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  • Teekl

    03/06/2018 at 1:24pm

    It’s a bit disheartening that this was discontinued! Is there anywhere I can buy this as a hard copy, or any merch for sale? T___T This was my favorite webcomic of all time and I would pay for a T-Shirt with Gug and/or Aria on it

  • 01/06/2018 at 2:17pm

    Almost two months and no update. Does anyone know if Merryweather is okay?

    • BigPiglet

      01/14/2018 at 4:36pm

      No one except the author and the artist know the exact reasons, but for one reason or another the artist decided to retire from the comic, and he owned the characters so… yeah. Comic be done, bud.

      The author, however, rebooted the comic. There’s only two strips for now though, and because of the artist owning the old characters, the MCs are both new, though clearly based on the old ones.

  • josefine

    11/09/2017 at 2:16pm

    i love this comic series. i bought it at genki last summer . i had kinda hoped when i did find it online it would have more .but its the same as the book . oh well still love it

  • BlackOkami

    10/25/2017 at 10:58am

    The writing in this comic is great. Its like reading a published manga.

  • Theo

    09/25/2017 at 8:45pm

    Please next episode !!

  • 09/14/2017 at 9:22pm

    Okay, I’m all caught up. Now, I personally like this comic so far. I find its gags funny enough to get some laughs and the art style is fantastic and really sells the whole fucked up city that Aria and Gug live in. I also personally enjoy the steady buildup of why the city is the way it is, whilst also maintaining a mellow pace and not focusing too much on plot. This is comedy-centric, after all. The vibes I get are a combination of influence from Bleedman’s works, Invader Zim, and Creepypastas, while also retaining its own flavor that the artist brings to the comic, of course.
    I’d gladly read more of this as new pages emerge, though I’d likely not tell any family about this as I can’t see them really getting into it, due to the more perverse side of things, as well as just how messed up things in the city can get. Also, the slightly neurotic nature of Aria could potentially lead to her reactionary bits to get stale if too many crop up, I find. Though I have confidence that that can be avoided fairly easily.
    I personally can’t wait to see more of this comic series in the future and I look forward to every new page. I give the creator my best wishes and patiently await more.

  • 08/08/2017 at 8:48pm

    You know those crazy fan theories like “ANgelica Pickles imagined all the other Rugrats” or “Ed, Edd, and Eddy are deceased ghost kids in Purgatory”? Well, I have one for this comic:

    Aria is a regular girl from our regular world who suffered a terrible, traumatic brain injury. She’s been in an induced coma to allow her brain to heal for weeks now. While it heals and rewires itself around the wounds it creates some pretty disturbing dreams. All the creepypasta is Aria’s id, Aria herself is the manifestation of her superego, and Gug is the ego, trying to “protect” the superego from the primal, impure demands of the id.

    Meanwhile, the doctors tell Aria’s family to “take it one day at a time”, which of course means her prognosis doesn’t look good. It could be she never escapes Yaddith, and instead spends the rest of her life as a vegetable, locked in a dark, macabre, scary, lonely dream world where her own psyche is preying on itself…

  • Kirie

    08/03/2017 at 10:15pm

    This is clearly some sort of not-real or a dream-like sequence, how could Aria not react with intense red-face or cover-self embarrassment (like she does) from being suddenly shoved into a *god**damned* *playboy bunny* suit?! It defies her character to have no reaction.
    I wonder if that guy in the last panel is more real in that place than the rest of the dream (or whatever it is in this complex and unique world and story)

    • Teekl

      08/07/2017 at 7:45pm

      Out of all the crazy, bizarre, dark and perverted things that you’ve seen in this comic, you think THIS is the dream sequence? I doubt it.

      First of all, Aria looks pretty uncomfortable in that bunny suit in the second panel. And who’s to say she didn’t react? She could’ve reacted “off-screen” so to speak, but maybe the artist doesn’t want to go through the pains of drawing a panel of Aria blushing and protesting every time she’s shoved into something revealing. That wasn’t supposed to be the focus of this page anyway.

      Secondly, up until now Aria’s dreams have been relatively peaceful. In fact I would say her dreams are the most serene part of this comic.

      Long story short, this page is 100% reality, and definitely something that would happen in the Crawling City. I expect Gug will somehow save her as he always does.

  • Dark SHADOW

    08/03/2017 at 12:58am

    Ah! even Death has it’s fetishes.

  • vocaltune

    08/01/2017 at 9:14am

    It’s obvious once your in this drug that makes you a slave of society you can’t get out of it. I feel like this might portray what’s happening in the Real World sometimes, like how we abandon our dreams temporarily or definitely just to please the working world and to survive. Except it’s not a Drug doing it, it’s just the system. But in the comic’s world it seems to benefit those who were living in the street. It’s Just a Shame someone’s is using all the money he worked hard for to end his life.

    It’s Funny how she Resist’s harder once something is already happening to her, not before. Poor Aria being a Victim of perverted situations and the Star of our pleasure. Bunny Suit really SUITS her. Don’t hurt me please >w<

    • Kirie

      08/03/2017 at 10:08pm

      o_O . . . Are you a doctor who’s on drugs?…
      And a total pervert for teenage vulnerability porn? How dare you read and comment on this comic.
      Do you pity people in suits who CLEARLY “worked for their money” (do you live in delusory america?), and is it somehow a metaphor for *your* life? Do you do drugs and steal from your clients? *snicker; clients* God, *someone* will analyze this “bizarre and creepy” post.
      Do you even like anime, and if “absolutely not” is your immediate sub-conscious reply, why are you even going to a comic website that has loads of anime color manga?
      I wonder if you’re a rapist.

      • vocaltune

        08/06/2017 at 8:29am

        I could hav me been a doctor but I let things like video games and anime distract me. I’m an average person who is aware of the situation Aria is in and feel sorry for her.

        No maybe I envied them because I’ve went through much tougher Jobs and still can’t land a Data Entry Job. But then again is that what I want? Or what my father wants?

        Delusionary America? Ok first of all I didn’t mean it was like that for All of America Just a portion and perspective on it. It’s amusing how fast you are to accuse so easily with analyzing it properly perhaps your brain needs practice with thinking too?

        No, I don’t do those things. Feel free to analyze and wonder all you want. I wonder if you come from a world from rainbows and sunshine.

        I love anime. If I didn’t I wouldn’t be here.

        Wrong again. Just like your entire post above as well as your existence.

  • nicokokun

    07/31/2017 at 9:26pm

    This page reminds me of the one where the guy jumped infront of the train to commit suicide… People living here knows that it’s messed up but they can’t seem to find a way out of it so they go to the most convenient one… Killing themselves…

  • Sigment

    07/31/2017 at 6:21pm

    What a messed up world this is… A place where a guy’s head gets smashed in for people’s entertainment, and the guy in question PAID to have it happen to him? This comic gets more insane with each update…
    Not that I mind, of course. Insane can make for surprisingly addictive reading/watching.

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