The Princess

To My Beloved Royalty...

Things I learned preparing this strip: Abolitionist and woman's rights advocate Frederick Douglass played violin!


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RachelN
 

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Is that just a generic doll Jules is holding in the last panel, or is it supposed to be a particular character? A girl bunny with a little bow, no less--rather unusual for a boy, even in a strip like this where most characters cross gender lines in some way. Now I'm going to go nuts wondering if it has any significance.


Thank you for information on Frederick Douglass. Nothing I've read or watched about him ever mentioned that detail. 

Incidentally, as a ragtime fan I'm biased to be sure, but I do wish one of your characters was interested in Scott Joplin. Smile

Submitted October 2, 2014 at 10:49PM



Pinkbatmax
 

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That's a character I use to explore agoraphobia: http://mypinkself.deviantart.com/gallery/






Submitted October 2, 2014 at 11:18PM



Bonnie
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Guest post by "Bonnie"
I know that lil bat doll! :-D (heh, the site is having me select the violin to post)

Submitted October 3, 2014 at 11:18AM



RachelN
 

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My mistake. I didn't know it was a bat until I saw the agoraphobia strips. I assumed it was a bunny because it looked a bit like a gender-flipped version of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit. (And if I have to explain who that is, you need to brush up on your animation history).

Submitted October 4, 2014 at 6:36PM



Pinkbatmax
 

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Well, I designed her after Mickey, so the look's come by honestly. XD






Submitted October 5, 2014 at 3:52PM



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