We’re back, with a new comic page! I promised you one, it just took a little longer than I wanted. Sorry about that, what with bad weather and stomach problems, I just couldn’t get the time at the tablet to sit and be creative as I needed to do. But I’m better, it’s a sunny and pretty day, I feel good, and the page is ready and up for your enjoyment!
I’m sad that something had to happen in the DigiCon organizers’ lives to prevent the February con from going off as planned, but hopefully it’ll come around again soon, and we can gather there online and have a nice weekend together. I’m not going to sweat it, these things happen.
In case the references are vague, Locke is talking about Dante’s Divine Comedy, a poetic masterpiece in which he relates a story of his own allegorical journey to both Hell and Heaven. In Hell, his guide is Virgil, a Roman poet. In Heaven, he is guided by Beatrice, his ideal woman.