Shota Tomo is treating shota Jun like her bro. Whereas in high school she's madly in love with him so she gets all weird interacting with him.
When she was saving the tanned girl from the asshole trying to accost her she acted just like she did in this strip.
Buck-tooth: Hey, hey, give me a turn!
Fatass: Heh heh! Wait a minute! I'm at a good part...
Tomo: That game console...where'd you get it?
Bucktooth: Huh? Who the hell are you?
Fatty: After we hit this little coward in the face he dropped it and ran off so we picked it up. He talked a big game at first but he started crying and ran off after one hit. It was hilarious.
Tomo: I get it...now no more talking.
>Hey, I want to play too.
>Hold on! I'm getting at the good part…
>That console… how did you get it?
>It dropped when I hit that little wimpy, and we picked it up.
>He said some chessy things at first but when he got hit once, he straight up cried and ran away.
>Little letters: That was gold.
>Say no more.
Man i really like all this plot we're getting.
you will never live as Tomo and Jun's son and be /ss/'d by a dom milf Tomo
She's sexiest when she's as red as a water hydrant
Oi is super informal especially if its used alone.
It's use among anyone other than friends is universally rude (except for the tolerated rudeness of say a boss dressing down an employee).
>implying she won't use heretical bird magic equipment as a space bounty hunter
This is Tomo-chan we're talking about. The beat-down is happening off-screen. She's going to return Jun's (probably broken) Gameboy and claim she "found" it/play it off as nothing.
That's one Jun that I'd want to protect.
>Tomo says she found it
>Jun says he just fell
Have you ever felt actual, physical pain when thinking about the fact that a fictional character isn't real?
Yes, actually. Back during the Tomo sleepover arc I stared at those panels of Tomo in bed and I felt a deep pain in my stomach that it's physically impossible for me to ever touch her.
there are few heterosexual tendencies in the main couple.
Narrator: "After finding a new friend in Jun'ichiro, Tomo finds the boy hiding his pain after a sudden encounter. In order to find out more about what happened, Tomo confronts the two boys responsible for his newest friend's wounds...!"
Like I fucking said, inkscape. only idiots use gimp for anything other than literal image manipulation.
That looks awful and only proves my point I don't have any clue what font to use to make it jive with the source.
Huh. You can see what I copied though.
typesetting and kerning is hard. choosing the right tool for the job is easy.
>They've reversed positions over the years
Not quite, Jun beat the guy who were going to gang up on Tomo, while she beat the guys who had already ganged up on Jun.
Who's to say that Tomo wouldn't have beaten the deliquents in HS?
One of my favorite pages are from that arc.
I feel like people forget that 1000 divided by 17 is a little over 58.
The pacing of the comic itself isn't that bad. It just seems worse because of the pacing of page publishing.
The average human doesn't have clue about how to throw a punch and so throws them well below the strength they could.
She's making the stereotypical mistake of punching at a target and not through it for starters.
Lewd. What would her mother think of this?
They should take Jun to Cotton Candy´s house and tell her mom that he held her hand.
The wait is killing me. Isn't there a way to wipeout my memory of this series until it's complete?
why did the shape of Tomo's eyes change? Why is Jun so pathetic? On punch and you run away? He is such a wuss. I don't blame the bullies.
>Jun got gud
>Misuzu fell for him
>Jun realizes Tomo isn't a dude
>Jun starts dating Misuzu to sort out his feelings
>Misuzu realizes he likes Tomo gets mad and dumps him but still likes him