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A cautionary tale about the dangers of taking pictures of strangers.

By and Comics, Featured Comics


Panel One: A person wearing a black t-shirt is leaning up against a bus stop sign and tapping on their phone as they wait for the bus. On the bench next to them, a pigeon is sitting.

Panel Two: A witch with a crow on her shoulder walks into the frame. The person looks up as the pigeon flies away in response.

Panel Three: The person takes a photo of the witch and attempts to be sneaky about it. 

Panel Four: the crow on the witches shoulder opens its beak to caw and a ray of magic shoots out.

Panel Five: The person is struck by the ray of magic and their body begins to warp as and melt in the force of the beam.

Panel Six: A black panel labeled “the eternal void.” Two people are sitting in the background playing cards. The person from the bus stop falls into frame and one of them asks, “You tried to take a picture too, huh?”

Transcript

Panel One: A person wearing a black t-shirt is leaning up against a bus stop sign and tapping on their phone as they wait for the bus. On the bench next to them, a pigeon is sitting.

Panel Two: A witch with a crow on her shoulder walks into the frame. The person looks up as the pigeon flies away in response.

Panel Three: The person takes a photo of the witch and attempts to be sneaky about it. 

Panel Four: the crow on the witches shoulder opens its beak to caw and a ray of magic shoots out.

Panel Five: The person is struck by the ray of magic and their body begins to warp as and melt in the force of the beam.

Panel Six: A black panel labeled “the eternal void.” Two people are sitting in the background playing cards. The person from the bus stop falls into frame and one of them asks, “You tried to take a picture too, huh?”

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