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The Young Protectors: Double Cross Chapter Four—Page 9

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What do you think they are, Spooky? 

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ANNIVERSARY PATRON THANK YOUS

Your continued support has always been the reason I’ve been able to continue making this comic. And I am especially grateful to our readers who continue to support this comic month-after-month during this time. Thank you for letting me continue to create these pages. Thank you for being the real superheroes of this comic.

And so, I hope everyone will please join me in wishing a very special Woolfpack anniversary “thank you!” to those Patrons who have been supporting our work for a year or more!

I’d like to send out a big thank you to a member of the Woolfpack who has been supporting our work for 24 months as of this week (Feb 6-12):

Ken D.

(Two years of support! Thank you so much, Ken!)

A huge thank you to a Woolfpack member who has been supporting our work for 72 months as of this week (Feb 6-12):

Gemma

(Six years of support! Thank you Gemma!)

And let me also send out my biggest howl to members of the Woolfpack who have been supporting this comic and our work from the very beginning!

Here are the awesome readers who have been supporting me and this comic for 84 months (7 years!) as of this week (Feb 6-12):

Choreocrat, RRM, SteveC, Matthew C., Matthew D., R F. and Gary R.

Thank you so much, Choreocrat, RRM, SteveC, Matthew, Matthew, R and Gary! Y’all are so awesome!

Thank you all so much for your amazing, ongoing support! It’s the consistent support that is what really allows me to continue making this comic. You all truly are superheroes!

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So!

So! The Platinum Priestess really was responsible for building the Walls between Hell and Earth! (Or, at least, partially responsible, anyway.) And Flyboy was so flabbergasted, he let something slip that he shouldn’t have!

What part did The Platinum Priestess play in the building of the Walls? What are those things out on that ledge? What makes them a “last resort”? And was Mitch able to change the topic fast enough?!

Tune in this Saturday to find out! Hope to see you there! 😀

 

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  1. Avatar for Klaus Klaus says:

    Armament for a whole D&D party. Plus one party member.

    I wonder why PP was the only one left alive. Was it because she prefered it that way?

  2. Avatar for Nate Nate says:

    Well, I see two possibilities.

    Either the process of building the Walls was so difficult, the other adepts died…

    Or Sircea sacrificed the others to power the spell. Knowing that human sacrifice is not beyond her, I’m assuming the latter.

    As for the Gallery o’ Stuff: I’m thinking that the various items might hold either the power of the other magicians who built the walls, or possibly their souls. Either way, a finite resource she’s unwilling to spend unless absolutely necessary,

  3. Avatar for Nate Nate says:

    On an unrelated note, is it just me or does past!Sircea look a bit older than her modern incarnation, even pre-depowering? She even dresses more conservatively (relatively).

  4. Ha! Yes.

    And that’s a very good question, Klaus.

    I like how you’re thinking about this, Nate.

    Very interesting. :slight_smile:

    We’ve only seen her at work before. This is her bumming-around-the-house attire.:smiley:

  5. Avatar for Nate Nate says:

    Sircea shows up in a haute couture dress

    “Oh this? This is my casual outfit, dahling.”

    It’s true I can’t picture her hanging out in capri pants and a baggy sweatshirt. :slight_smile:

  6. missed this one i guess. amazing sense of scale and foreboding in the last panel!

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