Father’s Keeper

SPX was a whirlwind blast of a show! I plan to do a full write-up on the blog in the next day or two, but I know you’re here for the comic – so here are the pencils to tide you over.

Inks and colors will happen in a few hours. Stop back when you get a chance. And to celebrate my return, I will award one lucky commenter a PC Weenies sticker. All you have to do is share your thoughts on the latest storyline. One random commenter will get themselves a free sticker (a $5 value!) shipped anywhere in the world.



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  • AdamReply
    September 17, 2012 at 9:36 am

    Looking forward to the write-up. Though it seems everyone is going to conventions except me.

    I’m loving this storyline so far, and can’t wait to see what happens when the “real” Bob escapes (unless you’ve got something different planned).

    I would have thought Pam would have realised that something is wrong with Bob, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the real Bob regularly forgot important dates, and maybe even called her “Ethel” a couple times :)

  • ByronReply
    September 17, 2012 at 10:00 am

    I love the continuation of the Footle saga.

    I am just surprised that “Bob” kissed Pam instead of turning to a shinny tech gadget right away. I just wonder when Footle was able to get a DNA sample to make the clone.

    • qkaReply
      September 17, 2012 at 10:18 am

      Off a utensil in the all you can eat cafeteria. No hair there to get it from.

  • qkaReply
    September 17, 2012 at 10:17 am

    Pam HAS to be wondering what’s up with “Bob”. Can we assume Bob told her about the radioactive day at work? Is that finally affecting him? Electromagnetic radiation from all his devices? Distortion of his sense of reality from all his use of those devices? A fall down the styairs and a bump on the head?

    Stay ‘tooned for the exciting conclusion!

    • BjornskiReply
      September 18, 2012 at 3:42 am

      I don’t know. Bob telling about his day at work doesn’t really come naturally to him. He also has a distinct lack of interest for his (non-technical) surroundings, so maybe to Pam this isn’t all that uncommon….

      Anyhow, I am very curious how this is going to end up! :D

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