November 8th, 2007


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Discussion (11)¬

  1. Rags says:

    That is definitely a three-cup problem.

  2. Richard says:

    I wonder if Ed feels the same way about Digger as she feels about the shadowchild. He does end up having to explain an awful lot of what he feels are very obvious concepts to her. 🙂

  3. SeekingTruth says:

    Woo! Enter Ed the wise!

  4. Leela says:

    Wow, that’s an interesting way to put their relationship to each other. Very nice.

  5. beanjavert says:

    Rags: Was that a Holmesian reference? If so, I would like to propose marriage.

  6. Tindi says:

    I need that on a T-shirt, I think. “…Ed is DEFINITELY needing tea.”

  7. TekServer says:

    That’s brilliant Richard!

    I hadn’t seen that aspect of their relationship until you mentioned it, but it seems so obvious now: Digger is to Ed as Shadowchild is to Digger.


  8. Tamfang says:

    Wouldn’t have guessed “definitely” to be in Ed’s vocabulary.

  9. Edhelith says:

    I’d need tea after a question like that too. And I don’t even drink tea.

  10. Saskfan says:

    I need tea, and I’ve just finished a cup two pages ago!

    Again, I have to say that this is one of the most engaging graphic novels I’ve ever encountered. Thank you, Ursula, for all your hard work on Digger!

  11. JET73L says:

    I can just /see/ Ed mentally facepalming while holding the hot water for tea. Ed->Digger=Digger->Shadowchild is quite an astute observation, Richard, well put.