Hamster Rage Webcomic 99

Panel 1 - Closeup of MegaBabe’s face. MEGABABE: Ugh. Okaaay Romeo... Panel 2 Roosevelt ROOSEVELT: No, no that’s not what I mean... Not romantic love. More like family? Panel 3 - MegaBabe MEGABABE: Okay it’s time I come clean I guess. That license plate you had with you was from my bedroom when I was kid. The name “Roosevelt” was the name of my hamster I had as a kid. I think you might be him. Panel 4 - MegaBabe talking. MEGABABE: Thing is... you were my best friend when I was little. I didn’t have many friends, my family was a mess and I relied on you a lot for comfort in the chaos. You disappeared right before I got my powers. I was devastated.  This was wound that I forgot about really and you returning has really opened it up again. I don’t really know what to do.  Panel 5. ROOSEVELT: Maybe we figure it out together? Panel 6. They hug. NO DIALOGUE

Today's colors are by Wes Wong!

This is the finale of Conversation! This conversation between the two of them was long overdue! Is it the truth? Is there more than meets the eye to this conversation? What is Roosevelt? Is he the same as her pet hamster? What do you think?

We're going to take a break for December and then return in January with the 3 part Epiloque to Chapter 1

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