Chris hazelton misfile now updating
But anyway, as a whole, Misfile stands as a webcomic with some really great moments, especially early on, as well as enormous chunks that can be safely skipped without any consequence. As a reminder, if you want to follow up on any references, you might use the dialogue search page.12/6: I like that impressions of Vashiel go from sinister, to "molesting priest", to pollyanna in the space of about one page. Also, Edward drops a low-key reference to the misfile by worrying about his daughter's safety.12/8: Chris isn't bold enough to draw faces like the one in the lower-left anymore.12/13: Not only is Edward unethical as a doctor, he has no sense of basic precautions regarding strangers. The inconsistency would bother me if it weren't so funny.12/20: I'd imagine that just one week after the misfile, reading pornography would only be frustrating for Ash.
I'm happiest that it's ended, as so many webcomics just go belly-up at some point. It also dates the comic-- who the heck gets their pornography in magazine form these days?
That arc slowed down an already slow series, spending three books on maybe a month's worth of time.
It seems they might have a history, even at this point, which is a little surprising considering how much Kate hates men.1/26: "Angelica" is a significant name in this angel-laden webcomic.1/31: Ash's sudden lack of upper body strength is a nice touch.2/2: What's Vashiel reading?
There, Ash's avoidance of physical conflict causes her to question whether she's becoming assimilated into femininity.2/28: As I said, different transmissions are used as a metaphor for the misfile.
Here, Emily makes it explicit.3/4: Not much to say here, but I like this cute, bittersweet flashback.
Also, Dave himself is a cartoonishly villainous character, making it hard to take him seriously.
The only things that I took away from that arc were that Ash's classmates were on her side and Ash entered the race because Dave had offended her ending.