Reading Mother of Madness Pt2: I Don’t Think I Can Do This…

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SuperStraight
SuperStraight
2 months ago

This was much worst then I thought it would be, lol. It makes no sense, the pacing is confusing.

Варлам Кобзев
Варлам Кобзев
2 months ago

eop6x

vun.fyi

Michael Dietsche
Michael Dietsche
2 months ago

This book is so egregious it forces normal people to defend hot dogs.

jimjamjoeyjoejoe McJammyjoeson
jimjamjoeyjoejoe McJammyjoeson
2 months ago

Bosses actually do care about you showing up for parties. Office parties are a huge pain in the ass (always in the MIDDLE of the week, back in work the next day, far enough away from home to be a annoying to drive out to) and in my office at least are unofficially mandatory.

Karen Naropa Baker
Karen Naropa Baker
2 months ago

What Emilia Clark thinks office culture is like is really bizarre

Thyst1
Thyst1
2 months ago

You are amazingly funny!

Yiannis Savva
Yiannis Savva
2 months ago

I would say the writer should read a book about storytelling because this story is an absolute incohesive chaos with cherry on top but…. I think she would say that storytelling books were written by the patriarchy sooooooo….. Fuck it…

Roger Palsgrove
Roger Palsgrove
2 months ago

I'm scared that the damage may have already been done. Maybe take a week off from the material.

Mike Rangel
Mike Rangel
2 months ago

Now you see what happens after human beings gush out of a woman's body.

Luciano Alencar
Luciano Alencar
2 months ago

This comic is brilliant. Serious, listen to me. This is the perfect depiction of how modern feminists perceive the world around them. It shows clearly how detached from reality they are.
The author manages to relay this brilliantly by using a clearly insane woman who thinks she has superpowers whether she menstruates. Everything she hears is a product of her illness. For example, when her boss calls her to tell her that her behavior is affecting the workplace environment, instead of listening that her co-workers hate working with her, she listens that he wants her to wear heels.
I'm really looking forward for the big reveal when she'll understand that the whole world is not what she believes it is and she needs medicine to help her and live happily with her son in the end.
I hope…

Drunken Hobo
Drunken Hobo
2 months ago

I genuinely can't tell – was Dannphan skipping panels and pages or was this really that hard to follow?
I have absolutely no idea what is going on.

Is Swampus
Is Swampus
2 months ago

Women’s contributions to comics: half of the creative force behind Wonder Woman
Women in Fridges
This.

Guilty Crown
Guilty Crown
2 months ago

This is more worse than I am not Starfire and Gotham High.

Moera Creative Photography & Design
Moera Creative Photography & Design
2 months ago

Did D&D write this book for Emilia ?

aster4jaden
aster4jaden
2 months ago

Dannphan you are one of the bravest Woman I know.

Vladimir Jeremic
Vladimir Jeremic
2 months ago

Again, how can you be a highschool dropout and a chemical engineer at the same time… (and also a single mother, and a sex worker all the same time)?

Dogapiller4life
Dogapiller4life
2 months ago

I've never read this, but I think I hate it

InfamyOrDeath -__-
InfamyOrDeath -__-
2 months ago

Thanks for torturing yourself for our entertainment haha.

Blue Moon
Blue Moon
2 months ago

I think this comic made me more misogynist.

RWBimbie
RWBimbie
2 months ago

Reading MOM 2: cringe bugaloo

Matthew Porter
Matthew Porter
2 months ago

Thanks for jumping on the grenade here

CRObar
CRObar
2 months ago

There is a second comic to this?

Brotha Darkness
Brotha Darkness
2 months ago

I thought Gotham High and I am not Starfire were torturing her, this….this sounds like it was a war crime XD

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