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DizzasterJuice 21st May 2014, 5:26 PM edit delete reply
'"Well," said Pooh, "what I like best," and then he had to stop and think. Because although eating honey was a very good thing to do, there was a moment just before you began to eat it which was better than when you were, but he didn't know what it was called.'
40.oz 23rd May 2014, 4:54 PM edit delete reply
I thought what Pooh liked best was to smell like Pooh.
alston123 21st May 2014, 5:43 PM edit delete reply
Honey binge :D
40.oz 23rd May 2014, 4:55 PM edit delete reply
Can't go wrong with a good ol' fashioned binge.
cachway 21st May 2014, 7:02 PM edit delete reply
Everybody just leaves their doors unlocked?
40.oz 23rd May 2014, 4:56 PM edit delete reply
Oops. Yeah. Thanks. I went in and changed the page a little: put some keys in her hand.
cattservant 21st May 2014, 9:08 PM edit delete reply
Transformations require sweetness and light!
40.oz 23rd May 2014, 4:58 PM edit delete reply
My dog told me to ban you from the comic 'cause he believes you're taunting him with that cat avatar. I told him to get over it. He asked me if I loved that cat more than him. I told him when you learn to read, and like my comic, I'll give a crap about your cat phobia.
cattservant 23rd May 2014, 5:06 PM edit delete reply
Seems reasonable.
Ekimmak 26th May 2014, 11:28 PM edit delete reply
I doubt her secret identity will last one week, what with all these blatant transformation clues.

Either that, or everyone will be polite enough to forget.
Firebrand128 27th May 2014, 4:57 PM edit delete reply
You gotta remember, in superhero comics deductive reasoning is a freaking superpower. Just look at Clark Kent.
Ekimmak 30th May 2014, 5:08 AM edit delete reply
There's a slight difference.

You've got Superman, where he's keeping his identity purely through others being oblivious. And people point this out a lot.

But then there are people who get their powers, like Spiderman (and Cynthia here) who get their powers, a few pages that try to cram in as many of their powers, pushing the suspension of disbelief pretty far, than give them mastery and the whole thing is forgotten.

If you need to include an origin story, then try to make it develop the character. So far, all I've seen is that she's apparently so average her mother can give cue cards to her best friend. Everything else, I've simply been told in one thought bubble by Cynthia.

Apologies about the wall of text, I read a lot of stuff on character development and story writing, and that comment kind of switched on a light bulb.
melaredblu 31st Oct 2014, 5:09 AM edit delete reply
With all the sweating you've been doing, you miiiight want to drink some water, too.