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  • The Less than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal by E.K. Weaver: After calling off his arranged marriage and being disowned by his conservative parents, Amal wakes up to find a scraggly vagrant named TJ making breakfast in his kitchen. It turns out the night before, they made a drunken deal to drive from Berkeley to Providence together—Amal to attend his sister’s graduation, and TJ for reasons he cannot explain. What folds out next is the basic form of a road movie, with the relationship between the characters budding in a wonderfully realistic and dorky way. I own both of the TJ and Amal books and it’s safe to say that it’s probably one of my favorite webcomics ever.
  • Paranatural by Zack Morrison: Max, the new kid, moves into a convenience store with his space-cadet father and significantly smarter younger sister. After a rather hectic first day of school, he finds himself as the newest member of the (Paranatural) Activity Club, a group of students whose purpose is to keep the supernatural creatures in town in check, guide new spectrals like Max, and also just mess around. This is a young-adult friendly comic that could hold its own against any of the major kids’ cartoons on right now.
  • Sakana by Madeline Rupert: Sakana is about two brothers working at a fish market in Tokyo, and their co-workers and love interests. Rupert is brilliant at capturing motion and expressions. I have to admit, I’ve never related to a webcomic character more than Taro Sakana, for some reason.
  • Johnny Wander by Yuko Ota and Ananth Panagariya: This is a diary comic with a few occasional stories. Yuko’s art is really cute, and Ananth’s writing complements the illustrations well.
  • Best Friends Forever by Mickey: Despite the rumors, Vincent and Teddy are trying to stick together in their final year of high school. This is a bittersweet comic with some really lovely art.
  • Octopus Pie by Meredith Gran: This is a slice-of-life comic about Eve, a twentysomething living in Brooklyn, her stoner roommate Hanna, and their friends. The art gets more polished over time, and I guarantee you will fall in love with it.

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How Far We've Come


How Far We’ve Come - A Homestuck Tribute

Original: How Far We’ve Come by Matchbox 20

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After 4 months of labor, we present to you our Homestuck tribute for 4/13! Thanks to everyone for their hard work and cooperation in this project—it was a huge effort to put together and it sounds like everything I would have dreamed it to be! I hope you guys enjoy it, because Homestuck has come a long way and I’m happy to be a part of its community. Cal also took 10 years off his life mixing this, so I think he needs a little love.

The ending song is Showtime Piano Refrain by Malcolm Brown, arranged by Kevin Regamey!

| Lyrics/Cover Art☆Akiran | Mixing☆Cal | Showtime Idea☆Trick |
| Karkat☆Case | John☆Nic | Rose☆Kira | Dave☆R.J. | Jade☆Muta | Vriska☆Emmi | Kanaya☆Kitsubasa | Terezi☆Afina | Sollux☆Case | Eridan☆Luke | Feferi☆Shiroko | Gamzee☆Tyler | Tavros☆Tyler | Aradia☆Seraphinu | Equius☆Lunarch | Nepeta☆Lexi | Dirk☆Cal | Roxy☆Emmi | Jake☆Trick | Jane☆Akiran |


KARKAT: Greetings, worthless human!

JOHN: Start the game, counting down til the end of the world.
ROSE: Building up to get him in; I need to write it all down.
JOHN: Gotta move, the meteors are heading straight for the house.
DAVE: It’s just so stupid that this game is really not worth the try.
ROSE: Dave, shut up, and maybe finally we’ll get out alive.
DAVE: Strifing battles, here’s your bottle, now I’ve gotta wait out this egg in time.

JADE: I can see our game will really need a spark,
JADE: The world, destroyed, take a shot into the dark,
BETAS: Let’s see how far we’ve come!
BETAS: Let’s see how far we’ve come!

VRISKA: Well I believe, with help, you’ll be a great kid.
KANAYA: If not, don’t go if the Furthest Ring bids.
TEREZI: Let’s see the stocks to trade!
KARKAT: Let’s guess the passwords made!

KARKAT: I think I heard a distant honk; fuck, I don’t really know.
SOLLUX: But everything is now okay, wow, where’d my sight go?
ERIDAN: There’s no hope left and we’ve gotta join Jack Noir.
FEFERI: I won’t tolerate and I can’t excuse you!
KANAYA: Took a chainsaw to flesh; I’m really out for blood.
GAMZEE: Motherfucking world is rotting and I’ll strike it with clubs.
TEREZI: Say a goodbye because I’m on my way to find and kill you!

TAVROS: I believe I need to show them who is boss!
ARADIA: Let’s go rejoice, paths have finally crossed.
TROLLS: Let’s see how far we’ve come!
TROLLS: Let’s see how far we’ve come!

EQUIUS: Stay, no matter what, in the vents until the end.
NEPETA: I won’t! I can’t! I will never just pretend!
TROLLS: Some lives were cruelly lost,
TROLLS: But reunite our cause.

DIRK: And they scrapped, scratched, it was all reset.
ROXY: It was another game to play for us to hack it again.
JAKE: And we were fools, used just to turn on ourselves.
JANE: Now it’s overly sweet, and time will never just tell.

DIRK: Timelines mix, match, intersect on a whim.
ROXY: Hold us hostage ‘cause you never wanted us to all win
JAKE: But we fight back, you’ll never keep us down
JANE: And when we pull all it through, we’ll be keeping that crown.

JANE+JAKE: We will see this all to the very bloody end
DIRK+ROXY: We’ll stay alive and we’ll fight for all our friends
ALPHAS: Let’s see how far we’ve come!
Let’s see how far we’ve come!

JANE+ROXY: We’ll win this game, you’ll see, determination is the key
JAKE+DIRK: Our hopes, our hearts, and every one of our dreams
ALPHAS: Let’s see how far we’ve come!
Let’s see how far we’ve come!

BETA KIDS: Let’s see how far we’ve come
Let’s see how far we’ll go
TROLLS: Let’s see how far we’ve come
Let’s see how far we’ll go
ALPHAS KIDS: Let’s see how far we’ve come
Let’s see how far we’ll go
ALL: Let’s see how far we’ve come

JOHN: You have a feeling it’s going to be a long day.

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Read by Bryan Cranston
"Ozymandias" by Percy Bysshe Shelley
Read by Bryan Cranston

I met a traveller from an antique land
Who said: Two vast and trunkless legs of stone
Stand in the desert. Near them, on the sand,
Half sunk, a shatter’d visage lies, whose frown,
And wrinkled lip, and sneer of cold command,
Tell that its sculptor well those passions read
Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things,
The hand that mocked them and the heart that fed:
And on the pedestal these words appear:
My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!
Nothing beside remains. Round the decay
Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare
The lone and level sands stretch far away.

(Fuente: ever-so-plucky, vía patheticjunkies)