Continuity Editor This one was a lot of fun to read. However!
Devil: "Well Young Man, Have Fun!"
Danny: "Wait! I Can't Get My Hands Loose!"
"I Remember Now. Your Hands And Feet Stick To The Handle-Bars And
Pedals So You Won't Fall Off This Super-Speed Cycle!"
Oh really? If that's so, what's with:
Single foot off pedal on Page 11, Panel 3
Loose foot on Page 12, Panel 1
Two loose feet and a dangling hand, Page 15
alex So, the devil is a force for good in the end? Maybe *that's* why an omnipotent God allows him to exist.
amused by the implication that the bicyclist is a danger to others on
the road. You often hear of drivers killing cyclists and pedestrians,
but almost never the other way around (because it almost never happens).
not just that he's all old on the last page, but he's practically
wearing the same clothes. Like he became so obsessed with safe bike
riding that he just stuck to his childhood mental state. Living in the
basement, lost all his friends, never met a lover.
Or like he's been cursed to roam the land riding his bike carefully till the end of his days.
Chris Tucker: GOP Delenda Est! What
I don't get is why the Evil Spock from the Mirror Universe is doing in
Virginia, with fake devil horns glued to his head, giving really
bitching bikes to little dickheads like Danny?
think this comic is really cool. Being a former deputy editor of a
nationally published magazine, I must point out that the top of each
page says "Danny and the Demoncyle" instead of "Demoncycle". You must
Pastor Bob I
think there's a page missing inbetween page 16 and 17 where a
miraculously reborn Danny screams about finding Jesus, kisses a snake,
and renounces his Devil worshiping ways once and for all. All to a big
L'il Phoenix "Doubling on a bike is like suicide and murder!"
GEEZ, don't be such a dick, Danny. You could just say "No, that's not safe" or somethin'.
what's with Danny at the beginning of the comic? Plowing down old
people, causing violent car wrecks....this kid IS the spawn of Satan!
Seriously, he's evil! I was scared!
"And that's how Danny...lived happily ever after."
grew up to wear the exact same Scooby-Doo lame-o '70s clothes he wore
as a kid? Yeah, sounds like a real role model. Whoo boy. I can see
this dude pedalling around Berkeley preaching about chemtrails and
picking up aluminum cans.
Delcat The real message here seems to be "Parents, get your kids a prescription for
Ritalin or they'll blaze a trail of murder and property damage across
the neighborhood, honking their bike horns merrily as they plow down
senior citizens." Are we sure this wasn't commissioned by a
Alternate response, dealing
with page 13: "I'll slow way, way down when I see kids and old people
ahead...but the 21-65 demographic better watch out, I'm gonna scratch a
notch in my handlebars for every mid-range adult bone I break!"