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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!
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When two villains face off in the comics, you always end up with a situation where the one villain suddenly becomes slightly more likable and the other one becomes even nastier than usual so we readers aren’t burdened with any ambiguity as to whom we should root for. I feel myself slipping into that old trope here, I suppose.
In a face-off between Tracee and Heather, though, I can't help but side with Tracee. She's ridiculous and a sort of untrustworthy, but her ridiculousness stems entirely from her own nature. Heather's ridiculousness, meanwhile, stems from her ambition.