Hmmm. Is Kate the same lady who ate her children and tore out her husbands heart? Valerie is in for a very bad time when Lichtman turns off that fan. I’m guessing it’s all that keeps Kate from being feral.
Because feral fan-girls.
What kind of lock goes chirp?
That’s the button he pressed. Like a very high-pitched beep, I’d guess.
a remote control goes chirp. the lock goes snicker-snak. no, wait, the zombie goes snicker-snack.
the door goes shooof
And the Litchman goes “scree!!!!!”
But there’s one sound, no one knows…. WHAT DOES THE FOX SAY?
Ohh please please turn off that fan
Hoooooly fuck that was badass. And I think that might be my favourite quote so far. I’m gonna quote it on Facebook right now.
4 months later, still my favourite line.
i’m gonna sound like an asshole and i know hands are hard to do , but the hand in the second last panel when lichtman pushes valerie is messed up ……. Great comic though
’cause of his disease, his hand IS messed up. not the drawing.
That’s because his hand is actually messed up. For the same reason his face is messed up. Have you never noticed before?
I was wondering about his hand…(he IS a “he”, right? I never could figure out his gender).
He’s been referred to as “he” before in the comic, not to mention he has no boobs.
Breasts that are noticeable are not necessarily a sign of being female. As such, one cannot tell purely on the basis of secondary sexual characteristics alone, especially as one can purchase silicone breasts forms that give the appearance of having natural looking breasts. On the reverse, one could wear a binder so as to minimize the appearance of breasts. The important thing is that Lichtman apparently identifies as male and that the other characters respect this and refer to him as the gender that he feels that he is. Conversely, would it matter if Lichtman were female?
I do know all that, you know. I’m not really sure why you felt the need to give a lecture. In real life for the most part, and in fiction even more so, it’s pretty safe to assume a person’s gender on the basis of their secondary and tertiary sex characteristics. Of course, in real life, instinct plays more of a role in that, not to mention you can hear their voice; whereas you can’t hear Lichtman’s, thus the need to rely more on his physical appearance. All I was pointing out was that it does look more like a man’s than a woman’s — therefore, it probably is. Law of Conservation of Detail.
Not to mention that, as I said, he’s been referred to as “he” in the comic before. I don’t think there’s any “identifying” going on here, either — I think he’s just a guy. I will continue to assume this until the comic indicates otherwise.
And of course it wouldn’t matter if he were female. I’m not sure why you’re even asking that.
Yes! alright! you are now worthy of James.
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