With lots of glitter, and Dramatic!Sarah and colour by the wonderfully inspired . Go glomp her in gratitude.
Is this the glittery death of the E/S alliance?
Can Christine actually bake anything successfully?
Find out in part 2 - coming soon.
This page of GND is respectfully dedicated to Messieurs Chris Lie, Jake T. Forbe and Brian Henson.
*succumbs to poorly timed coughing fit*
This is a work of fanart and solely intended for shits and giggles. Not mine, not making money from it.
Sarah, the Right Words, Goblin horde and Jareth (c) Lucas, Froud, Henson; Connelly and Bowie
Christine and Erik (c) Leroux and Webber.
Based on the original Roommates comic by *AsheRhyder
OMG rereading, and just noticed the mug.
Lol you rock!
Lazy sarah, haha
Could be worse though, if she really hated him she'd say this phrase while skydiving.
"No glitter-poofing in this apartment!!!!" Say...I wonder...who generally does the cleaning in E&J's apartment? And the cooking, for that matter. Or is it a turns thing?
(Thanks. The whole run of early ideas were the wackiest, when the crossover concept itself just cracked me up - then came pesky character development an'all....)
Poor Erik's probably forced to clean more than once a day, with Jareth's sparkling antics. I can see why he's so displeased with Sarah at the moment.
I love both your wacky jokes, and those characters you force development on
I haven't read too much of 'Roommates' (since I began any sort of cross-over fandom with your comic), but after I'm finished with this re-read, I'll tackle that as well. Then maybe on my third re-read, everything will be even funnier
Main divergences are the exact chronology of Erik and Mag meeting and hooking up, and the Erlking being Jareth's daddy (I point an accusatory finger at Lord Flashheart of 'Blackadder' myself, though Jadis violently denies all.).
Haha! Jareth is rather unfortunate, in terms of parents and step-parents. (though he has Sarah to blame for the latter)
"You couldn't just walk downstairs?" Ah Sarah, you're just teasing him now.
For what it's worth, it's not a gag I'd do nowadays; things were a little whackier and careless of continuity in the gag-a-day, non-overarching-story-telling early pages of this comic.
And why walk when this is so much more convenient? Silly Jareth.