May 12th, 2009

Yes, sir

Discussion (24)¬

  1. Madison says:

    LOL! Love the facial expressions.Especially the crowds reaction.

  2. Stephen says:

    Wouldn’t he also be puzzled about the subsequent hostage taking of said boy kisser?

  3. arachne says:

    Heh. I’ll bet they make the local evening news. :D

  4. Tina says:

    Wow. I had no idea the crowd would have seen them because of the tall grass. I am enjoying the crowd’s “deer-in-the-headlights” expression in panel 1.

  5. Maia says:

    All right, so when is Dovecote Crest Vol. 1 going to be out in print? ;)

  6. Aly says:

    Hahaha. I guess that answers that question!
    (mental note: do not make out in tall grass unless you are feeling charitably toward voyeurs.)

  7. hermionegrangertwin says:

    Bahaha, panel one. It’s gonna be awesome when the news shows coverage. :D

  8. Redd says:

    Ha! He looks so akward in the last three panels. xD

  9. Shoe says:

    I love the mayor’s aid.

  10. Ravenjade says:

    Aahahahaahahaaha. Good show.

  11. greenwatches says:

    I was wondering about that! I guess that grass wasn’t tall enough after all.

  12. Natalie says:

    I have a feeling if I tried that at a reenactment I would get tossed out of my unit…
    But for the chance of that reaction, I might

    • Hailey says:

      Something I’ve definitely been pondering how to clarify is the fact that (in spite, no doubt, of Jeremy’s best efforts), the crew at Dovecote Crest are not, in fact, very *good* reenactors. They do have fun, though, I’m sure.

      • Maia says:

        Oh no, I was hoping that they were *such* good reenactors that Jeremy & Charlie’s little anachronism would be overlooked. The poor guys sure practice enough!

      • Natalie says:

        They’re good reenactors. Its hard to take it seroiusly when an announcer says “will all the dead guys please stand up” at the end of the battle. The point is too have fun.

        Do they use powder? They’re way to close to each other (and the sue happy crowd) to be using powder safely. Once we fought in the woods and a corn maze and couldn’t use powder, so they just mined loading and said “BANG!”.
        Also most reenactors don’t rehearse the battle. They’ll practice military commands, but the battle itself is more serendipity. Most guys die when they run out of powder, they’re gun isn’t quite working, or they’re too hot and feeling faint. All the battles I’ve seen/ been involved in had the winner decided by a coin toss. We also have capture the flag, which uses judgment on whether or not someones been shot, and has a lot of house rules. Its’s a cool game though, I could really see Ben getting into it.

  13. Braden says:

    Great comic I read one then read them all in about an hour. Keep up the great work! I love your art style to

  14. Erin says:

    I knew there was something I liked about that govenor… Something other than his jacket that is. His facial expressions are classic.

    And the aid is pretty awesome too.

  15. Wynne says:

    The way he’s smiling there, the governor’s aid must be gay himself. He’s probably been wondering how to tell the governor and keep his job. Thankfully, this means that when the governor comes back next year, his aid will still be with him.

  16. em dash says:

    ten bucks says the governor’s assistant is gay. LOVES IT. oh man, i just started reading this tonight. loving the tension!

  17. Sue says:

    XD Man. Misunderstandings ahoy.

  18. Evelyn says:

    MINI BEN! :D <333333!!!

  19. Eve says:

    Mini Ben! Oh ma goodness! :D <3!

  20. Ed says:

    I feel compelled to ask, vis-a-vis the first two panels: what…no stuffed tiger?

  21. rachael says:

    hahaha ok there we go