If this wasn’t written directly by Douglas Adams, I’m rather certain it was either overseen or at the very least directly influenced by him. From the mannerisms of the characters, to the way they think and talk, not to mention the hypertext on some of the more recent pages, the only thing I’ve seen that is more like his writing is his own writing.
I’m not yet certain if this is an entirely good thing, but at the very least I can say that it is not a malpractice in writing. I look forward to seeing more of this.
Really? I don’t get that sense at all! If it reminds me of anything, it’s Pogo, and its 50s/60s style of comic strip weirdness, but… much weirder. Well, actually, it reminds me of various other old comics I’ve glimpsed that seemed to be more drug-induced. But it doesn’t seem anything like Douglas Adams.
I often worry it is not weird enough! I did take a great amount of inspiration from 1960s comic strips but it was primarily asterix and 1940s tintin until recently, hence the incredible rigid panel and dialog layouts. Since I cannot draw human beings or understand normal people’s lives particularly well the content became peculiar out of necessity.
Heeheheee! I sympathize with that sentiment, and I’m glad your imagination so ably provides alternative fodder.
It had better be a good thing, because whoever wrote it, no one else has applied to take over. Thank you for attempting to make sense of whatever this is!
Your email address will be carried about on a sedan chair.
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