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Alex Kramer says
AUGH I hate when people do this
Rex Vivat says
Why? Why the hell would someone do this? WHY?
Jose Bello says
Nothing like anticipation to ruin a day.
I’m sorry to say I’m guilty of this, even though I hate when people do it to me. However, most times, I don’t even tell the person what it is. I can’t say why others do this, but I tend to do it because I get the vibe that the other person isn’t all that interested, anyway. Least, that’s what my anxiety tells me.
Lilit Lobos says
Now I am going to be awake all night with anxiety over what the problem might be. Thanks Clay?
The sequel to this comic is actually already drawn and ready to go up, trust me, it is nothing of importance to the listener.
Amanda Licorne says
Rebecca McDowell says
So much this.
Felis Dee says
That’s cruel and unusual punishment, is what that is!
Paul Lamb says
This very thing happened to me at work yesterday. My boss wanted to talk with me before I left for the day. Had me worried all day. (Turned out to be nothing, but it was not a fun day. Well, it’s never a fun day at work anyway.)
Yaron Kaplan says
Did you change anything in the drawing process? It looks much smoother now… as if it’s scanned from a book. Also Rosella (depressed #23) looks very pretty.
depression comix says
This comic was inked and coloured in Photoshop, the first strip I’ve posted so far having done that. It removes a lot of the jitter in my hand (I have a very bad shake). Rosella is the Cassandra depressed person, because of her natural prettiness and the effort she puts into her appearance no one takes her depression seriously.
Elie Hirschman says
I honestly like it better jittery. Feels more real and raw, which is always a plus for your comic.
Heather Bufkin says
I haaaaaaaaate when people do this.
Racheal Cooke says
Its the worst. I never let it slide.
Doug Keipp says
“Something you need to know about that could be killing your children. On tonight’s news at 11”
This one doesn’t only apply to people with depression. I think everyone hates this.
It’s not so much as hate as when it’s done to people who experience anxiety it really does put everything on full stop. People with anxiety deal with ambiguity and uncertainty far more poorly than non-sufferers and this strip is a warning not to introduce any ambiguity into people’s lives — especially those who suffer from anxiety.
Amanda Licorne says
OMG I would hate this so much! At least tell me if it’s about me or not!