Ah, the delicate balance between being useless due to a lack of information and being useless due to far too much information melting your puny mortal psyche...
Is there something wrong with the comic's table of contents? I missed a few week's worth, but I can't get it to skip back other than page-by-page with the "previous" button, and I'd really not have to experience this like Memento before I can experience the way you wrote it.
I noticed that, too; it's been one of the struggles I'm dealing with in regards to comicgenesis in general. I'm updating the table of contents file in the hopes that will fix it.
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The expression in panel four is a bit worrying.
...Did he just cause a Mythos creature to lose SAN?
Yes, Sun Tzu. Yes he did. We are as alien to them as they are to us, after all. Did Neon Genesis Evangelion teach us nothing about Cthuloid entities and humanity's being on the whole equivalent to them (sort of)?
I think that the Migo is just stringing David along, actually, because no contradiction is present: a computer, or a suitable formal system - first order logic would be more than enough, for example - would have no trouble processing David's statements. David said: "Everything I say is a lie. I never tell the truth. You are a Migo". The last of David's sentences is a known truth. Then the first and second statements are false: not everything David says is a lie, and sometimes he tells the truth. No problem here. Fun comic!
Done in by circular logic..what a way to go!
That's how the more experienced ones fix it, actually, pietro; they learn to discard statements that bear out to be false (that trick won't work a second time, for example). Freddy is just inexperienced. Of course, this causes its own problems.
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Wait, I'm confused, why does the Mi-Go need to be contained? David understands so i'm guessing i should know too?The paradox we were taught in first year philosophy was1)The next statement is false.2) The previous statement is true.which i think cost me a few san points.
Narla knows that David knows that since it's an obviously openly alien monstrosity, it's a problem for him, since its presence (and the presence of a nearby vessel) will call down whatever mysterious conspirators David hasn't run into yet, most notably that it will either get the place crawling with tourists (since it's running around downtown, and that calls paranormal seekers like fungus-infected moth-monsters to the flame), government goons, paramilitary goons, or, even worse, more of the same.