Hey, at least Eleanor’s not mad. She seems rather happy to see them, don’t you think?
Too happy, maybe.
So, what are our heroes going to do now?
We have a pretty good idea of what Eleanor wants. But what do they want to do?
Definitely not a Half-Nelson.
You going to kiss someone, make it real, make it count.
Hang on isn’t that Eleanor’s motto?
Aaaaand damn got to wait ’til Thursday now.
That, and “always retaliate with unimaginable fury and force.”
He must have the balance of a mountain goat to not have sent them both crashing to the floor under the force of that much momentum. To say he took her by surprise is probably the understatement of the century.
Come on, Reade, don’t let Eleanor push you around. Fight back!h
Maybe he ballroom dances.
OH NOOOOOOOOO! Now Eleanor has them trapped!
Oh boy, does Nelson have the moves! I wonder where he learned how to do that? Scout camp? And I don’t know how you did that perceptive in panel 3, but it’s fantastic. It works really well!
When I’m picking the vanishing lines for perspective, I try to 1) make it look cool, and 2) have the lines draw the eye to the action. I’m glad it worked.
When it comes to kissing, Nelson learned from the best.
Ahahaha, that he did! I’m trying to sprinkle in some more perspective myself, and I’m always amazed when other can do it not only with objects in the background, but people too!
Eleanor is very, very, very, HORNY!!!!!
Oh yes, someone must remember to LOCK THE FRONT DOOR. The next one in could be embarrassing.
It’s not the front door Eleanor came through she’s been hiding (waiting) in the back, enjoying the scene.
Ok, LOCK THE DOOR, in front of you. Unless you like surprises.
Eleanor loves unlocked doors.
Next question: Will she remember what she came for?
Timing is everything…
Well, Reade’s assistant TRIED to warn her…
HOLY CHEMISTRY BATMAN!
Wow! Who knew that Eleanor could be simultaneously enrapturing and a lust block at the same time.
I love those boots.
I believe I’ve mentioned my deep and abiding love for white platform go-go boots before.
Nelson seems to have …….erm, “changed his position” concerning Reade.
They might want to run, but with the leg-lock that Read has on Nelson, I doubt if that’s feasible.
Finally leaving lurker stage to say the following: I absolutely love this comic. As a child of the ’70s, the artwork simply rocks, the story is wonderfully twisted, the characters are just… Eleanor… ’nuff said.
Concerning the fact that Nelson and Reade don’t go tumblin’, if it weren’t for the “French Connection” in between panels, I’d say that Nelson did a variation of ’50s swing dancing, culminating with Reade in the “lap” position.
Thank you, Charlie, for such a wonderful piece of work. I’m looking forward to enjoying this for as long as you’re willing to put up with us!
Hey Wyrmridr! Welcome to the gang! I’m so glad you left the lurker stage to comment. Thank you.
As someone who came of age in the 70’s, I’ve always loved so much about that time. And thank you for those kind words. Eleanor is…yeah, ’nuff said.
You wouldn’t think that Nelson was that agile, to look at him. It’s the Archie Comics influence-mostly the great Harry Lucey.
As long as I’m willing to put up with you? Heck, you’re one of the main reasons I do this! I’ll keep making Groovy, Kinda as long as I can, and as long as you keep me going.
Will Eleanor join the party or have them wait for later THEN join them?
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