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Llama: ‘Sup?

Alucard: What are you supposed to represent?

Llama: Do you expect everything in a dream to have some kind of deep meaning? This is the fritterings of a real subconscious, not an overused plot device.

Alucard: I suppose that makes sense.

Llama: Moo!

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by Junior1210 on Wed Nov 29, 2006 7:44 pm

Seeing Girlycard makes me wonder how he’d get along with Azrephiale (I know I spelled it wrong) from Good Omens? I mean a girlyman and Girlycard…. 😆

by SailorPtah on Wed Nov 29, 2006 9:13 pm

Actually, I do have plans for Aziraphale and Alucard to meet ^_~

He won’t be Girlycard at the time, but it shall be interesting nonetheless.

by Aten_ra on Wed Nov 29, 2006 9:57 pm

Will Crowley make an appearence, too?

by SailorPtah on Wed Nov 29, 2006 11:06 pm

Yes indeed.

I think it’s going to be just them. This is one of those cases where I don’t have it all scripted. (But I do actually have the major plot points lined up.)

by Aten_ra on Wed Nov 29, 2006 11:15 pm

Do Zira and Crowley have a little thing going in your universe? ^_~

by SailorPtah on Wed Nov 29, 2006 11:37 pm

*checks timeline*

Integra takes control in 1987 at age 13.

Current storyline, it’s Christmas 1987 and she’s 14.

The Notpocalypse happens in 1990; Integra’s 16. At this point Aziraphale’s living above his used bookstore and Crowley in his flat.

The “present” is 1997 (Integra age 23). By this point Crowley and Aziraphale are cohabiting in a cottage on the South Downs. (This is Prachett-certified Good Omens canon, by the way.)

In Shineverse canon, Aziraphale and Crowley will have a “little thing” going by the time of the Notpocalypse II (1999, this one brought on by the Millennium Nazis – as well as the events of X and assorted other apocalyptic manga). However, the “little thing” won’t occur until after Notpocalypse I (the Good Omens one).

The storyline featuring the two of them will be either soon before or soon after Notpocalypse I. (Integra has to be a bit older, but Aziraphale has to have the bookstore.)

So the short answer is that they will have a Thing In Development. Mutual attraction un-acted-upon, unacknowledged, possibly even unrecognized. But there.

by Tweak on Thu Nov 30, 2006 4:20 pm

Aw, Girlycard is so cute in that last panel. I could eat him up, except he’d probably eat me first.

That llama is ultra cool, but lets see some freakin’ tutus already.

by Aten_ra on Thu Nov 30, 2006 5:09 pm

We haven’t seen the WHOLE llama yet; maybe it’s wearing one. 😀

by Boudicca on Mon Dec 04, 2006 12:35 am

Forget meeting Alucard… I want to see the chaos that would result from them meeting the Iscariots. 😀 If Alucard drives Anderson up a wall, Crowley would, I imagine, be exponentially worse…

by Tweak on Mon Dec 04, 2006 9:36 am

I have no clue what any of that means, but you mention someone named “Crowley”… isn’t there an Ozzy song called “Mr. Crowley”? Are we talking about the same Crowley?

So, I was sitting with my friends having some coffee and reading some webcomics today, and one of my friends leans over and asks(with a little titter) who that hot girl on the screen is. I say, “That is the all-powerful vampire Alucard. He will kill anyone for twenty dollars, maybe a dollar less.” The derisive reaction I was greeted with(“God, Tweak, you’re so weird!” in so many words, many not as nice as the language I used.) was nothing compared to the incredulity I saw when I clicked over to today’s Penny Arcade, which featured Div, the alcoholic DivX machine.

I love webcomics.

by Junior1210 on Mon Dec 04, 2006 10:27 am

I think both Crowley and Zari would give the Vatican fits, and Andersong would turn to drinking cheep wine.

by SailorPtah on Mon Dec 04, 2006 11:29 am

I am not planning to have Crowly and Aziraphale meet anyone from the Vatican any time soon, because it would screw with their belief system like nobody’s business, and probably wreck the entire rest of the plot.

I am planning to involve Yomiko, because she and Aziraphale could have bookgasms together =P

by Junior1210 on Mon Dec 04, 2006 4:34 pm

You mean it might drive Maxwell mad? Oops too late. It might make Andersong unstable (maybe even homicidal). Ooops too late. Possible Yomiko could handle it except for that slight personality dissorder. Hey come to think of it, is there ANYONE in section VIII who is in their right mind or at least legaly competent? Say what you will about mad dogs and englishmen but what is Iscariot’s excuses?

by Americangothic on Mon Dec 04, 2006 7:01 pm

I have never read this book, but I see that now I’m going to have to. Any author who discusses the hell of London’s M25 is spot on. I’ve driven that b*#ch before and was not amused.

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