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Sep 25, 2004 | 3:01 AM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place September 26, 2004

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Well here it is, this is part 1 of thicker than water a 58 page comic about me growing up. some of you may have read the origional on my site thisisacryforhelp.com.

The names had to be changed because my fathers wife threatened a lawsuit but that's life.

everything in this comic is based on real events.

UPDATE:
A lot of people are lost on the significance of the dead bird, the dead bird represents my other side, my inner doubt and self destructive nature. that aspect of the comic will become more apparent as the series grows.

-Edmund

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Th-eTh-e

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars September 25, 2004

I am not a fan of comics...

...nor do I feel that comics belong on a Flash Portal. It is a good comic book, though. Maybe you should push for NG comics.



Darwin7Darwin7

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 25, 2004

That was great.

I didn't think it was like Calvin and Hobbes. The author of Calvin and Hobbes mostly uses his characters to make points. Thicker than Water seems to be more about the characters than anything. I like Eddy's personality and how much tension there is between him and his sister. I also like how you use Eddy's real dad. He makes homophobes look stupid. Then he makes them seem even stupider when you get to see his thoughts. Great cartoons.



SonictheVampireSonictheVampire

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 25, 2004

Interesting strip

Some of it was much funnier than other parts of it, I wasn't laughing the entire time, some of it I was just feeling bad. Overall the strip is good and it looks like a lot of effort went into it, I'd like to read more.


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JadeTheAssassinJadeTheAssassin

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 25, 2004

Reminds me so much of something..

Like Calvin and Hobbes. Phenomenal piece of work, I must say. Nonetheless, it seems like you have a pretty dysfunctional family. Your work is adorable, but so deep. Like Calvin and Hobbes.
Are you sure you're not Bill Watterson in disguise??? *shifty eyes*
Perfect work, can't wait to see more.



HeadSkimHeadSkim

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 25, 2004

hahahaha

That was funny stuff man, I liked it a lot. There were a few typos, but it was funny enough for it not to matter. Keep up the good work, I'm looking forward for more.


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