Comic #1815: Synchronized cover story.

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Tapewolf

Someone who records sounds on strips of rust
Oct 23, 2013
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#6
It's been speculated/hinted that they were, at least briefly, back before Regina murdered Wildy's mom. Here: http://missmab.com/Comics/Vol_388.php
Sometimes reading both forums help finding stuff like that. Thanks to Tapewolf for pointing that out over there.
What is up with the new quoting system? It is a counter-intuitive monstrosity and even when you figure it out, it is slower and more cumbersome to use than the system it replaced.

Now. What I actually came here to say was that I can't claim credit for the p.388 link. On the Katbox version of the comic, there is a comments section immediately below the comic itself. Occasionally people post insight there which isn't on either of the forums, so it is worth keeping tabs on that too.

As for Dan and Regina's prior history, this is also relevant: http://dmfa.katbox.net/comic/972
 

Radagast

Gallery Volunteer
Feb 29, 2012
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#7
Yeah, I'm reasonably certain that's just being invoked as a socially acceptable cover. To quote the page comment: "For when you got to save face due to not being able to punch face."