Dude, that’s just kinda impossible. Gum doesn’t work that way, showing up in sticky threads while you’re busy chewing it. Even if EIN just blew a bubble & it burst, the stuff would be all over his face instead of inside his mouth. And all the chewing sounds discredit that interpretation anyway.
I mean, visually it works fine, it just doesn’t make sense logically is all I’m saying. Enjoyed the hell out of the storyboards you showed us last week, by the way. Keep the good stuff coming! :)
Dude, it’s a cartoon with far more fantastical shit than that.
Really? That’s your qualm with today’s comic? TBH, I don’t see how you even got EIN popping a gum balloon, there is really nothing but your imagination that even suggests that….
Pretty sure he’s just poking fun at the critical commenters. I thought it was funny :)
im not gonna ask whats up with the hamburger, but what happened to the snow men?
I don’t get it. What’s going on in the last panel.
The red round sidekick gone deaf for a second. It is a subtle yet deep plot.
Its a tragedy no gum!! Wah! Wah!! Great comic!! Love the expressions
It is a nice comic as a regular comic reader i like it most the different way of representation . Story is good and well . I don’t see how you even got EIN popping a gum balloon
EIN is NOT popping a gum balloon. But if EIN were popping a balloon, that would explain why the gum shows up in threads inside his mouth. If EIN is only chewing the gum – as the sound effects seem to suggest – the gum should resemble a little wad of chewed gum. Because it all stays together while you’re chewing it. It only shows up in threads after you’ve blown a balloon. That’s how bubble gum works.
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