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04 January 2008



the Yarn is great. The Black was brilliant, but the latest 'bout Jayne's mother is fantastic :].

I'm sitting here in Poland, and I feel like I'm the only one fan of FF and Serenity. This Page is great, want more :P.


None of the links to the comics work for me...

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Kirsty: It's probably just a temporary glitch at Webcomics Nation, where the comics are hosted. (It happens every once in a while.)

Fox Cutter

Thanks for posting the links, they are some wonderful comics. I talked about Notes on a Fridge on my blog (, and gave you a link back for being such a great source of such things.


You are really good, making comics like this.

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