Shoots and Ladders

Shoots and Ladders

That's how to keep a cat from landing on its feet.

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Good shot. I love the cats expression.
I really do prefer your work to Critical Miss these days.
You'll ace that presentation.
Not that it is all a competition for my approval. Which is a shame.

Podi Puss uses Take Down!

IT'S SUPER EFFECTIVE!

Guess the costume also helps with aerodynamics so it's win / win. Bad ass looking AND functional.

Well that's one life down, now they're another octo puss.

We wish you luck! Here's hoping you get that job Lele!

And wooooooo! Go Podi!

LeeLee:

The Escapist's mightiest superhero!

Podi Power! Woo!

LeeLee, you've gotta remember lil' ol' us when you're all famous and successful. :P

I'd probably be going into cardiac arrest right about now if I were in your position Lee Lee.

Blunderboy:

I really do prefer your work to Critical Miss these days.

This. Critical Miss is going weird, unfunny places.

Name Game is great and anyone who gives up a chance to hire Lee-Lee is certifiable.

Podi Puss: The next great DC/Mavel Superhero.

Andronicus:

Blunderboy:

I really do prefer your work to Critical Miss these days.

This. Critical Miss is going weird, unfunny places.

Name Game is great and anyone who gives up a chance to hire Lee-Lee is certifiable.

I'm sorry, but the Critical Miss team wins by virtue of actually finishing their work a majority of the time.

Cats are hilarious to throw things at.

Marmooset:

Andronicus:

Blunderboy:

I really do prefer your work to Critical Miss these days.

This. Critical Miss is going weird, unfunny places.

Name Game is great and anyone who gives up a chance to hire Lee-Lee is certifiable.

I'm sorry, but the Critical Miss team wins by virtue of actually finishing their work a majority of the time.

And LeeLee doesn't finish hers?

Poor kitty...

Marmooset:

Andronicus:

Blunderboy:

I really do prefer your work to Critical Miss these days.

This. Critical Miss is going weird, unfunny places.

Name Game is great and anyone who gives up a chance to hire Lee-Lee is certifiable.

I'm sorry, but the Critical Miss team wins by virtue of actually finishing their work a majority of the time.

This. I appreciate being kept informed of LeeLee's schedule and appreciate that she has endured while overcoming a physical handicap. But, as a typical unappreciative consumer, I want my webcomic as promised. I'm not paying for them (well, other than PubClub). I am not entitled to them. I just want them.

I have really dug the Critical Miss evolution of story and art. It is in an odd place at the moment, but I am confident it is going somewhere. Critical Miss humor is clearly gamer targetted and riddled with inside jokes and memorabilia that only the gamer will acknowledge and appreciate.

This particular webcomic installment is very cute. I like it. It reflects my disdain for cats. The exhaggerated expression and movement amuses me. But, it doesn't have much to do with gaming and hasn't for a couple issues. I'm rooting for you LeeLee. Let's get this comic back into the gaming store with gaming characters and make fun of gaming. Oh, and put the color back in.

It is now the day after your Thursday night ordeal. I hope everything went well for you. If you land a new job, please continue to publish this comic for The Escapist.

artanis_neravar:
And LeeLee doesn't finish hers?

I won't say that I have really been keeping track of deadlines. But, in light of her hand and some other commitments, she has recently had some guest artists filling in for her and much of her recent work has been "unfinished". By this I mean that the comics have lacked color or the speech bubbles have been thrown in haphazardly in grey, or the comic is just random sketches instead of a real comic sort of thing. Some of the comics have had grey wash for shadowing (which adds a lot of depth) while others have just been B&W inked outlines. You could argue that it is just experimentation with different styles, but I would probably chalk it up to lack of time.

LeeLee has explained her situation in the comments of each comic. And I have read them, because I enjoy the series. Hell, I submitted a comic in The Escapist webcomic contest and watch these two strips like a reality show to see what webcomic authors actually have to deal with. It seems to me that LeeLee is very "squeezed" for time these days. At least that's my take on it.
image Getting the topspin is the hardest part.

artanis_neravar:

Marmooset:

Andronicus:

This. Critical Miss is going weird, unfunny places.

Name Game is great and anyone who gives up a chance to hire Lee-Lee is certifiable.

I'm sorry, but the Critical Miss team wins by virtue of actually finishing their work a majority of the time.

And LeeLee doesn't finish hers?

Remember that arc that abruptly stopped 20 comics ago? Me neither because it was 20 comics ago, that's not finishing her work.

Not that I'm made at you Lee Lee I'm just disappointed, I want to know who gets hired at Name Game.

Scott DeWitt follows your work?

Well, that explains why Fanboys has been slow to update for a while.

Also, hanging out with Sam and Jeph should be a rite of passage for any web comic artist.

Now you just need to have a bottle of emergency whiskey on hand for every Con you go to.

Poor cat, it`ll be scarred for life...not literally, hopefully.
But still, good throw, good aim. Im pretty sure it`s very difficult to throw such a supercreature accurately enough

Podi looks like an octorok with his mask and the boot in front like that... which is awesome.

You're getting accepted into the webcomic social circle? RUN BEFORE THEY CLAIM YOU AS THEIR OWN! D:

Just kidding. I'm sure Podi Puss would come to your rescue if things got bad.

Damn she has got a good arm // Also, that is the worst way of getting a cat out of a tree I've ever seen!

-M

P.S. Good luck in your presentation tonight // We are all rooting for you!

I have to say it. I don't want to say it, especially since you're post clearly says that you've got other stuff on your mind, but your comic was going uphill before that whole wrist problem business and I feel I have to say something.

I find this painfully dull. It's not really whimsical, there's nothing about it that's clever enough to give it any kind of charm. It's not even over-the-top enough to be considered wacky.

I'm sorry.

what happened to the comic this week. your almost at 100. Please dont stop.

LeeLee, I hope you're able to return to work on NameGame soon, I'm missing it like crazy! But I hope all your other stuff is going well, I'm sure you'll succeed with flying nyan-cat colours! <3

I don't like cats so I found this surprisingly funny.

 

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