Comic 74 - Chapter 3, page 9
12th Nov 2013, 4:07 PM in Hunt or Be Hunted
Chapter 3, page 9
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Tantz Aerine edit delete
Tantz Aerine
ANd here's another page, finally.

I am sorry for the terrible lag. But right now I'm in a terribly heavy phase of my life I guess, and what I'm doing. I'm currently without running water as a means to have my mother and I dissuaded from continuing our legal attack of the regime we've been fighting- we were literally told “let's see how long you last without water”.
But Greeks are great at jury rigging and we're lasting. It's eating up a lot of my time though, along with all the other attacks we need to counter. So I can't promise when the next update will be. I can only promise there will be one.

Also, we've caught up to WM's prologue, finally. :)
User comments:
The Doodler edit delete reply
The Doodler
*wails at the heavens* NO THIS IS SEVEN KINDS OF Not Okay

Ahem. Uh, good luck. I realize you're insanely busy, but I was wondering if you could link to any news articles about the specific stuff you're dealing with in Greece? Hopefully in English or Spanish? (Sorry if that's a weird request/question.)
Tantz Aerine edit delete reply
Tantz Aerine
I can't speak Spanish but I will definitely try to link you up with some things. There's a lot of gagging of the press over here but at least some things leak. Here's some examples from the latest current events, and what we're struggling against:

http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/11/02/unpaid-electric-bills-in-greece-piling-up/

http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/11/13/350000-households-without-power/

http://www.keeptalkinggreece.com/2012/01/11/survey-six-out-of-ten-greek-households-unable-to-pay-utility-bills/

http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/11/14/greece-has-the-highest-road-tax-in-europe/

http://www.enetenglish.gr/?i=news.en.article&id=1574
The Doodler edit delete reply
The Doodler
English is fine, and thanks a lot. I'll give it a read.
Tantz Aerine edit delete reply
Tantz Aerine
no problem. The more people outside our borders know what's happening, the faster we can stop being pushed to a new and far deadlier apartheid condition.
Guest (Guest) edit delete reply
Yeah, this is really serious stuff. Good on you for being politically involved -- democracies need people like that to work.
AllZephyr (Guest) edit delete reply
I just read through this comic and I am greatly impressed. Not only is the art and writing excellent, but the raw and unforgiving reality of the story makes it all the more striking. Also, as a history buff, I love to be able to learn about all these aspects of history that you normally don't hear about. Great work!