Welcome back, Delia. Yes, she's still there in the background, waiting to make trouble. At some point I have to write in a spot for Poe to do a judo toss because, well, that would just be awesome.
If you'd be so kind, take a sec and vote for Tripp at the blue Topwebcomics icon. I want to get on that first page, dangit! :)
@LordCaradoc - I'm currently working on a voting incentive... I'll have it done soon. :)
@Doc Savage - I'd say that's very fitting.
@interspark - When it comes to Delia, absolutely true.
@Ultimate the Hedgehog - Oh yeah. And we are going to find out a lot more about Poe's past in the future. Whoa.
@The_Hankerchief - The thought crossed my mind. Probably Poe's too.
@francisco - I'm going to go give it a listen...
But you might want to put up a vote incentive, maybe Coco, Delia and Sam standing over Tripp in some provocative "Tripp"y fashion? IDK, but it makes voting nicer. :D
"You take the high road and I'll take the low road." Line from an Irish song. Strangely enough the "low road" refers to dying in this song. Kind of fitting for Poe wouldn't you say?
poe's resolve is about as strong as his smokey, incoporeal body
wow, who knew Edgar Alan Poe was such a mischief maker.
Too bad Poe can't just brick her into a mausoleum like in "The Cask of Amontillado". The old days aren't like they used to be....
I think that it's a Scottish song:
"You take the High Road and I'll take the Low Road and I'll be in Scotland before ye".
After writing that I looked it up:
The song is Loch Lomond