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  1. Picky intruder #4 from the left

    Ah irony, having a demon who was formally human who lived in LOS ANGELES which is basically ‘the angels’ by meaning. I am amused.

    On an unrelated note, I like the eyes in the last panel, good job.

    • David

      L.A. is just a brutally ironically named city in general. I try not to go there.

      Also thanks for the compliment!

  2. Johnny

    This is a book story. well just stopped to say this is cool ^_^

  3. Rich

    what does she know?.and were in any deminson are they??

  4. Lin

    All sorts of interesting things come from L.A.

  5. mjgsjmn

    (I’m talking to first comment dude, congradulations) Even though it’s called Los Angeles, if you’ve read Percy Jackson, Hades, the Greek god of the underworld, lives there.

  6. Umm...

    Welcome to Hell’s next door neighboors! I hope you enjoy your visit.

  7. Kisame

    Los angeles=lost angels=fallen angles=demons, Latin is never wrong.

    • Miri

      Actually…. “Los” is “The” in spanish.

      And Lost in latin is actually “Amisse” (I think I adverbed it right?) and nowhere close to Los.

  8. Zymish

    Yeah, except that the “los” in “Los Angeles” is Spanish and in nothing more than an article. It doesn’t mean “Lost”.

    I’m enjoying this comic. Lazarus reminds me of me ten years ago.

  9. English Geek

    I know this page was posted ages ago, but I just discovered this comic. I have to point out the spelling mistake on this page – in the middle section he says “and I”m not realy a de-”, “really” is misspelled. I’m liking the comic so far, though!

    • David

      Holy cow, that typo has gone unchecked for nearly a year now! Good catch.

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