It’s a scientific fact that if you go back and read every WAH strip you’ll fall asleep too.
Thanks for hanging out with us for another week. Have a great weekend.
“It’s a scientific fact that if you go back and read every WAH strip you’ll fall asleep too.”
As a new reader who, coincidentally, just finished my archive binge (blame Wonderella for me darkening your virtual doorstep) I have to admit that this is true, but only because I wasn’t able to finish it all in one night.
Cheers, and congratulations on coming up with one of the most novel webcomic concepts I’ve ever seen. I’m jealous and wish I’d thought of it first. Both the art and the writing are clever and crisp (well, mostly – I’m not a big poop joke fan, but you fellas hit the mark far more often than you miss it!)
Thanks for the great feedback. We’re really glad you enjoy the comic. Plus, you get bonus points for being a fan of the awesomeness that is Wonderella.
Nope, I won’t fall asleep, because I like ’em ^^
Why is Rqalleigh’s Ghost Naked..?
There could be many reasons. I, personally, think that, as a ghost, Sir Walter Raleigh no longer sees any desire to look like he’s wearing clothes.
It’s kinda similar to how Dr. Manhattan in Watchmen wore less and less clothes over the course of the comic.
Super-mad points and kudos for having read the Watchmen comic rather just watching the movie.
I love Zach Snyder (perhaps the only living person who does), but parts of that movie drag like an anchor on the sea floor.
The poor philandering dude was stripped to his underwear for his public beheading, then tossed into a common grave for criminals at King James insistence. As soon as the guards left, scavengers stripped the corpses for anything usable or valuable that still remained… such as some very high-quality cloth shortpants. Most of the peasant class of the age dressed in canvas or coarse wool, some of the begger-types in sackcloth.
I love the art on the ghost. He looks so handsome and at peace in the second panel! Great job you two.
Thanks for drawing my attention to that. Indeed, he looks positively blissed out in spite of his ephemeral condition. Perhaps the most moving drawing so far in WAH.
I LOVE this comic! More updates please
I did fall asleep doing that, mostly because it took me more than a day.
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