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  • Onon

    Go on.

  • Multiple interpretations here. One could see the colours of the mohawk as a symbol for gay pride. Or, the colour of the hawk’s plumage might suggest that it is the ‘gold’ at the end of the rainbow, an indicator of its affluence, or perhaps a metaphor for its solid moral character. Most intriguingly there are the sunglasses. Intended to shield one from the rays of the sun, of which a rainbow is a variant? Does that imply a rejection of the message? Is this a homophobic hawk, or one that does not submit to the pursuit of wealth amidst a capitalist society?

    It’s a shame such a nuanced work of art will be lost to the ages. If only there were some method of preserving this image, of ‘saving’ it if you will. Alas, such is not to be.

    Next time: hammers

    • Sorry, it’s actually mostly about how gross Chubukov’s hollandaise sauce is.

  • Vincent Watkins

    speedrun

  • Mohawk hawk is my mohero

  • ConradHoarder

    I LIKE THE USES OF DOTS AND COLORS AND COLORED DOTS IN THIS COMIC. IT IS LIKE GIVING THE IMAGE OF A THING BEING THERE EVEN THOUGH IT ISN’T. IF YOU ARE TAKING REQUESTS I THINK. YOU SHOULD MAKE A COMIC WHERE THE HERO DOES A GREAT THING AND WINS BELOVED BY EVERYONE. THANK YOU.