#314 | Chapter 9, Page 22B Posted by: Clownfish Studios , September 13, 2013 Share! Tweet Kneon Uh oh! Mia’s flying the ship… Saina Belaire Why am I not surprised by this? David Wright lol….he went from tell me about your dreams to how can I show off….love it! Budgie No mention that “it didn’t work” or he gets his pretty face sliced up. Com’on Mia, pipe up! Cameron Haider @Budgie: She’s talking about last week’s vision not last night’s lol btw, i just reread the first vision and the art looks way different…and everyone’s hair looks way way different… Kneon Either that’s because it’s a dream… or because it was drawn 3 years ago in a different style. 😉 Cameron Haider I was thinking: her vision altered her interactions with them; which, through the butterfly effect, changed their haircuts. But your guess is probably right 😛 Glich no, see, thats why we’re going to get an entire lion made of fire.. not a projectile liony fire, a entire lion made of fire.. Speedy Marsh I have 2 theories: 1 – It is the same battle, and in her dream, she substituted herself for Andrew. 2 – It’s a later battle, after Sid has learned about her, and she is disguised as a boy to try to keep from being the last female mage to be purged. Eric On the permanent link page to this comic, I cannot see the third panel in the top half, and I also cannot see any of the artwork below the third panel in the top half. Juliastes I feel your pain. Have you already tried clearing cookies, and making sure Zoom is 100%? At least you can still see the comic as a stand alone image if you show image in new tab. Eric My browser (IE8) gives me the option of showing link in new tab. Doing so does not fix the problem of having the rightmost 30% of the image being covered up. If showing image in new tab is different from showing link in new tab, then I do not know how to do it. Juliastes Internet explorer is the limiting factor. If you used firefox or chrome, you’d be able to open the picture in a tab where the only thing is a picture. IE8’s open link in a new tab only takes you to the next image instead of showing a tab with the picture by itself. Danielle Hunt After giving it a few updates… really not liking the new page setup. Loads slow, and it’s kinda unwieldy. I don’t like not seeing the full-size comic on the front page. Also, the off-center thing is driving my OCD tendencies up the wall. Guest Oh, and If you want it centered, just zoom in to around 250% (ctrl + mouse wheel) and the comic will center itself. Danielle Hunt Mine doesn’t center until the image is absolutely huge. Ah well, not anything important, just a nitpick on the changes. I’ll get over it. Ramani_Rayne Found Rhen’s reaction rather entertaining. 😀 As for the website design, mostly it just took me by surprise. I only recently recovered my bookmarks after re-installing my computer’s operating system, so I was worried for a moment that I’d screwed it up and was on the wrong page, but it turns out it’s the same, just different. I have no issues with the comic reading pages, although it did take me a few minutes to find the “latest comic” button from the front page. Liz Staley Rhen WOULD like the flashy idea.