I know that there's been the occasional Digger topic, but they seem to come and go. But the final page has just gone up, and it's time for all the Digger fans to come up out of the woodwork and give it a fond farewell. The world building was amazing, the art expressive, the characters enjoyable, and the story oddly compelling. I liked it, sad to see it go, but pleased that it ended well.
What do you think of it?
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Wombats, however, are more practical than Hobbits.
Suddenly disappear in a world where the Gods can take you at whim to fulfill a prophecy? "Oh, dear, not again. Perhaps they'll be back in a year or two."
But can be done without the titular wombat. Her part in Shadowchild's story is over. She's going home; Shadowchild's home is the forest around the Statue.
Yeah but shes not home yet. Sure they skipped the return trip of bilbo, but at least we got to find out what happened when he got home. Digger? We dont know what happened on this mysterious trip with a strange man traveling through strange places. We dont know what her reception back home will be like. It just kinda.... stops.
Actually, we do, she, Digger, told us at one point. Basically, they assume if you haven't been back in a few weeks, you're dead from injury or starvation in some cave in or something.
Also, Wombats for the past few hundred year have been immune to prophesy from gods and pretty much everything. Except slugs, slugs get through.
Originally Posted by Calanon
Raven_Cry's comments often have the effects of a +5 Tome of Understanding
Read this in one night since it was concluded. Over all very good. I felt the end was a little rushed at parts but also feel that drawing them out would have made things much worse. Over all...I can't say more because of board rules.
It says a lot about Ursula's talent that a story that began as a whim, became very engrossing. It shared equally wonderful writing and artwork, and finally concluded with a highly satisfying ending. Ms. Vernon is one of the greats that other webcomic artists should look up to.
Hell, the trip home alone could be a sequal. From the description, it will take them longer to get home, than digger spent hanging with ganesh. And they will be travelling through all sorts of unspeakable places, filled with incuriosities and such.
"Interdum feror cupidine partium magnarum Europae vincendarum"
Translation: "Sometimes I get this urge to conquer large parts of Europe."
Originally Posted by Nerd-o-rama
Traab is yelling everything that I'm thinking already.
"If you don't get those cameras out of my face, I'm gonna go 8.6 on the Richter scale with gastric emissions that'll clear this room."