I like how their eyes are smaller in the fourth panel than the second panel, even though the view is closer.
IF YOU LOOK CLOSELY, YOU WILL NOTICE THAT ALL THE SECOND PANEL'S LINES ARE THICKER BECAUSE IT WAS ORIGINALLY A SMALLER DRAWING AND I RESIZED IT.ALSO, I LIKE HOW YOU MENTIONED SUCH A MINOR DETAIL WHEN THERE WERE SO MANY OTHER THINGS WRONG WITH MY COMIC.
Like the mutilated octopi?
The plural of octopus is octopuses. Not octopi, that would be a octopus covered in pastry and baked.
Whilst your allusion to pie was enjoyable, Octopi is not entirely incorrect and is generally accepted along with 'octopuses' and 'octopodes'.Though even it was completely wrong, I stand by my decision to use Octopi on the grounds that Octopuses sounds lame. I may change over to Octopodes though. That sounds like fun.
technically "octopus" is of greek origin, therefore using the greek rules of pluralization it is octopodes, or octopuses in common terms. the pluralistic ending "i" is only used in words of latin origin.
where is the pun?? hmm?
I'd explain it, but explaining puns is uncool.
the grandmother looks alot like martin scorsese
Also, while we're on the topic of the English language, the use of word "alright" is in fact, not all right. It is two words, not one.