And thus ends the Laura-Only-To-Buy-Some-Spine-Healing-Time comics.
Regular comic starts up again next Wednesday!
Glad to have you back…! 🙂
If something like this should happen again,would Laura consider using guest artists while recovering?
In the words of my late Great-Uncle Winfred, “Donate my body to science. That way I’ll make at least five new friends who will never forget me.”
Even if you have a disease that prevents you from being ‘parted out,’ you can still donate your body to a medical school. It makes better sense to be helping in a classroom than decomposing in some overly expensive box.
Erika’s injury has no affect on my ability to draw, so a guest artist would not be necessary.
I read that post and heard a deadly calm Maggie Smith.
@Dark Rose. Artist and the colorist are two different skill sets. Oddly, it seems to be harder to have a guest colorist match work than a guest line artist. It’s also a bear if they want to publish book compilations of the comic. They’d have to credit/pay the guest, or Erika would need to recolor the all the guest pages.
Now, here’s a question, nay, a CHALLENGE:
I’m not allowed to donate blood for the next year because of the cadaver bone used in my surgery. So, who’s going to go in my place?
My plan: donate what I can (ie what they’ll actually accept), burn and scatter the rest 🙂
Mine is to take as many parts as possible (all of it, organs, eyes, skin, bone, whatever. Heck, if cadaver hair is a thing, shave my corpse!) then burn the rest and bury it. There are biodegradable urns with peat moss and such that you put a tree seed in, so that you grow a tree from your ashes. Perhaps I shall become a mighty oak! Or apples!
Hadn’t heard about the Tree option. It sounds much better than the making the ashes into gems. See LifeGem. I don’t like the idea of future generations enshrining ‘family jewels.’
Hmm you know thats not a bad idea and its an origin story we haven seen it a million times before powers via tissue donation of a metahuman closest thing i can think of is she hulk
Sooo… what does ‘spine sense’ do exactly?
It’s my very special telepathy.
I spent many years being a blood donor despite a dislike of needles. When asked why, I wo7ld ask how else an ordinary person like myself could be a hero?
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