A Little Knowledge is a Dangerous Thing
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ivellios says:

this is annoying it is blank curse my perfect timing

Mogget's Little Sister says:


Mogget's Little Sister says:

Awww second but I got really close the closest I've ever gotten!

Mogget's Little Sister says:

Feiht gets them all in trouble.... again.... YAY!

X-Kal says:

I seem to recall an earlier conversation about Rhyme's gender... and it seems slightly more obvious in panel 3. Although... no offense... she suddenly looks alot older than I think she's supposed to be on panel 3. I'm not quite sure what it is.

saeria says:

Haha... pissed off dwarves or pissed dwarves? Either way the idea is fairly amusing XD

Black Mantha says:

I quite like the rhyme in this comic.

Nebra Reppalk says:

SEE! THIS IS WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT! We dwarves labor for years, building a bridge to connect people and encourage trade, and look what happens! Some environmentalist threatens to destroy our work, so we have to buy him off. And who benefits form the bridge? Everyone. Who pays the tribute? Only the dwarves.

Mithandir says:

Aye ...
And who levies a hefty toll on trade wagons enterring the freestate, not to mention a sales tax on all food and lodgings they havea monopoly on? :)

Chariset says:

Why does Ayne look so happy at all that talk about crushing bones?

Halfcat says:

Quick someone distract feiht with some glow in the dark dust before its....too late.

Also Mithandir have you ever thought of publishing the comics so they could be bought? you do maybe 2-3 chapters a volume. i would buy every one.

Mithandir says:

We have considered it, yes, but printing and posting costs for small runs are such that prices would have to be too high to even break even.

Faticia says:

Gold, gems, and beer. That is hilarious!
Mith, I don't know if you have ever heard of Lulu.com. I don't know much about it, but I know that it does make publishing nice and easy. I'm pretty sure that it is cheap, too.

xp194 says:

Love the look on Rhymes face in the last panel. Sorta says everything without saying anything...

Pulsy says:

Awww so no comic to buy eh ... what ever happened to the idea of the Myhrad plushy? Suffered the same fate?

X-Kal says:

Remember that there's alot that goes into the production of a compiled comic book for something like this, including formatting the book, deciding on layout and where/how to put in artist comments and all the like.

Althoughm heck, even if it's in cheap comic-book binding, I would still be interested.

And there *are* publishers that'll do a print-on-demand sort of deal. I'm not sure how much they would end up costing per book, but it is an option.

Tensk1234 says:

shoot...any glow-in-the-dark powder anyone?

Black Unicorn says:

"gold, gems and beer". perfect!
these comics are awsowme and way beter than the ones at the begining (which were great too).

Skreyola says:

I hope Feiht is just going after the rumor of gold and hasn't actually seen any, i.e., I hope today isn't the day.

Mithandir says:

The problem with printing is that a comic is full colour, and that costs.
Take that lulu.com as an example. Due to the format of CtS we're best off putting two strips on a page, layed out vertically. Say we want to release the first 90 strips and add some 5 pages of extra content for a grand total of 50 pages. The minimum price for this would be $12.50, not including shipping. That's $12.50+shipping for a 50 page softcover book, and that's without any royalties for us. For a 100 page (180 comics+10 pages bonus) book it'd be about $20+shipping.
Now how many people are going to pay that?

Eraikei W. O. says:

I don't know about anyone else, but I totally would. I know I've spent more on paperback books that I enjoyed far less than I would a print-out of your comic. Though I'd personally love a Myhrad plushie even more... >.>

Nebra Reppalk says:

I've paid that much for books. Actually, I had to get my college text books, $550, some of them used, all of them paperback. Seriously Mith, your audience is mainly academics. If they want it, they will pay whatever cost for books.

Shinnnnyyyyy says:

shiny!! yay!!

Lone Star says:

Hahahaha lol "Dwarves place, slightly pissed, a load of treasure and gold."

Silverwolf says:

Somehow I don't think the destructive party here (that to which they give the treasure) is any sort of sea lord. This kind of construct would be more beneficial to the sea in the long run. Less pollution from ships, and as long as biodegradable waste is shunted to the sea floor directly, it feeds the scavengers (lobsters, etc).

JuneBug says:

Love the dwarf in panel two! So cute?

hailstorm says:

i whould convince my parents to buy them.... that is when after we go to disney world witch we r savin for..... u got my publish vote alien and mith

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