November 22nd, 2007


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Discussion (14)¬

  1. The Dark Ferret says:

    Love the second panel! Awesomely done! πŸ˜€

  2. Jelis says:

    I agree. That “Eh.” look is just priceless.

  3. J says:

    Grim Eyes has lost that slurring thing from before. And speaks in larger sentences. It’s trippy.

  4. Ben says:

    I guess being in “hunt mode” has a deleterious effect on his lingual skills. πŸ™‚

  5. BunnyRock says:

    HER linguist skills, i rather thing she’d be offended to be called a him. But it’s a valid point, now Grim Eyes isn’t actively trying to kill anyone her linguistic skills are far better.

    on an unrelated note, although grim Eyes looks utterly awesome in the second panel, do you thing she looks a bit like a llama, or have i just gone mad? again?

  6. Rowanmdm says:

    I never would have thought of it, but yes BunnyRock, she does look a little like a llama.

  7. Mani says:

    Either continuity break, or – the “rrrr” is a growl, so it would make sense that it only happens in “hunt” mode. Also worth noting: Before the encounter on the bridge, Grim Eyes didn’t recognize Digger as anything approaching a “real person”; that may also have something to do with it.

  8. Peppercorn says:

    And since this is told from Digger’s perspective, it could just be that Digger perceives Grim Eyes as being less growly now that she’s not trying to kill and eat her.

  9. Lee says:

    Just out of pedanticism, I’d like to point out that “lingual” and “linguistic” are two different things. “Lingual skills” would be… inappropriate here.

  10. Octane says:

    Her head tilt reminds me of the dinosaurs from Jurassic Park.

  11. Darkond2100 says:

    She looks like a Koala in the last panel!

  12. Murasaki says:

    Yeah…I’d look like that if something I had once tried to eat told me off. Definately.

  13. JET73L says:

    Go, Digger!

    I’d have said alpaca, but llama is just as likely (not like I know the differences between their faces off the top.of my head).

    *facepalm* Those lingual skills do help Grim Eyes get the last bits of meat and connective tissue off the bones of her prey.

  14. BunnyRock says:

    @Darkond2100: How dare a Vombatiform marsupial look like a Koala ! Somebody call the authorities! We have to put a stop to this thing, or before we know it small domesticated feliforms will start to look like cats! : )

    (Don’t worry, before I started reading this comic, I made the same mistake: Koalas are part of the Wombat family, something I was not aware of before started reading Digger and decided to look up exactly what flavour of marsupial wombats were. I had imagined they were something like vegetarian opossums and I face-palmed at my own ignorance when I discovered they are, as you can quite easily see by looking at them, only a handful of chromosomes away from Koalas.)