Added on: April 6, 2017

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April 6, 2017
Luckily no one at least mentioned noticing on the last page that her shoes were different colors.

I didn't make them different kinds of shoes because I thought's something she would notice. Maybe Annie and Lucy each have the same shoe in different colors and she accidentally got the wrong one.


April 6, 2017
Sure it's not just a quirky fashion of young girls.
April 6, 2017
Caley Tibbittz Collopy
Oh, that's last panel is hilarious and perfect.

Out of sheer tiredness, I've done the same damn thing -- that's what I get for buying the same shoe in black and also white.
February 22, 2020
I think she looks better with the normal sized boobs lol. But then I am thinking I am probably the minority in this comic lol
February 24, 2020
I don't think that's a controversial opinion. I've had readers try to convince me to make her less busty a number of times.

I think a certain percentage would prefer her with a normal figure, a percentage wouldn't care either way. But I do think a lot of people would like her to stay busty.

I could go either way, I almost didn't have her change early in the comic. But my intention was to try to have an unusual take on a busty superhero, so I followed through with that idea.

Sometimes it's fun to draw "natural" Annie, sometimes it's fun to draw "super" Annie. is certainly easier to draw natural Annie...
December 27, 2021
If it were purely a question of aesthetic preference, then sure, I'd vote for more realistically busty, but I understand the point is to have them so big they're causing her problems in her daily life, so realism or even idealism isn't the goal.

As for the shoes... I went back to the last page to confirm they were different. They're very tiny, and we aren't shown a good side-by-side comparative shot of both feet in the same panel (one's always lifted, mostly showing us the bottom). I could have written off any difference I might have notices as shadow tinting.

However, I think this way is best. It's really too subtle for any of us (who didn't colour it themselves) to notice on the first pass, that makes this page's joke a surprise to us!