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Questionable Content was much more grounded than other webcomics at the time, and it’s rom-com plot was a big step away from the gag-a-day strips, but its influence was dulled because a bunch of other comics were starting to spring up.In the early 2000s, everyone was reading the same things because there were so few comics worth your time, but by the mid-2000s you were starting to see some quality.But that road leads to becoming Cinema Sins, so let’s just acknowledge that the premise is ludicrous and all the characters are morons so we can move on with our lives. That’s how Leasebound dialogue reads, bizarre punctuation and all.Anyway, the characters introduce themselves as Jaden and Riley, and casually accept sharing a bedroom. The add’ with an apostrophe is baffling, but I also like how “Haha.” is it’s own sentence with a period at the end.Was the chapter where Riley and Jaden spend a few pages ordering a pizza not giving you enough engagement? I built my tumblr following by writing reviews and advice columns for five years, but you went from zero to hero in like a week and all you had to do was say mean things about trans people oh my god I figured it out You’re Mary. You want the validation of the “wrong” kind of people giving you shit. There’s nothing that I can add to it that hasn’t been said by a ton of other people. It’s boring, it’s stupid, it doesn’t make any sense. Kids who grew up in the 90s manga boom weren’t old enough to get scanners and the like, so the first webcomics were Newspaper comics based on nerdy things. Penny Arcade’s success would inspire a million “two dudes on a couch playing video games” clones.But now that you’re the official #2 Terf Webcomic you get lots of angry people in your tags that you can reblog and be snarky at. That’s why you made sure all your transphobic comics had links to your tumblr and your getting pizza comics didn’t. I can post your anti-trans stuff and get the vapors about how bigoted you are, but at the end of the day I’m not the Social Justice Report. Your premise is ludicrous and quickly abandoned to bait and switch people into reading a political polemic (I did skim chapter four, it’s literally people standing around in a circle talking about how trans people are bad like a terfy Ayn Rand novel). A dude saw Penny Arcade and convinced his artist friend to make a comic with him.

Personally if I wanted a cheaper apartment and was willing to have a roommate I’d get an apartment with a roommate in the first fucking place but we really can’t keep complaining about how stupid the premise is we have to move on.You previously did not live in City, meaning you used to live further away from work than you now do. Isn’t picking up a Jaden a tremendous waste of an employee’s time?Even if the club is aware that Jaden can’t get in on her own and is willing to bend over backwards for her here, why not “Jaden, we need you at work pronto.Why would you move to an apartment that you couldn’t get to work from?You’re in the middle of City, and your job is a big nightclub in City, and City has public transit.

Personally if I wanted a cheaper apartment and was willing to have a roommate I’d get an apartment with a roommate in the first fucking place but we really can’t keep complaining about how stupid the premise is we have to move on.You previously did not live in City, meaning you used to live further away from work than you now do. Isn’t picking up a Jaden a tremendous waste of an employee’s time?Even if the club is aware that Jaden can’t get in on her own and is willing to bend over backwards for her here, why not “Jaden, we need you at work pronto.Why would you move to an apartment that you couldn’t get to work from?You’re in the middle of City, and your job is a big nightclub in City, and City has public transit.But they’re also in a huge apartment in the middle of a metro area?