Ozy And Millie: Introductions

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Notes: White-out in panel 3.

  9 comments for “Ozy And Millie: Introductions

  1. Wait, was Millie’s birth an attempt at a conspiracy by Llewellyn? Was he conducting an experiment to see what would happen if a Couch-Lander and a regular person reproduced? And if so, did he intend for Ozy and Millie to meet? Dana, any answers in the future?

    • Actually I thought that maybe it depends on the world. Maybe Locke ages backward only when he’s in his world, and if he stays in this one, he’ll age forward?

      • No, Llewellyn specifically said that “time was not on their side”, which I’m pretty sure meant that he was still aging backwards. “Youthing”, perhaps, if the other way is called aging?

    • None of the other kids have aged (other than the 8-10 jump- does that mean Timulty is now 6 instead of 4 too?) Anyway, only 2 have any known supernatural links. So think the generally-not-aging is pure Toondom or their friends would be teenagers 🙂

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