will get super powers, Karma rule #3

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Why is Stripe so mean all the sudden? :[

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Jim is actually Bat-Bat's sidekick. That's why he's The Scrappy.

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I don't see what Stripe could possibly do! She shouldn't even be out there! She needs to go back and stay in the kitchen where she belongs!

I don't mean that.


And afterwards, the spankings.

It's only what any freedom-loving American would do, right?

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Don46 wrote:
I don't see what Stripe could possibly do! She shouldn't even be out there! She needs to go back and stay in the kitchen where she belongs!

I don't mean that.


And afterwards, the spankings.

It's only what any freedom-loving American would do, right?

Right. After all, the pinnacle of the Super hero age was the 50's. :3

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Don46 wrote:
I don't see what Stripe could possibly do! She shouldn't even be out there! She needs to go back and stay in the kitchen where she belongs!

I don't mean that.



That is so 19th and 20th Centuries ago.


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rickgriffin wrote:
Don46 wrote:
I don't see what Stripe could possibly do! She shouldn't even be out there! She needs to go back and stay in the kitchen where she belongs!

I don't mean that.

And afterwards, the spankings.

It's only what any freedom-loving American would do, right?

Not to forget that she will eventually hook up with Spot, lose her powers and get stuffed in his fridge by a random villain.

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Not to forget that she will eventually hook up with Spot, lose her powers and get stuffed in his fridge by a random villain.

D:

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Post Re: Arc #34: The Adventures of Stripe
There is much win to be found here in this thread, today. You have no idea how much I love you guys right now. If Stripe is to save Spot, I can only imagine the astronomically epic win that will be this arc.


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Sinder wrote:
Liam wrote:
Not to forget that she will eventually hook up with Spot, lose her powers and get stuffed in his fridge by a random villain.

D:

Why do I believe this to be absolutely true?

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I'm looking forward to seeing Bat-Bat ^^

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Soooo, is Jim-jim a parody of Jimmy Olsen from Superman?

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I'm not really excited for a whole arc about Spot the Superdog . . .

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I'm not really excited for a whole arc about Spot the Superdog . . .


It's only going to last about as long as the others, silly. I MIGHT go a little bit longer (four or five updates) but it's not going to be a month, that's for sure.

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I'm excited to see more Stripe. Because despite the constant correction, I totally believe she's a cat. And cats are awesome. :P


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Rick draws with a tablet right? So I wonder how he gets those notebook lines in...

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well not everything has to be hand-drawn, silly

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well not everything has to be hand-drawn, silly

If he draws in a tablet don't you mean digitally? I'm just wondering cause if it is hand drawn the outlines are really nice. I think it's my scanner that messes mine up..

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Shyanne wrote:
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well not everything has to be hand-drawn, silly

If he draws in a tablet don't you mean digitally? I'm just wondering cause if it is hand drawn the outlines are really nice. I think it's my scanner that messes mine up..

I do mean digitally. You still draw with your hand when you use a tablet! *giggles*

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