Yeah, hey! In the beginning they both said Kirra was imaginary and "inside her (Cass) head", but then after they leave Quincy's shop, Cass says to Kirra "he doesn't make fun of you not being real". Is this just because Quincy's a crazy old lunatic? He gives the cakes to Kirra, after all.
Last Panel with Cas clinging to Kira like that, I think there's more to being imaginary, you can't -thump- an imaginary think like that.
Of Course, she could be dreaming! :V
There's the Calvin and Hobbes Effect to consider. Hobbes is (theoretically) a stuffed tiger and under normal laws of physics cannot propel himself at Calvin at breakneck speeds as he comes home after school. But yet, whenever Calvin opens the front door... BAM! So while I agree with you that you cannot thump imaginary things under normal circumstances, I would wager that Imaginary's world does not hold much stock in normal circumstances.
Also I demand a bubble pipe and a chair at the earliest convenience.
When the King's men came and took his sorrow from him, he was left with nothing at all.
There's a much easier and logical solution to everything, of course. Here is the situation: Poor Cass got hit on the head (really, really hard), and fell into a coma. This is all a dream, and in reality, she's actually lying in the bed of a hospital. How's that?
Post by kingofthepeeps on Apr 8, 2010 7:53:54 GMT -5
Hello, I've just started reading your comic, i have to say, it's good. Really good. The art is good, the dialogue is good, i like the story. Congratulations on this exemplary idea. Now, I'm not sure about what it will eventually unfold as, but that story at the beggining of the comic undoubtedly has signifigance, Chekov's gun you know.