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Tell You The Word
Tell You The Word
8th Sep 2013, 7:43 PM in Some Small Fights
Average Rating: 4.83 (6 votes)
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Some backstory to make Strakh into a character people at least vaguely care about!

OK, done with that. Now on with the actual story.
User comments:
pkrankow
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pkrankow
I guess she wanted to make his life a crazy thing.
jamie59
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jamie59
Bird eyes but not a bird brain.
Sheela
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Sheela
Well now .. maybe she thought the two would match better. :D
Long D. Silver (Guest)
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And I thought that bird was just a reference to Long John Silver and his parrot.
RazorD9
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RazorD9
So, Strakh always has a birds eye view.

Hopefully Those kinds of birds live a long life, I mean would suck to have to go back for a replacement often.
primus0
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primus0
Twisted sense of humor. He is a pirate after all.
Bellar
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Bellar
I'm not sure that's a joke; he didn't say what he did to her afterward.
cattservant
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cattservant
Yo Ho Ho and all that!
Lysander
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Lysander
Cool. More than just a pet or shoulder ornament. I like how the eyes are floating about in the first panel.

Are you still using Fire Alpaca to produce this comic?
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No, I never have. It's got ads in it, so fuck them.
Lysander
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Lysander
Huh. What do you use instead?

That's weird. Must have been a different comic. It seems I read too many comics. I suppose it's only a matter of time before I make my own.
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I use SAI, although it is difficult to buy and aging.
Sheela
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Sheela
It has wrinkles ?
highlander55
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highlander55
Interesting side story View. Explains how he sees without HIS eyes. Though birds view must have been weird to get used too at first.
Bellar
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Bellar
If he control's the bird's head then I'm sure he's fine, but if not, having his vision thrown around by the will of the bird is a serious handicap -- he'd be lucky if he could walk straight with mismatched vision.