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9 to 5 vs Beo vs F.O.R.G.E. vs Koosh and Lapin vs Soggy vs Steph

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9 to 5 vs Beo vs F.O.R.G.E. vs Koosh and Lapin vs Soggy vs Steph
By Lucky Nothin
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Beo
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Koosh and Lapin
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Steph
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F.O.R.G.E.
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Soggy
Final Score: 6.83
9 to 5 vs Beo vs F.O.R.G.E. vs Koosh and Lapin vs Soggy vs Steph
By Fred
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9 to 5
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Final Score: 7.08

Comments (9)

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Rose
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3 years ago
I feel a ship forming between those two office workers... Putting so many characters into a single comic can be really difficult, and I enjoy the approach each of you took! Nothin, your comic just reminded me how much I love all of your characters and want to see more of them, and Fred made me want to know more about taxes how DARE they! Fred also did a great job of including each of Nothin's characters using the kinds of questions each of them would ask in this kind of meeting, and I think that's an incredibly fun approach. PS FORGE's little (minimum) made me so happy XD

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Reecer6
All-Rounder
3 years ago
nothin: this is a very fun set of vignettes! there's something about having naintufaiv interact with everyone individually that exemplifies how all your unique characters come together to flesh out their life. fred: SOMEONE'S TALKING ABOUT THE TAX LAW thank god SOMEONE's talking about the TAX LAW i will file this away into my void politics document IMMEDIATELY

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snager
All-Rounder
3 years ago
TIL a lot about Void City local tax law! Thanks 9-5! Also, really love your video game style. it worked so well for this basic story about a room full of people discussing tax benefits. it was nice to see so many different characters in your style, too! Lucky Nothin: I like the minimal color pallet, but the highlight of your comic was getting to see FORGE misspell 'office' and see Steph being cagey and basically the marathon of all these characters interacting with 9-5. still gave us void lore, too! Good job guys! such a nice low-stakes couple of stories after all the arma stuff we're still coming down from !

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Rivana
All-Rounder
3 years ago
I voted evenly. There I said it haha. I love how you both turned this everyday, mundane activity we call a 9-5 job into a funny comic. Fred had a typo but I think it just made it funnier lol "Pyran (Pyras?) Evaluation Center" and "threat level assed (assessed?)" Anyhow good job you two!


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ArtsandGoodies
All-Rounder
3 years ago
nothin: this was just a really cute comic and I love getting to see a bit more of Soggy. Fred: these comics are funny and I like what you doing with this character story wise. I would like to see some lighting or something to help the grayscale pop a bit more in these comics. I'm not sure why but 9 to 5's expressions in this comic are really nice in this.

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TheCydork
All-Rounder
3 years ago
Nothin - This was simple and cute, I enjoyed this. Loved F.O.R.G.E.’s appearance, her going “I CAN HELP YOU” and then jumping in the rubbish made me smile. I think you could have done more backgrounds for the time you had though. Fred - I like that you’re tackling the bureaucracy that a chaotic city like Void would need. I don’t think I’ve seen anyone else look at Arma from this angle, for instance, and it’s interesting. I liked this better than your last 3D comic as the humour here worked for me, but I still find the stiffness and greyscale lets it down.