Source for scanned ad. [x]
I cleaned the scan a bit, so one could see the details better. The reviewer regarded Tangent Comics as a cheap DC stunt, so I shall refrain from yelling.
"When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Go Shopping" is the slogan for Lia in this ad. I can’t—
((I’m leaving some replies for later because I want to be able to write a good answer to them. If I haven’t gotten to you, that’s why.
At the same time, I’m calling it a night. Dinner made me drowsy and I still have errands left to do tomorrow morning.
Some more progress tomorrow!))
((:( *hands u soup and juice and a teddy*))
*bows in your presence*
*lifts you up and hugs you*
you are verrah welcome.
He’s adopted. Four months old, still teeny tiny. He… uh, doesn’t exactly have a father. I haven’t asked my boyfriend to fill that role.
[Score another one for the ‘When your Mouth has run off from You’ list, Lia. Lips pursed, she linked her hands behind her back.]
That’s nice. You must like him a lot. The baby, I mean, to be able to, like, adopt him! Hopefully when you ask your boyfriend, he’ll majorly accept!
'Cuz Shogo will have a daddy then, one that really loves him!
"They live a few states down south. They’re not old enough to live exactly in Florida yet, but it’s still warmer than where we are," Jen answered, picking off some of the thin glass ornaments. "And I put them on because I like how they look."
"No! That squirrel got in here and, like, he totally has to go! He’ll ruin all the presents! We might even need rabies shots after this!"
“Anywhere south of here is, like, warmer than up here!,” retorted Lia. “It’s, like— duh! We’re closer to Canada, and they’re totally closer to…Mexico! Totally way before the Tropic of Cancer, though.” She fixed her vest, tugging on the ends of her shirt sleeves to cover her hands. Florida — what does Florida have to offer for a native Californian? It would be like the cold edition of moving to Minnesota from Chicago. Once you lived in one warm state, you’ve lived in all of them.
Then again, she was in Vermont right now. Any sense of warmth would’ve been much better.
Poking another ornament, she commented: “Well, they do look sorta pretty! My parents never bought anything together. Mom used a lot of her old trinkets, even if the tree was plastic…” Lia turned to Jennifer and smiled. “We changed to holographic ones later. They’re a lot more eco-friendly, y’know!”
[ i don’t have the heart for this. ]
I sincerely hope so, Lia.
[All Green Lantern received from Lia was a bright smile, radiant in its innocence. She had hope, the kind one holds on to even after everything’s been said and done.]
Teehee. I can’t wait!
Y’know I’ve seen something reblogged about canon characters and I felt like there should be another side to it.
- Just because my character is canon doesn’t mean they’ll get along with your canon character
- Just because someone’s character is canon doesn’t mean they don’t change or alter with RP interactions
- If a canon character alters with RP interactions it doesn’t mean I don’t play my character from the comics. It means they altered and had growth in some way to change them.
- It is not okay to tell someone to change their character back to comic canon when they’ve had growth of some kind.
Tangent Superman’s Reign #1, pg.9. Art by Matthew Clark + Jesse Delperdang