A Terrible Confession

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A Terrible Confession

Postby babus on Fri Apr 14, 2023 9:52 pm

I think it's been long enough that the statute of limitations probably gets me off the hook. I actually have kind of always liked this comic, and while I don't agree with all of Mookie's decisions on character handling, the point I read up to was enjoyable. I joined in on the lampooning of it mostly because it was fun to critically examine all of the various elements of a series I felt was mostly fine. In the beginning, I defended the comic, but everyone always had good arguments for why it was actually terrible. It was a wonderful ride, and I had fun discussing it with people, even if the tone of the criticism seemed to be somewhat bitter at times.

Been holding that admittal in for about 20 years. Hope everyone is doing well.
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