August 9th, 2008


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Discussion (19)¬

  1. Eman says:


  2. WuseMajor says:

    Awwwww…. Hmmmm….The Ghost of a White Bird….Where have we heard that before…..

  3. The Dark Ferret says:

    We’ve heard something similar, WuseMajor, but not quite that.

  4. Archangel Beth says:

    (WUSE Major, eh? O:D )

    And, awwww, cute shadowchild!

  5. Nyktipolos says:

    Well, we did hear about the ghost of a bird, and a white peacock (which is a bird, as far as I know). :)

  6. Ysabet says:

    I keep wondering if the white bird was maybe a white peacock…

  7. Positive Contact says:

    “Honored demonspawn” — only Murai call someone that without irony.

  8. Rista-liehna says:

    I’m betting on white kingfisher, myself. New readers, you’ll see.

  9. Eagle0600 says:

    “A burrowing creature and a ghost of a bird.”

  10. helusanation says:

    It was a hedgehog,(Ganesh story to Digger) and the ghost of a bird, that defeated the demon destroying the land, who’s resting place was 60 ft away from the location of the temple…..can only plant lettuce there now vs. antennae growing toatoes…… :)

  11. Kax says:

    Beth: I picked up on WuseMajor first time I saw it, was surprised you didn’t. ;)

  12. Sorinesti says:

    I have come to the conclusion that there are no accidents in this strip

  13. Sildraug says:

    There are no accidents, only conveniently picked up memes.

  14. Andrew says:

    The tomatoes grew antlers, not antenae. Which, when you think about Herne’s backstory, gives you a hint as to where those herbs came from.

  15. Jathaan says:

    Every time I hear “Little White Bird” in this strip, I think of the James Barrie story by that name… probably no connection, but still…

  16. Kisame says:

    Shadowchild is collecting the pieces little by little

  17. glenchild says:

    @Andrew – Hmm. That’s a clever thought.

  18. “honored demonspawn”: Buddhist metalhead band? (y/y)?

  19. JET73L says:

    @Andrew: Ah, good catch! The “herbs” may even have just been funny-looking lettuce that the trader intended to sell off as an expensive placebo.