The former tyrants

6 replies to “The former tyrants”

  1. HumalaDuck

    Sleepy Pearl is too adorable for words.

    (Psst!  Inky...you accidentally dropped the "l" from Pearl's name in the last panel.  Unless we're actually talking about a pear.  That would be cool, too.  From here on out, this comic is called "Ink Fruit".  Or is it "Fruit Dolls"?  Actually...maybe don't listen to my "brilliant" ideas.  Yes...that.)

    • Inkdolls

      I keep writing "Pear", it's not even the first time it slips into the comic.

      Thanks for the heads up.

      • HumalaDuck

        Have you?  That's the first time I've noticed it.  Or I've completely forgotten previous occurrences.  What I'm saying is that typos are written on the wind, but a pineapple, that's really something.  Did you know that pineapple juice is rich with protease, to the point that long time workers on pineapple farms usually have no fingerprints?  And when pineapples were "discovered" by the Western world, they were such a novelty in some places that the wealthy would rent one for table centerpieces.

        "Ink Dolls: Fruity misadventures of Mar and Sabina"?

        • Inkdolls

          Oh, thanks for the insight.

          Well, I was wrong. But I did find "appearently" twice, so searching for "pear" was useful.

          About pineapple and typos, on the recent page size upgrade, I was shocked to find a "pinneaple" sitting on page 13-05 for six years.

  2. Weiser

    Sabina and Mar know Pearl for some time past, but they never asked themselves (or Pearl / Clara) about Pearl's behaviour?
    Probably because they acted loopy themselves ...?

    • Inkdolls

      Well, Mar isn't really Pearl's friend. Not telling Sabina is probably because it's painful.

      Pearl and Clara have known each other for a short time, yet Clara knows the story.