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Comic profile: Cuttlefish Doilies
Cuttlefish Doilies
Inspired by my personal experiences and twisted imagination.
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Comic language: English
Genre: Gag-a-day
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 30th Sep 2016
Number of comics: 2
Number of subscribers: 0
Visitors: 1602 visitors (2544 pages viewed)
Rating: 0 (0 votes)

Comic description

Paul St. John Polevaulter is an ordinary high school student / Jesus' undersecretary who attends Catholic Awesome High School and is just trying not to be normal. All events in this strip start as real things but then rapidly spiral out of control due to my fevered imagination. Triggers: Randomness, cephalopods

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Pablo360
Pablo360
I'm very strange. I like recreational mathematics, writing music in the romantic/impressionist style, and anything by Andy Weir. Yes, even that.

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Pablo360
30th Sep 2016
Pablo360
So here's the second installment. I hope you like puns, because I'm pretty sure that's all I have lined up for a while. The alternative is either start a story arc I'm clearly not ready to tackle or make fun of The Donald.

Donald Trump is a big meanie.

Done.
Left on Batmobile
Pablo360
17th Sep 2016
Pablo360
Hello folks!

This is the very first webcomic I ever uploaded ever anywhere at all, so of course it's terrible. Don't worry, it'll get better as time goes on. Just… hang in there, alright? We're going on a long journey together, you and me.

The three characters I actually drew in this strip are three of the characters that I plan on making regulars in this comic. The one in the middle, Paul St. John Polevaulter, represents me, in keeping with the arcane scriptures of Webcomica Premieria. He will be going through fantastic versions of my high-school misadventures, once my artistic talent improves enough to attempt drawing those. The girl on the right is le Jones, who will be our focus for the parts of the webcomic less explicitly based on my high school life, and the weird pixie thing on the left is Alex's Archon.

Alex's Archon… will be important later.
Left on Holy Spirit