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Monday, November 2, 2009

West of Bathurst 596

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Those of you who missed the Saturday comic, which unfortunately wasn't actually posted until Sunday afternoon, should hit "Previous" for one more view of Casey in red spandex. My schedule sort of got away from me this weekend.

The Hallowe'en header has been retired to the "Miscellaneous" page, which now has quite a collection of old banners (I've also fixed the silly mistake that led me to give this new banner and the 2006 Hallowe'en banner the same name). I should note that though this particular banner belongs to what is now a trio of headers (Hallowe'en 2007, Valentine's Day 2009, Hallowe'en 2009) that serve as tributes to various pop-cultural artifacts, this last is the only one of the three that cannot be termed "affectionate." I have fond memories of Scooby-Doo and Star Wars, whereas I would be quite pleased if someone should go back in time and erase the Twilight saga from existence.

Monday, November 2, 2009
Panel 1: Rahim is in the elevator in Marie's apartment building. The door is beginning to close.

Voice From Off Panel: Wait...hold the elevator!

Panel 2: Casey, holding a DVD, nips into the elevator.

Rahim: Oh. It's you.

Casey: I'm returning a DVD I borrowed from Marie.

Panel 3:

That's nice.

Casey:'ve you been?

Panel 4:

Rahim: To answer, or to go into a diatribe about how you are the epitome of evil: that is the question.

Casey: I've been quite well too.

Alt-Text: Cross purposeeeeeeeees...these two are talking aaaaaat cross purposeeeeeeeeeeeees...(sorry. This is something of an in-joke that will, as far as I can tell, be understood by maybe six readers. Suck it up).

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