Comic 242 - 笑そうそう

29th Jul 2013, 12:00 AM in What Could Have Been
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I have a sneaking suspicion there's going to be absolutely no consistency about Wikipe-tan's rules, in the long run.

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Direction of Reading

29th Jul 2013, 9:58 AM
(Really obvious first comment)

I notice you've compromised between left-to-right and right-to-left reading: two scenes reading straight down.



Jane: What happened there? You love talking about *Discworld*.
Trope-tan: I do love talking about *Discworld*.
It's, well…

Wikipe-tan: Alright. "an excellently executed technique indeed". Got it.
May you be considered a scholarly source?
Xavius: Well, I'm a public figure, so statements I make should be citable. I think.

Fred: It's well?
Trope-tan: I am going to tell you both a secret. I'm quite sure you fully understand the conditions involved in upholding the holy covenant of secret-keeping.
Jane: Naturally. Go on.

Wikipe-tan: A public figure?
Xavius: Yes. To be more precise, a superhero. … but I'm not supposed to be revealing that because secret identity.

Trope-tan: I… I appear to have developed a degree of romantic attraction towards Wikipe-tan.
Fred: That seems wholly unsurprising, and, given hindsight, was entirely evident the whole time.

Xavius: Could you perhaps *not* tell the entire human population about this, despite your nature as the repository of all worldly knowledge?
Wikipe-tan: Of course. I actually *can't* tell anyone[1].
You told me yourself[2]. It's original research.

Trope-tan: Just don't tell anyone, okay?
Jane: You kind of just told the entire Internet.
Trope-tan: … frak.

Xavius: Oh. The original research thing.
Wikipe-tan: Yes.
Xavius: Does it… does it mean that you can only ever know things that *other people know first*?
Wikipe-tan: *Yes*.


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