This site is the Smackjeeves mirror site for Puck where older comics are posted. The actual Puck website contains the latest content at...
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Puck originally started as a university newspaper comic way back in the prehistoric days of 1998. It was reborn in 2011, and is now running weekly, in color. You can see the original run of eighty strips AND the new colour strips all here!
This webcomic is amazing, I found about it a little while ago and if it weren't for little things like life getting in the way I would have read straight through, and now I want more, the only complain I have is that it doesn't have a tv tropes page, yet.
@Xavier13: Glad you like! My lack of a TV Tropes page can probably be chalked up to my total ignorance of TV Tropes and anything to do with that site. I know some people like it. I've actually visited it before in an attempt to see what all the fuss was about, but I got confused. Please don't judge me; I'm an internet senior (which means I'm in my thirties). If someone else has the knowledge, power or impetus to make a Puck TV Tropes page, I grant you full authority!
@Michael corley: I think they could hawk the flat-screen TV for a few dollars more. Then again, that's probably Phoebe's TV. So yeah. I'm not even sure they could wring a fiver out of her.
@gumby_dammit223: For some reason, I found the idea of Phoebe responding in a very nonchalant manner to be funny. Perhaps this sort of thing has happened with her dad before. It's old hat by now.
In other 'good'(?) news, apparently the bandages mean Satan's face doesn't need to remain in the dark, presumably as it's still invisible. It's always good to let the Angel of Shadows take some time off once in a while.
@Riv: We've all been there: the blood on the clothes, the foggy memories of how it got there...
@Scott's Folly: Apparently the purple shadow of eternal darkness is lifted when Satan is both unconscious and somehow otherwise obscured. Or whenever the purple shadow of eternal darkness would obscure key details that need to be seen, like bloody bandages.
@David Nuttall: Well, when I'm doing one strip a week, it seems that it takes me half a year to get ANY story arc done, but have no fear. I plan to be rid of this story arc after another five or six strips. Hey, I gotta get back to the interminable pregnancy story arc! Can't forget that one!
@steelCOYOTE: Thanks so much for letting me know you like this stuff! It means a lot. But to answer your question, I'd say that the internet is BOUND to have a Jet Jaguar shirt available ... somewhere. After approximately thirty seconds of research on Google, though, I've determined that (A) they all seem to be sold out, and (B) they all look way crappier than Daphne's cool shirt. Seriously, though, I spent about three hours carefully crafting the vector for that Daphne shirt. It was a labor of love. She'll have to re-wear that one soon.