We Are The WyreCats :: Power of Observation
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19th Jun 2016, 2:18 AM
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19th Jun 2016, 2:18 AM

First page of the new comic! In the fuuutuurreee!

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19th Jun 2016, 5:40 AM

HIGH FIVE! HIGH FIVE! Come on, don't leave the doctor hanging!

19th Jun 2016, 10:16 PM

Well, to be entirely fair, she did walk into that one. Maybe hold up your other hand, if 5 was the answer she was after. :) It's great to have you back and making comics again by the way. I'm ready for this adventure.

30th Jun 2016, 7:36 AM

So if there was any doubt that she's wide-awake, there ya go.

6th Jul 2016, 9:16 PM

Not sure if snark or just brutal honesty. Either way, I appreciate that quality!

14th Aug 2016, 6:31 PM

A little bit too blunt, but she can be forgiven as she just woke up...

24th Oct 2016, 1:14 AM

Precise!

19th Jun 2019, 8:52 PM

I was thinking the same thing. 4.8 would've been okay. 4.8-oh says a lot about this mysterious Ms Percival.

14th Feb 2018, 12:31 AM

Lol. 4.80. Bet she Didn't see that coming.

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Wyrecats 0-3: Power of Observation

CAPTION: June 13, 2023

PANEL 1: First person perspective from K.A. Percival’s view. We see her right hand as she lies in a hospital bed. At the foot of the bed is Dr. Rosemary Cree, a genial African-American woman in her forties, wearing a lab coat and glasses.

DR. CREE: Good morning, Ms. Percival!

K.A.: Where am I?

PANEL 2: Same perspective, Dr. Cree checks her chart.

DR. CREE: You’re still in the hospital. You only woke a week ago, so it’ll take time to retain things… please don’t push yourself.

PANEL 3: Dr. Cree holds up her left hand. We can see that, due to a congenital defect, her pinky finger is shorter than normal.

DR. CREE: We’ll start your rehab off slow….how many fingers am I holding up?

K.A.: 4.80..

PANEL 4: K.A.’s hand weekly points at Dr. Cree, who turns to the side and adjusts her glasses sheepishly.

K.A.: …the last distal phalange on your left pinky is gone…

DR. CREE (under her breath): …well….that’s perceptive.
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