http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099871/ (or http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0056300/, take your pick)
Hey, those guys on the street look a bit familiar, right?
I get the feeling Nosilla is gonna be this irritating for at LEAST an entire year, given how long she’s gone unnoticed.
Oh man the expressions on this page are just fabulous I wanna make my face move like that
Aaaaaahhhh! So good!
Judging by Allison’s talking to Carrie through the bathroom door last chapter, the monster-selves sound just like their person. We know she’s suffering visual hallucinations (OR IS SHE???). That just leaves three more senses to test: touch, smell, and taste.
Grab monster-Carrie’s tail, Allison! It’s *For Science!* We need to know if you can feel it, and possibly even more importantly, if she can feel you doing that!
…how and why would she test smell and taste?
Well, I felt the need to list them for completion’s sake. Touch is the most important sense left to test, and would greatly inform us as to Allison’s condition. She didn’t touch anyone but Nosilla at the party after her collapse. She stood up on her own when Derek was offering her his furry tentacle hand. http://brainchild.suzannegeary.com/comic/chapter-1-page-26/
She can even try to be discreet about it, but try stepping on the dog-walker’s back tentacle, or shoulder-checking the growths coming off of that red dude in the last panel. Something.
But yeah, even if she isn’t going to take a big whiff of or lick somebody, she should pay attention to those senses too. While it seems to have only affected people, her perception of reality has changed, and she should try to be aware of how widespread that change is. If chocolate tastes like ketchup now, that’s an important detail to help diagnose whatever has happened to her. If soylent green tastes different now, well, that’s an even bigger clue.
Oh, goody… “name that movie”! Let’s see now… “Altered States”… “They Live”… and “Jacob’s Ladder”. How’d I do? What’d I win?
Great comic, Suzanne. Fantastic concept.
I noticed in the last panel, the “person” walking the dog in the background. The dog… is unchanged. It’s still a dog. Significant?
Nice work! I’m assuming you didn’t look at my cheat sheet, haha.
And yep, sharp eyes! The normal dog is deliberate.
But is it a dog or another person who’s weirdness just *handily* looks like a dog? I see through your tricks.
And said person is wearing a leash.
Look, it happens.
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