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New comic will appear on January 23rd, 2006.


Yes, it's a brand-new, fully-finished comic this time! I've been working with the time management schedules, as promised, and it's helped me work the comic into my time a bit better. I found that laying out, drawing, lettering, and inking today's comic took five hours total... not counting the preliminary sketches, and the cleanup and tinting that I did after I scanned it into the computer. Writing the script doesn't even count into the time in this instance, since it's a guest script. Thanks, Baxil!

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This week's comic.


Notes: This is the second Theri There guest comic, written and illustrated by Lauren. Exploring outside of the topic of therianthropy, today’s comic introduces the concept of personal inner worlds. A person who has an inner world isn’t necessarily otherkin, and vice versa.

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Today’s guest comic is by Lauren. A person sits at their computer desk, under a caption saying, “People often say that I look like I’m off in my own little world. That’s nothing.”
A rocket flies by a ringed planet. The caption says, “I know people who are off on their own planet!”
Caption: “Personally, I have a castle and a beach and some mountains. The basics.” The castle is shown, with a dragon in the sunny sky above.
A person reclines on a sofa, holding hands with someone. A group photo hangs above a bookcase and a goldfish bowl. Caption: “I have friends inside, too.”
The castle is shown inside of the person’s head. Caption: “And I take it everywhere with me.”

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The animal design within the brain in the second-to-last panel is based upon the White Mare of Uffington, a 370-foot design etched on a British hillside in the first century BCE.

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Some of you asked questions in the last poll. Thank you. Here are answers to your questions. Any questions submitted to the poll after this will be missed, since I don't receive an email notification of new poll entries.
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Note from 2005: This is a short introduction to phantom limbs of therianthropes. There is much more to say about them, whether the usual kind felt by amputees as shown in panel 1, or the kind experienced by therianthropes. Panel 4 was suggested by a phoenix who wishes to remain anonymous. Panel 6 was suggested by a friend who had it happen as shown, and I’ve heard very few anecdotes about a paranormal phenomenon of that kind.

Note from 2015: Several folks have asked me about the phrase “phantom limbs,” which I used in my old Theri There comics. In 2005, that was the only name therians gave to that experience of theirs. Now, readers were concerned that it might be wrong to use that name for that experience. It’s a sensitive issue, but it’s also important to address, so I wrote a long blog entry about it: http://frameacloud.tumblr.com/post/125287555871/regarding-phantom-limbs

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