Father's Day pg. 23

8th Jul 2019, 5:56 PM in Chapter 7: Father's Day
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Father's Day pg. 23

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pkrankow 8th Jul 2019, 9:19 PM edit delete reply
pkrankow
This chapter is deep.
...(RockB) 8th Jul 2019, 10:25 PM edit delete reply
...(RockB)
So all this here is the answer to "Are you a good person?" - asked by whom at the end of the previous page?
All of them, and then everybody offered an answer to his/her own question?

And nobody else had/has a problem following this?

(I mentioned somewhere that I'm socially challenged and sometimes can't interpret faces and/or situations, to some extend. This here is beyond me. So where am I on the autism scale?)
Jarin 8th Jul 2019, 11:57 PM edit delete reply
You're not alone. I can track basically what's going on, but the focus on close-ups on faces, lack of wider views, and merging the two conversations, makes this difficult to properly follow.
Reaper Dragon 9th Jul 2019, 10:26 PM edit delete reply
Reaper Dragon
Same here but the time between reading pages doesn’t help. I can follow a conversation easy but struggle with multiple simultaneously IRL. It’s easier in comic form, my visual input is a lot better than auditory. Old hearing issues, I’m improving. It’s not something you get much practice reading though.
Vjones 9th Jul 2019, 6:02 AM edit delete reply
YES, very clearly. Couldn't be any clearer.

RomanJones, the author, is autistic. He panels and structures pages unless it is an action scene (I do those).
So I don't know where on the scale you are but you aren't the only autistic reader we have and no one else has problem following. You and the person replying to your comment here. Comic is a consequential medium, you need to read it in such way.
Look, I rarely talk to the readers because I'm a rude and unpleasant person but I really gotta ask.
You know, from the first time you commented here, you have nothing but problems. Every time you comment it's a problem. The comic portrays morals opposite of yours, characters you don't like and has panelling that is obviously too complicated for you. Why do you keep reading if this comic clearly isn't for you?
...(RockB) 9th Jul 2019, 7:48 AM edit delete reply
...(RockB)
Yes, why did I. Maybe because it was interesting to get my views challenged... And trying to defend them, fruitlessly/hopelessly... It's a guess, I really don't know. But it has become more and more obvious that this comic isn't for me, indeed.

Should I delete my comments? I tend to be bluntly honest about what I think (and all of that is still what I think), but it was not my intention to be nothing but a bother. I didn't realize that I was rude and a bother - I'm sorry for that and I'm also sorry for not noticing it. I'll stop writing comments here, with the exception of an answer on this page, if required.
Ships Passing 7th Nov 2019, 12:11 AM edit delete reply
The sender has no control over the message received. Artists could know that. But since being rude around here is OK if I lead by saying "I've got no choice, I'm rude" I'm going to say, sorry, i can't help it, I'm rude but I've got to ask.

Why did you put your art on the internet if you don't want people to engage with it? It's hilarious to me that you become upset and defensive because someone on the internet has the gall to actually open up and admit their insecurities with regards to the messages the Comic sends.

Ah, argueing on the internet. How pointless. Wish you all the best.
Ships Passing 7th Nov 2019, 12:11 AM edit delete reply
The sender has no control over the message received. Artists could know that. But since being rude around here is OK if I lead by saying "I've got no choice, I'm rude" I'm going to say, sorry, i can't help it, I'm rude but I've got to ask.

Why did you put your art on the internet if you don't want people to engage with it? It's hilarious to me that you become upset and defensive because someone on the internet has the gall to actually open up and admit their insecurities with regards to the messages the Comic sends.

Ah, argueing on the internet. How pointless. Wish you all the best.
Ships Passing 7th Nov 2019, 12:11 AM edit delete reply
The sender has no control over the message received. Artists could know that. But since being rude around here is OK if I lead by saying "I've got no choice, I'm rude" I'm going to say, sorry, i can't help it, I'm rude but I've got to ask.

Why did you put your art on the internet if you don't want people to engage with it? It's hilarious to me that you become upset and defensive because someone on the internet has the gall to actually open up and admit their insecurities with regards to the messages the Comic sends.

Ah, argueing on the internet. How pointless. Wish you all the best.
Ships Passing 7th Nov 2019, 12:11 AM edit delete reply
The sender has no control over the message received. Artists could know that. But since being rude around here is OK if I lead by saying "I've got no choice, I'm rude" I'm going to say, sorry, i can't help it, I'm rude but I've got to ask.

Why did you put your art on the internet if you don't want people to engage with it? It's hilarious to me that you become upset and defensive because someone on the internet has the gall to actually open up and admit their insecurities with regards to the messages the Comic sends.

Ah, argueing on the internet. How pointless. Wish you all the best.
Ships Passing 7th Nov 2019, 12:13 AM edit delete reply
Can't delete. Excuse the triple post.
rndmnmbr 17th Jul 2019, 9:59 PM edit delete reply
It's really not that complicated. The fast back-and-forth switching is meant to confuse the reader as to who is saying what, because both groups are having what amounts to the same conversation. Because you are supposed to let go of who is saying what, and focus on the question being asked.
Pat N 22nd Jul 2019, 5:31 PM edit delete reply
To clear things up go back from the start of the Father's Day Chapter. It will clear up who is answering who and the dialogue threads.

You'll also see the clever interweaving of the two dialogues together, leading up to answering the one question.