Posts tagged with "Tamberlane"

The real ghost was in Belfry all along.
Page 20
The fiercest of predators.
Page 21
Peas in Treehollow and goodwill towards bats.
Page 22
It's the name of the comic. Duh!
Page 23
You know what they say about assumptions, Belfry.
Page 24
Plink plonk.
Page 30
Henry has abandonment issues; they're just about other creatures being abandoned, not him.
Page 31
It's okay, Tess; Belfry has Protagonist Glow.
Page 32
I walk in the rain, in the rain. Is it right or is it wrong? And is it here that I belong?
Page 33
Mother used to say, if you want, you'll find a way. But mother never danced through fire showers.
Page 34
Belfry better rein in that "if looks could kill" stare.
Page 35
Well, she certainly can't breathe when Belfry's hugging her like that.
Page 36
a b r o a d
Page 37
I feel like this is all just happening too fast for Tess to process without impulses.
Page 38
Objection! She's badgering the witness!
Page 39
You're not wrong, Walter. You're just an ... well.
Page 40
Mistakes were not made.
Page 41
The best part of waking up is a TODDLER'S FOOT IN YOUR FACE
Page 43
That's one way to stop the crying.
Page 44
Tamberlane is actually just practicing for her metal band.
Page 45
As bad as it is to open that, just think how bad it would be to be the one stuck wearing it.
Page 47
It's called a vagoober. Or, if you're being REALLY fancy, a vajayjay.
Page 48
Folding a cloth diaper is truly black magic.
Page 49
Finally, some rest.
Page 50
It's a miracle Tamberlane woke up without crying.
Page 51
Page 52
Maybe Terra needs more practice.
Page 53
I don't know about you, but I wasn't reading at 3 years old.
Page 54
Page 55
Page 56
Page 57
Speak of Awahwah and she will come.
Page 58
The ghostest with the mostest.
Page 59
It was an earnest try. ... Sort of.
Page 60
I can't believe Anthony is dead.
Page 61
Piper is the Worst Cat.
Page 62
There's a five o'clock me inside my clothes, thinkin' that the world looks fine.
Page 63
Let's all go to the river, let's all go to the river!
Page 64
What kind of pokemon are you? How do you do the things you do?
Page 68
No tails for Tamberlanes.
Page 69
The tavern looks homey.
Page 70
So many P names. Penny, Parsley, Piper...
Page 71
The Resident Mob Boss
Page 72
We've all got to make a living somehow.
Page 73
It's my party, I can cry if I want to.
Page 74
Surprise! It's not just handjive.
Page 75
Well, she's not deaf.
Page 76
They're actually playing shadow puppets.
Page 77
Head trauma is funny.
Page 78
River pickles!
Page 87
And then all the river pirates drowned.
Page 88
Oh right, that bandaged foot. That was totally there the whole time.
Page 89
Page 90
Thank goodness for long tails.
Page 91
None of that self-defeating nonsense!
Page 93
Tamberlane is going to get very good at catching knives around Belfry.
Page 96
Tamberlane learned that sign earlier this chapter!
Page 97
Bah, he says. Oakewood shoulda been a sheep.
Page 98
And so we move from Summer to Fall!
Page 100
I wouldn't enjoy raw venison either.
Page 101
Oakewood looks kind of like a drama teacher in that outfit.
Page 102
All Tamberlane wants is Peas in Treehollow.
Page 103
You can pick your nose, you can pick your friends, and you can pick your friend's nose.
Page 108
Perhaps we can't all be wise all the time.
Page 109
Over Piper's short life, she's already accrued over 18 years of grounding.
Page 111
Mom senses: they get you every time.
Page 112
From one animal to another.
Page 113
One can imagine that Piper takes after her dad.
Page 115
Piper has big round eyes when her black little heart feels things. Or when she fakes like she feels things.
Page 116
Cat dad arrives!
Page 118
I don't know; I think Oakewood would look quite fetching in Avery's dress.
Page 119
Maybe, just maybe, we shouldn't have any kind of incendiaries, smoke or otherwise, on a boat.
Page 122
Gross. Vomit.
Page 123
Jason recovers smoothly from putting his hindpaw in his mouth. Probably because it happens often.
Page 124
Piper don't got time for your nonsense.
Page 125
Then again, there haven't truly been any side-facing eyes, even on prey creatures. But hey, storytelling.
Page 126
I mean, with all the different creatures that travel from all over, I figured there would have to be something interesting to study. And here you are! An unknown creature thrust into a novel society, begging to be studied! It would be a great service to discover more about how she's learning and adapting, and how does she fit in and how her mannerisms change and whether she can ultimately integrate well into her new circumstances! The possibilities are endless! And I swear that I read some sort of similar case, only with a crocodile in a town in Nawan. You see, the crocodile, his name was Kashi, he was a feral kit, grew up in the woods, and his whole case was just so fascinating! And I see so many parallels here, and can you imagine what sort of valuable information we can glean from such a unique case? Because not only is she some kind of foreigner, but she's completely unknown as a species and we could use more information about the vast mysteries of the world we live in. I mean, what if she's from some lost civilization? Or what if she's a singular specimen entirely? The impact on science and sociology of a long term case study is beyond what I can even articulate at this moment and I'm incredibly grateful for the chance to study such an interesting case and put my name on the map for Sociology and earn my doctorate with this research. I just can't believe such a perfect case fell into my lap before I even really got off the boat! What phenomenal luck! Uncle Claude, you really are a great creature for helping me out with this project
Page 127
I don't think that's how you're supposed to crack a back.
Page 129
Or does she?
Page 130
They have Feelings™
Page 131
She tried so hard, and got so far. But in the end, it doesn't even matter.
Page 132
♫ I'm sick of this life, I just want to scream, how could this happen to me? ♫
Page 133
I have been told that I'm forbidden from drawing Tamberlane like that ever again.
Page 134
An apology? From Tess? It's more likely than you think.
Page 135
Well, she got interested fast.
Page 136
Oops, looks like someone's got the doki-doki's.
Page 137
Who DOESN'T like handpies?
Page 138
It's almost like the crowd is made entirely of player characters
Page 139
Mmmm. Prejudice.
Page 140
It was a lot of fun to draw the snarly faces. Rar!
Page 141
Oakewood's frozen heart has melted. Silly yote.
Page 142
You probably shouldn't give a glass deer to a child, but okay.
Page 143
Glass deers bring glass tears.
Page 144
Page 145
Eat At Joe's. No, wait.
Page 146
Sugarsnap is my furry Sugarcult cover band.
Page 147
Tamberlane: 5; Oakewood: 0
Page 148
The feeling is actually heartburn.
Page 149
Page 155
They are asshoooolio-lio-lio-s
Page 156
In today's episode, Tamberlane discovers the existence of self-mutilation.
Page 157
he Oakewood Heart Attack Count.
Page 158
Oooh Milo got TOLD!
Page 159
Page 160
Dark and stormy, like my feelings when you won't talk to me.
Page 161
Methinks the Follybrook folk are a mistrustful lot.
Page 163
Oakewood should probably take a break before he needs a new blood pressure med.
Page 164
So many faces!
Page 174
That's gonna leave a stain.
Page 177
Ow. Right in the feels.
Page 179
Tfw you're struck by the heart-deep pain of potential loss from the possibility of sending your orphan critter away to die in the wilderness, lest you have to abandon the only family you've ever known.
Page 180
An apple a day keeps the teacher at bay. And with sharp teeth like that, you want her to stay happy!!
Page 181
Come on, Callie, you gotta take control of your class!
Page 182
[The distant sound of being alone]
Page 183
Page 4:04, not found!
Page 184
How do you explain the unexplainable?
Page 185
And why is it called something so dumb and nondescript?
Page 186
Insert amusing caption here. Sorry, I'm tired lol.
Page 187
Throwin' around the 'T' word all casual like.
Page 189
Page 190
I like hurting my audience. Mwahaha.
Page 191
So many tears!
Page 192
Apparently no one really talks about why we don't talk about Fight Club. I mean, Abroad.
Page 193
What kind of insult is "mudsucker" really? She eats dirt?
Page 194
Use your words, Piper.
Page 195
Oooo, Piper knows the Bad Words.
Page 196
Tamberlane, can you sign "ongoing trauma"?
Page 197
Sometimes I wish I could put actual sounds in comics, just to be able to get across the frantic little slapping sound of snappy, distressed signing.
Page 198
"Yeah, I'll start a fight. And I'll end it too!! From time out!!"
Page 199
Sometimes you don't need words.
Page 200
"We don't solve our problems with violence, Piper!" Typical.
Page 201
Or to beat UP a kid.
Page 202
But the way Tam lights up, though.
Page 203
I hear it in a Twilight Sparkle voice.
Page 204
Because all mothers are clairvoyant, you know!
Page 205
Sometimes it's hard to find the right words to ask, "Am I an abomination?"
Page 206
It's not like that! It's like this other thing. You know, like... you know?
Page 207
There are certain things society needs and that is: fur coats.
Page 208
Hey! Listen!
Page 210
Oakeblep is best blep.
Page 211
Cries in Background Artist
Page 212
What would you call Scott's species? A bunguana? An igabbit?
Page 213
Finally, a blatant reminder that actual animals exist in this world.
Page 215
Fangk you very much.
Page 216
That's how making pigment works, right?
Page 217
Are you ready for your teeth to hurt from how SWEET THIS IS?
Page 218
Now to write and illustrate an entire kids book in the middle of a comic. No sweat, right??
Page 219
Sometimes I feel I've got to (BUM BUM) run away
Page 220
And then Oakewood busts in, derailing the conversation from Abroad!
Page 222
I cannot tell you how long my friend and I discussed the sewer system of Treehollow. Hint: it was a long time.
Page 223
You can't hug your father, but you can make sure he poops in a toilet!
Page 224
Aaa! Real monsters!
Page 225
This story has a 20% likelihood of being less depressing than the last one!
Page 226
Oops, All Feelings.
Page 227
Page 228
Belfry, didn't you volunteer to chaperone Tamberlane...?
Page 229
How many colors can I splash into snow before it looks weird? The answer is: a lot.
Page 238
Allowing kits to play around in ruined buildings builds CHARACTER!
Page 239
There's a lot of planning that goes into hunting ghosts.
Page 241
Let Tamberlane have her fursona!!!
Page 247
Page 248
What are they saying? That's for me to know and you to find out.
Page 249
Things are just very confusing when you're a baby.
Page 250
Numpty is by far one of the best insults.
Page 251
Piper, the chaos gremlin!
Page 252
Piper: Spelling Bee Dropout.
Page 256
Anthony can't catch a break and he knows it.
Page 257
You'd think this was all an excuse for Piper to bite Anthony, but she doesn't really need an excuse for that.
Page 258
Where was she keeping that lantern? The world may never know.
Page 260
Get with the program, Anthony.
Page 262
Oakewood will be pleased to know that he has a Grumpy Old Man protégé in Anthony.
Page 263
Tamberlane just wants everyone to be happy :(
Page 264
It's so useful, keeping that flash paper up their sleeves...
Page 265
Page 267
Tam-Tam gonna throw hand-hands
Page 268
Only babies are scared of thousand-toothed, unresting monsters who stalk you in the night!
Page 271
It's a hard-knock life for Cur.
Page 272
It seems Tam is struggling in more ways than one.
Page 273
C'mon, Belfry, read the room.
Page 274
Belfry is forever destined to A BOOT TO THE HEAD
Page 275
Nothing like a kid silently screaming I HATE YOU to make you feel like the worst mother.
Page 276
Bel, I thought you hated when your mother did that to you.
Page 277
Piper is the very definition of incorrigible.
Page 278
Tamberlane can't seem to get away from her sterling reputation.
Page 279
Parsley takes a moment to speak some truth!
Page 280
Mmm. Bugs.
Page 281
Someone please put gloves on Tamberlane. She does not have fur, you dumb butts!
Page 286
Tamberlane's a single-minded dynamo.
Page 288
Cur's got that "Innocent Piper" expression down pat.
Page 289
Cur I don't think that's how you apologize
Page 290
Page 291
I think Cur's a little freaked out...
Page 292
Ah yes, the "reactive jerk" mode of panic.
Page 293
And the concussion count goes up by 1 once more.
Page 294
You know, Jonas, you probably could have told her this without climbing down...
Page 295
We'd hate for Jonas to sfixiate!
Page 296
I wouldn't kill a kid! ... Right? :3
Page 297
How are they gonna get out of this one?!
Page 298
Turns out roots aren't very strong for saving children from drowning.
Page 299
You're not looking too good, Tam! You might want to warm up a little soon.
Page 300
Mmm, yes, these are reasonable fears to have, right?
Page 304
Why yes, it IS a rope!
Page 309
Thank goodness the otter came with!
Page 310
Jonas is definitely perfectly fine. Yep!
Page 311
Oakewood's got a secret hankering for historical romance, eh??
Page 312
I know some of the balloons are in a funky read order but I decided to keep it so that it lent to the confused "what is time" feeling of the page.
Page 322
Sticky fingers! Sticky fingers!!
Sharing - Elle Pierre
Tamberlane's sense of identity is... *puts on sunglasses* ...fractured.
Chapter 4 Cover
A cute little interlude!
"Storytime" by Mochi
Medical technology in Treehollow is decently advanced, as it turns out!
Page 345
Please do not love your daughter to death. Literally.
Page 346
Go to bed, Belfry.
Page 347
Snapdra-what? SNAPDRA-WHAT???
Page 349
No pockets on her overalls, because have you seen what gross stuff toddlers will put in their pockets?
Tamberlane Turnaround
You might think the roles should be switched, but you'd be wrong.
What have you got there?
So much for Unca.
Page 350