Round 8: Day 19 (1 day late)

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(i recommend clickenation for embiggenising for this one)

Ah yes. We’ve had no power in our house since last night. No electrickery means no modem. We’ve got a workaround now, so here I am, a day late but still here. Colouring credit for this one goes to my 3yo daughter Oonagh. Our first online artistic collaboration!

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8 Responses to “Round 8: Day 19 (1 day late)”

  1. Amber Says:

    Oh this is my favourite so far. Love the colouring (yay Oonagh!) and the backwards writing on prrincipal’s door. Great jumping frogs too and I love the dissected frog diagram in the first panel. Well done Adam. I’m really enjoying this.

  2. Eric Dando Says:

    i really like how you draw the frogs in the middle panel.

    this comic reminds me of my friend scot baker who had to go to court for stealing seven long-neck turtles from a petshop and releasing them into the merri creek.

    the judge read scot a poem.

    really enjoying the comix adam!

  3. John Weeks Says:

    In my day when it came time to slice up the frogs, they’d been dunked in formaldehyde alas.

    Had spicy frogs legs last nite, mmm.

  4. comicrehab Says:

    yeah i’ve been waiting for someone to point out that they rarely give you live frogs to kill yourself. it’s usually pre-deaded froggies, but there you go.

    what was the poem the judge read to your friend, eric?

  5. Miss Helen Says:

    I LOOOOOVE the frogs in panel 3! So effective and cute!! Please tell Oonagh that her colouring is amazing

    … again I am craving some tinned ravioli. STUFF YOU ADAM FORD!!!! 😉

  6. Emily Says:

    I love the frogs in their pre-escape box!
    And I too am dying to know what the poem was!

  7. Eric Dando Says:

    i will find out. it wasn’t a poem about frogs though. i think it was a poem about a turtle but it could have been about a bird. i will ask scot baker.

  8. Eric Dando Says:

    ok, scot baker told me that the judge read out a poem by lord byron about an eagle flying and setting a turtle free. i’ll try googling it. i don’t really care for lord byron though, i must say.

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