30. Give a man a goal
Posted on 27th Aug 2010, 10:40 PM in 2. Piranha Plant Laboratory

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Morgenstern 27th Aug 2010, 10:40 PM edit delete
Phew, busy week.

So, a few quick notes. Yeah, Go has heat rays. He's usually too NUTBARS in fire mode to do anything technical, he usually just wades straight into melee--give a man a goal, though, etc. Basically, the better Go gets at staying focused when he changes, the more useful he's going to make himself.

No, he's not dual weilding fire flowers. ...Yet. The second flower's stashed in his belt/sash/thing, so expect that to crop up later. LOL, CROP. (AND IT'S A FLOWER, SEE)

Palma is her last name, if you're wondering.

smbhax 28th Aug 2010, 1:20 AM edit delete reply
That last line definitely deserves a bow-chicka-wow.
Jim 28th Aug 2010, 4:17 AM edit delete reply
Great comic! I found this place by accident and finished the archives in a few minutes. Can't wait til Tuesday!
Sawyer 28th Aug 2010, 4:45 AM edit delete reply
alright! givin' palma some cryptic back story i can dig it.
Grimlock13 28th Aug 2010, 7:17 AM edit delete reply
Ok, we know that pianta are part plant(or look like it), and we know that the lab created a master plant that can control other basic plant through is mind. So maybe all of the conversation between Palma and "Mouth Breatha", as she call it, take place in her mind. He try to seduce her because he can't control her(she not a basic plant).
hurr 28th Aug 2010, 7:19 AM edit delete reply
RedAuthar 28th Aug 2010, 9:36 AM edit delete reply
Heh heh, burn, BURN!
R C P 28th Aug 2010, 9:37 AM edit delete reply
This is an excellent new series. The art style is uniquely fabulous, and the characters are instantly likable and engaging.

I am leaving for Boot Camp tomorrow, and I am really going to hate not getting to see how this pans out for over two months.

Keep up the outstanding work.
R C P 28th Aug 2010, 9:53 AM edit delete reply
By the way...

Don't feel like you have to justify yourself to the audience in the Author Notes just because something isn't immediately justified or obviated in the panels.

The audience does have a certain amount of trust in you as a creator. We are happy to bear with you on a few things, especially if they're going to be made clear in the comic itself sooner or later. If you still think there's a material lack of clarity on something, first try to make it more clear in the panels.

If that fails, *pretending* to know what you're doing can take you nearly anywhere you want to be!
chuck 28th Aug 2010, 10:19 PM edit delete reply
that master plant guy almost reminds me of the gravemind in halo
Zephirot93 29th Aug 2010, 2:00 AM edit delete reply
Harrowed 29th Aug 2010, 5:38 PM edit delete reply
I just found this comic by accident. It's good stuff, I like your style. Story is interesting too.
Torint 31st Aug 2010, 5:16 AM edit delete reply
Awesome comic, I hope you keep this up. Also, may I suggest adding an "about" and "cast" page?
brawl 31st Aug 2010, 7:48 AM edit delete reply
I clicked an ad, and man am I glad, this is an amazing comic. Can't wait for more!
Teachernine 31st Aug 2010, 10:14 AM edit delete reply
I like the comic so far; just saw it today and read through it to current. I have this to say though about the author's notes at the end of the strips. Don't explain things! Let your readers speculate...Let us find out these things as they pop up. Who cares if some folks think that you are searching for plot devices are doing an *ss pull? You know where your story is going and I have to say that as far as I can see...its a very good place. Keep up the good work.
Mythus 16th Jan 2011, 6:41 PM edit delete reply

I disagree-- there are some things that just need to be said to be understood and liked. Especially in a comic like this-- a new comic every week instead of being able to read the whole thing in one go.
Spoilers are not always evil. Only most of the time.
Teachernine 9th Feb 2011, 11:33 AM edit delete reply
I don't believe that you should have to explain everything to the reader. It lessens the "Oh Wow! That's what it meant" moments later on.
I was just saying from my experience that most readers don't want to be spoon-fed the plot. Let them think for themselves ^^.
BlueMario 23rd Mar 2011, 11:52 AM edit delete reply
I see what you did there
MeowMixIsForCats339 18th Apr 2011, 12:11 AM edit delete reply