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"You see, nothing in the real world will ever live up to what I feel inside. Maybe it's because the feelings I have work only in fantasies, not the real world. It's a way to live what I feel, even if it is just part of a story." is also one of the most confusing.
The story starts off when two American video game otaku — Piro and Largo — hop on a one-way flight to Japan, then find themselves unable to get back after a credit-card-maxing shopping spree.
Its not really any more complicated than todays, but for some reason it took three days to do (Thursday night, Friday night, and Saturday morning), and I still wasn't happy with the result. For Friday's comic, i really didn't spend enough time planning the layout, reviewing the script with largo, dom and ed. The funny thing is, as a result of this lack of planning, the strip took forever to finish.
Today's comic took me four hours to draw, and 2 hrs to put together. In contrast, I took the time Sunday to hash out the script, layout the panels, think about text placement, etc.
Learned most of what he knows about life from Shoujo (Girls) Manga.