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14 . by: Maggie 2008-11-20 17:52:00

I think it's amazing that you've managed to weave in so many references to human issues, like the Insanity Defense. This story is really expanding my mind!

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13 . by: Sabs 2008-08-11 21:50:00

Yeah, that's probably very, /very/ true. Then again, despite all of the analysis I can utilize, I can never predict what you'll do next with the comic, Zach. xD

Though that's actually a good thing, in my opinion. :]
12 . by: Zachary 2008-08-11 20:55:05

Hey Sabs, remember, you can't overanalyze NofNA. Even a complete analytical approach won't be enough sometimes!
11 . by: Zachary 2008-08-11 20:53:32

Hi Mai,

Amanita is a Patagonian Cavy (also known as a Mara).
10 . by: Reid 2008-08-11 13:53:54

That Pika just won't leave them alone.I have a feeling he's up to something..I love the way you shaded and colored
this.
9 . by: Sabs 2008-08-11 12:47:37

Hmm, could that last comment by Amanita show some insight into his past experiences...? Maybe he had a trauma involving the court during his earlier life. 8T

...Oh perhaps I'm looking into this with too much character analysis.
8 . by: Mai 2008-08-11 10:21:23

What species is Amanita again?
7 . by: natoon 2008-08-11 07:12:53

As far as a law they broke, I mean. And I meant "trial" not "trail". Gotta proofread.
6 . by: natoon 2008-08-11 07:09:16

Criminals may scramble to use this defense, but they still have to prove that their minds were gone, as our group did. I see another trail coming up to decide who is responsible for the actions of one of the animals that had Polarizing and Rule's "treatment" done on it. Can one animal be responsible for another's actions? When they are in control of a trained vacuous, I think, with this evidence and a thorough explanation of how Polarizing conditions his subjects, as well as proof that the controller was using their techniques, it could be proven so. Otherwise, unless there are people out there with incomplete halos or abnormal halos, a self inflicted halo injury would probably have some repercussions for the defendant.
5 . by: Strokend 2008-08-11 06:52:43

I don't think Syncope was 100% serious when he said "sure." There was a hesitation before and a pause after.
4 . by: Swift 2008-08-11 06:03:00

Seeeeeeee stupid Pikathing, or whatever that guy is. LOVE the next to last panel, with the sketchy color. Makes me think he is make of smoke, for some reason. Cool non-theless.

Looks like they just developed an insanity plea or something..
3 . by: Zachary 2008-08-11 03:29:12

Hi Nobody,

I don't think that Syncope will become a central character, but here, the focus is on him for a moment.

We don't really know who Syncope is; we know he collects bugs, took rodentia styles, likes Fiat, and apparently wants a job in law. But it doesn't say much about his character. So we may have learned a little more about that on this page.
2 . by: Nobody 2008-08-10 23:10:13

I have an feeling that Syncope will be the main character for a little while in just the way you portray him!Am I correct Zack?
1 . by: Tyro 2008-08-10 22:38:19

Poor Synscope, such an optimist. That second to last panel has me seeing reflections of Rule in there...

Pretty menacing concept...

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