Comic 375 - Psychopath

26th May 2013, 11:52 PM in Ch 15: The January Girl
Psychopath
Average Rating: 4.67 (6 votes)
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Jocelyn 26th May 2013, 11:52 PM edit delete
Jocelyn
Poor Chanel. She can’t seem to win with anybody today. Did Brett not hear the gossip, or is he just more bothered by sounds than talking?

It only occurred to me just now that Brett’s book vanished in the final panel. If we’re being honest, that’s just an oversight on my part. If you’d like a more amusing angle, you could always envision that Brett swiped it off the table in a fit of rage before telling his partner to cut out that racket. Although, at this point, it’s a little hard to think that this guy is capable of an emotion as strong as rage. XD

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j-eagle12212012 27th May 2013, 12:19 AM edit delete reply
j-eagle12212012
The title of this update had me worried I thought he was a crazy psycho lol
Jadelynn 27th May 2013, 2:46 AM edit delete reply
Jadelynn
The book is still floating up in the air because of the minifit he had in between panels.
Marlee-The-Creator 27th May 2013, 4:10 AM edit delete reply
Marlee-The-Creator
Nuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
I've finally caught up. I've been reading this comic for the past three days. I knew I shouldn't have read like 100 pages a day. ): This is just so good though! You've done so well in telling such a complex story with such sensitive subjects!
Some Ed 13th Jun 2017, 2:45 PM edit delete reply
Brett just used his psychopathic powers to make the book invisible.

Reminds me of when the rumor went around my high school that I was a psychopath, and a bunch of kids started worrying that I'd read their minds. (My parents made the mistake of taking me to a psychologist who diagnosed every patient with psychopathy, for kickbacks from the drug manufacturers. Diagnosing me that way was one of his unraveling mistakes, as nobody who understood the term believed the diagnosis, including several people with the right influence to open an investigation. Yes, obvious things wrong with me. But the guy who's kind to a fault and has the patience of a saint is very definitely not psychotic. Not that psychotic people couldn't attempt that ruse, just that they couldn't manage to pull it off.)
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