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posted 19th Nov 2014, 8:40 AM

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19th Nov 2014, 1:49 PM

Lee M

Eat your heart out, Peter Parker.

PS I've now posted the "Danny's Journal" pages on my public OneDrive folder. I saved them as mht files which open in Internet Explorer. First is NJ001, then NJ01 onward.

https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=49F0DBEB4C88F1F7&id=49F0DBEB4C88F1F7!128

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19th Nov 2014, 9:51 PM

lorddarke

That's awesome work Lee. Thanks! (Sorry we're so late responding to you, we're having some money issues that may effect our household.) Ed.

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20th Nov 2014, 1:21 AM

Lee M

I sympathise with your money issues. Maybe you should do what a lot of webcomic artists do and start a Patreon page.

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20th Nov 2014, 1:53 AM

lorddarke

Thanks Lee, but I hate asking people for money, and it would take the comics and turn them from something I do for amusement into something I would be compelled to treat as work.

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19th Nov 2014, 2:54 PM

typhon36

Tremendous. Many thanks, we're much appreciative.

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20th Nov 2014, 5:19 AM

Dana

Hey Darkey

Great work, whose the spider? Shge's a cutie..more webs like this please...

oh and here's a question, hehe - where and how do they spin their webbing from...

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Dana

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20th Nov 2014, 7:38 AM

lorddarke

It's Cleome,The daughter of Ameanthium, An orb-weaver that befriends Danny and Fleur. And they make webbing the same way earth spiders make it, and use spinnerets to extrude it. Ed.

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20th Nov 2014, 2:06 PM

CyberSkull

I gotta wonder how much pressure her poor spinneret has to exert to extrude the webbing for it to go that far.

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20th Nov 2014, 8:18 PM

lorddarke

They are larger, tougher, and much stronger than earth spiders spinnerets of proportional size, and jet the liquid webbing out at roughly 1600 psi. Ed.

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22nd Nov 2014, 11:07 AM

CyberSkull

Wow. That is well in excess of a firehose!

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