MOLLY BLUE Navigation Page 800-849

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Welcome to the Molly Blue navigation page for pages 800-849. The page numbers on the right will take you to the other Molly navigation pages. The links back to the Carl Miller Poems and Cloudmonet sections are now in the bottom bar.

The comic’s pages are displayed in pairs, as you would see them in a print comic book, except on small screens, where the pages will appear above and below. The page numbers under the icons will take you to the pages indicated.

Molly Blue is an adventure/comedy/romance, set on an Earthlike world with two moons, with at least three species of intelligent life— humans, frogmen, and demons. The humans come in two races, who resemble English and Polynesians. The demons come in a variety of castes. Imps are small, overlords are large. Frogmen also vary in size, but even the oldest are less than chest-high to a grown human.

Our story recently: Molly refused to help the two deposed demon overlords, and scared them off with a blast of her demonic sword. Then her group went to Hanatoa, where William tried to ease Betty’s concerns about possible danger to her hotel, and Molly and Rupert helped the frogmen get mud and water to grow their computer. The Ellesmeres took their younger children home, where Ethel told Emily about her adventures.

Molly’s adventure is at present unfinished and ongoing, so new pages should appear fairly often. Slightly larger versions of each page, 660 x 880 pixels, are available through my gallery at the Deviant Art website.

Story, characters, pencils, ink, color, all by Carl Miller, © 2007-2018.
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