Thanks for taking the time to review each post. I wasn't expecting that!
Dobblesworth wrote:4 - it's interesting data analysis, but I didn't find much humour in earthquake death toll, perhaps a pique of interest in how estimates speculating ricochets around in disaster zones
I can't say there's much that's funny about natural disasters but I've had this idea for some time and making the graphic was fun even if not very predictive.
3 - Surreal, but not entertaining. Maybe if the other stick figure windowscreen decals were going Ohmigoshourfriendisgettingabducted in the third/fourth panel it would have merit, but otherwise fairly static
I appreciate the suggestion to take it to the next level...there are so many possibilities that it shouldn't be hard to do.
2 - I suppose a good philosophical point. I'd get pretty bored if society completely obliterated any need for active human professions and involvement with their lifestyle while being waited-on hand and foot.
There's more to be said about this whole concept of productivity vs. the need to work so I'll probably touch on that in the future. This feels more like Serious Business but there's no reason comics can bring up the big issues.
1 - Perception altered by which country you view it in, resulting in potential "hang on, isn't that undertaking?" Would be made more entertaining if V_t was coming the opposite direction
I get the suggestion to heighten the drama and to clarify the scenario. I'll definitely try to see how future comics might be interpreted differently and modify accordingly.