Speak for yourself, Nosi!
As much as this comic is an existential horror, it tickles me that Nosilla took time out of their busy schedule to learn about pop culture. Did she just happen across a TV playing Sesame Street or did she legit throw herself down with the Muppets Wiki?
I’m sure Nosilla has watched some of the things Allison has watched.
She might not know much about herself, but there’s plenty she might know about the outside world. Or, perhaps, remember :)
I think its possible that nosilla has watched ALL of the things allison has watched. No one could see her so she was probably insanely bored and lonely most of the time. I’m sure tv would be a welcome distraction.
word. Good observations. Imagine if you’re watching a movie that is just someone’s regular life. Nosilla probably doesn’t need to sleep, either. I think we can understand Nosilla’s poor behavior a bit if we consider what she’s been living through all this time.
If she’s existed for the ENTIRETY of Allison’s life, then she’s come out surprisingly well adjusted :o
Poor babies :(
People, this is not productive. Make with the testable hypotheses already. Step 1 is to test the A/V hallucination hypothesis by attempting physical contact.
That would be wise, yes — but I instead anticipate the scene in the logo, where Allison and [roomate] and [1/2 and 1/2 kid] have coffee and talk it out.
I wonder if Nosilla knows what she looks like…
An interesting question! It’d be doubly interesting if she could only see her reflection during her (formerly brief) periods of time when she can interact with the rest of the world, or when Allison was kinda-sorta-maybe aware of her (like when Allison was knocked out).
I’m also interested in just how far away from Allison she can get, assuming they’re bonded somehow. That distance might even fluctuate, like her physical interaction ability. At the moment, at least, it’s a few car lanes length. But there must be some reason that she’s been following Allison around for (apparently) her whole life.
It definitely seems like they’re bonded. I was going to say otherwise Nosilla would have gone off to do her own thing, but she’d probably still need Allison to figure out where she came from.
Hopefully Allison’s willing to team up at this point.
Given the dialogue on this page, I’d agree that they’re bonded.
However, there exists the possibility that Nosilla recognized Allison’s potential to see her, and having nowhere else to go just stuck around harassing Allison until that potential was realized. Given her insistence that Allison solve her existential crisis this very moment, I’d believe that she would have taken every lead available to this point. If she had run into anyone else with the capacity to sense her and also wasn’t bonded to Allison, I think she would have jumped ships, if only to alleviate her boredom by learning all about this new person like she did Allison. On the other hand, they could be unbound but Allison is the only person with potential so far.
Does Allison’s new sight extend to photos, videos, etc?
Has Nosilla always been able to see people’s mutant selves? Can she *only* see mutant selves? Do her four eyes give her a kind of double vision where she can see both the human and the mutant forms overlapping?
When did Nosilla start following Allison / what is her earliest memory?
Please, Suzanne, spoil any sense of mystery and storytelling and answer our every question! ;-)
“Do her four eyes give her a kind of double vision where she can see both the human and the mutant forms overlapping?”
Whoaaa that would be awesome!
Hurry up, Sunday.
I guess to Allison, in some way, it feels pretty nice that she has someone to talk to about all these insane happenings.
Allison’s a neuroscience major at a degree-granting institution, presumably with access to medical archives of mental illness cases that she can use to further her education. If she’s not the only person who’s had these kinds of hallucinations, it seems likely that someone else would have gone to a shrink and had their symptoms written up. She might be able to get in touch with people who know more than she does by hitting the books and looking for the right signs.
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