I guess Pewter is more or less waterproof, but not at all buoyant. I kept wondering if “he” could swim…Come to think of it, it’s ironic that he’s the one who had to be fished out of the well, since he was equipped to fish kids with his cable.
Beautiful water effect!
The expression on Teapot’s face in panel 2 is not regret.
Took me a while to figure out how these panels are going to fit together, layout-wise.
This is my favorite one so far!!
Hah, another Romantic moment. One Teapot definitely never wants Foxglove to hear about. She’ll rib him till the end of time.
Hmm… neither. Drowning sucks. Beating on Pewter with a stick will release stress and probably more fun.
At this point, I’d be looking on my smartphone equivalent for nanny bot schematics, occasionally shooting Pewter meaningful looks.. >)
Pewter is such a dead pan snarker. Even when he is saying nice things, I get the vibe that he is snarking. Great aquatic moment in this story.
I don’t know – panel 3 reminds me of a photo I’ve seen, of a cat hanging on to a fire fighter who saved it – same sort of stunned relief. At that moment, at least, I don’t think he’s snarking. Now, when he starts to _talk_….
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