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Discuss Blog Entries / Re: Merry Christmas 2016
« on: January 11, 2017, 11:54:57 PM »
I enjoy all the hard work put on the comic, I wish you, Adam and Jessica, a Radical year.
Greetings from México ;)

P.S. Welcome to the forum, México Dude!

Discuss Blog Entries / Re: Merry Christmas 2016
« on: January 11, 2017, 11:46:02 PM »
Wow! Thanks, everybody! Now I can have a merry Christmas all the time!

Discuss Comic Pages / Re: Issue 3 - Ninja Power! - Page 35 - Debbie Slater
« on: November 13, 2016, 02:12:08 PM »
Anyway, I think Jessica killed it with the hot tub lighting effects on this page.
You're damn right about that. Drawing a hot naked babe with big titties going into a spa at night requires a lot more artistry that one would think it needs, but Jessica nailed it.

This kind of reminds me of the  scene in Halloween 2 where Michael Myers turns up the heat to the hot tub and then eventually dunks the girl's head into the scalding hot water until she dies.
Actually watched the first two on Halloween. That scene was absolutely brutal. Easily the most horrible way to die.

Thanks a lot! Glad it's appreciated, hehe.

Discuss Comic Pages / Re: Issue 3 - Ninja Power! - Page 31 - Spoils
« on: August 23, 2016, 08:21:33 PM »
How would this have turned out if Alex was with them?

Pretty differently. You could think of Alex and Sam as the proverbial angel and devil on Eddie's shoulders, but now the angel's MIA...

Aw, I bet she's not as much of an angel as one would think!

Right, Alex isn't a wet blanket, but she actually has a moral compass, where's Sam sold his for drugs and booze a long time ago.

Aw, I bet he has a compass!

Discuss Comic Pages / Re: Issue 3 - Ninja Power! - Page 31 - Spoils
« on: August 23, 2016, 08:05:44 PM »
How would this have turned out if Alex was with them?

Pretty differently. You could think of Alex and Sam as the proverbial angel and devil on Eddie's shoulders, but now the angel's MIA...

Aw, I bet she's not as much of an angel as one would think!

Discuss Comic Pages / Re: Issue 3 - Ninja Power! - Page 31 - Spoils
« on: August 23, 2016, 12:00:14 PM »
How would this have turned out if Alex was with them?

Good question! I'm wondering the same thing now, too.

Dang, I meant to post to this thread waaay sooner. Then I thought "Uh-oh, I better make good on not slowing down with the next page!!" then forgot to make the post and took too long on the page again anyway. I'm still going to continue to try different things to get faster, as always.

Anyway, I just wanted to thank everyone for being so sweetly supportive and understanding. And to thank you dudes who decided to join the Patreon party! I'm so grateful we have such awesome fans.

Thank you so much, everybody!! I love you guys! I ended up getting a couple of badass hand-drawn cards from my parents that we're going to be posting on the site soon. Stay tuned. ;D

Discuss Anything / Re: Poll: Favorite Satan Ninja 198X Babe
« on: August 06, 2016, 08:10:42 PM »
Actually I don't think I have really.  Some if it may be a bit reaching, but Heather has had more than enough opportunity to sling insults at Eddie the way Veronica and Dean have and has not.  She also Dates Ryan (it's Ryan right?) Who helped our man Eddie out.  Plus there is the whole thing that her and Eddie were childhood friends a prediction from her family upbringing leads me to believe that she has some emotion unlike Veronica.

Let's see, in Heather's first appearance, she's pushing drugs on poor sad Veronica. So she's a drug pusher. Then Heather laughed right along with the others when Dean pushed Eddie down into the ice cream and his pants ripped. At the party, she seductively eats a hot dog in front of poor drunk Dean, tempting him with her feminine charms despite having a boyfriend and knowing that Dean's in a vulnerable state of mind because the love of his life just broke up with him. And then, when Dean makes a pass at her during this moment of weakness, she has the audacity to make a veiled threat about her boyfriend Ryan assaulting Dean. And then, after Eddie and Dean fight, Heather makes light of this highly sensitive situation by teasing Veronica and calling Eddie Veronica's new boyfriend, confusing her poor intellectually deficient boyfriend Ryan in the process. Later, when Heather's talking on the phone to Veronica, she suggests that Alex could be messing with her makeup, betraying her paranoia, and then she refuses to accompany Veronica to the dance club, even though she's Veronica's best friend and knows that Veronica has been going through a hard time lately. What a cold-hearted bitch. And when we last saw her, eating breakfast, did you not see how disrespectful she was to her loving father? Not only that, but she suggested that her poor younger sister doesn't even know how to be a girl.

Now let's look at Veronica. When we're first introduced to her, she's crying, obviously heart-broken over the loss of her boyfriend. Poor girl. Then Eddie adds salt to her wounds by objectifying her in his dreams, turning her into some prize to be won. Later, Eddie sees during the school lunch that she's distraught over her recent breakup, but instead of sympathizing with her in the least, he excitedly hatches a scheme to try to take advantage of her vulnerable state of mind. After school, he rudely interrupts her while she's trying to enjoy her ice cream and spend quality time with her friend. Then, when Dean confronts her, Eddie butts in in her defense, thus robbing Veronica of her agency in the situation. It's no wonder she laughs when Eddie falls into the ice cream, as I'm sure that laughter is the only thing holding back the tears. Later, when Veronica is trying to forget her sorrows and enjoy herself at Kyle Conner's party, Eddie rudely crashes the party and invades her privacy. He shoves a pig in her face, confusing the poor girl, and then has the nerve to ask her to be his prom date, despite not being in the same social or physical league as Veronica. But instead of angrily telling him to fuck off, Veronica starts to let him down nicely, that is, until Dean butts in. Then she even compliments Eddie, saying he probably knows how to treat a woman better than Dean. After Eddie reveals what a violent jerk he is by sucker punching Dean in the face and threatening him with martial arts, Veronica still finds it within herself to look very concerned when Dean jokes about throwing Eddie in the fire. What a heart that girl has! Then, when Eddie badgers her once again about the prom, she does the right thing. Instead of stringing him along, she lets him know it's not going to happen, and she even whispers this so as not to embarrass him in front of the whole party. Hell, she even thanks Eddie for helping her out with Dean. The girl is a fucking angel!

Michigander, I think your analysis is pretty mostly right on. Though I see Heather as having kind of a cold personality.

Adam, your analysis cracked me up, and I'm not sure if I think the joke is made better or worse by the fact that some of the cases could actually legitimately be made. Poor, desperate, obnoxious Eddie swooping in to be the rebound guy.


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Adam, how could you forget to mention the exclusive bonus Satan Ninja comic strips that I do for my patrons on Patreon?

Discuss Blog Entries / Re: Radicast 198X Episode 1 - Death Wish 3
« on: July 22, 2016, 09:16:35 AM »
Thanks for listening, guys! I think I remember this podcast episode getting a little better in the second half, so I hope you finish it up, Rijst!


Wiener time

It occurred to me just a moment ago that a previous "wiener" joke I made in the comic was during issue one, and it was Jennifer who was the wiener-spouting culprit. And now her she is, on the receiving end of the wiener...

Oh, she definitely received the first wiener, as well.

This made me laugh out loud. Wiener time, the looks on their faces, the tacky punch line, the heroic pose and perspective, it's perfect!

That makes me so happy to hear. Thank you. :D

BTW how would Alex handle the fact that people question her sexual orientation(i.e. some refer to her as a lesbian!?!?!)

I'd say it annoys her, but how much it annoys her depends on who's saying it. When Dean called her a "little kung fu lesbian" she shot insults right back at him (and threatened him with whirling nunchucks). When she overheard Eddie's grandma calling her a lesbian, she ignored it, but then told Eddie that sometimes she wants to jump kick her (though that also could have been because Grandma said she was an easier catch than Heather).

Oh man, I have a history of setting off people's gaydar, especially as a tween/teen. I was pretty insecure about it, even though by my teen years I'd made gay friends and had zero moral qualms with their gayness. Besides the obvious cowardly desire to avoid having a label with such stigma, I really wanted people to know that tomboy doesn't automatically equal lesbian. Assumptions, and even the potential for those assumptions, frustrated me a little more than they should have.

And having her get all sweaty from sparring with Eddie was a good excuse for Alex to wet her hair, thus getting rid of the more feminine hair style she typically sports.

Even though she wet her hair, I'm sure she didn't wash it. The actual reason her hair stayed different is that it's all oily by now. What a filthy girl.

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