We’re gearing up for our Kickstarter! We’re going to launch in the next week and will be making announcements about it here and on Brennan’s and Molly’s Twitters. Here’s a sneak preview of one of the new pieces of merch we’ll be making for rewards:

shirt design

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  • John Smith

    Love the “Rosie the Riveter” homage in the shirt. 🙂

  • Keith

    Not actually Rosie
    Edit: Oops, meant to post this as a reply to John Smith. Feel free to delete/ignore this comment

  • John Smith

    Aha! I always had the original poster in mind, not the Norman Rockwell version. Apologies to Norman, but the “Saturday Evening Post” cover was a bit too over-the-top for me.

  • Evan Coleman

    This is the first time I have disagreed with a comic so profoundly. Specifically, with the alt-text. MEALS ARE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTS!!!

    • Markus

      “X is a social construct.” -the most pedantic way to try and argue that something isn’t what it is. Just cause something is societally agreed upon doesn’t mean that that definition isn’t descriptive.

      • D. Schwartz

        Bingo. And furthermore some animals have meals in the sense of eating and then not eating for a period of time due to no hunger feeling.

  • KatherineMW

    That’s really interesting, thanks for sharing it.

  • Markus

    Am I the only one who thinks it’s kinda biased that the anti-4th tier is an old white male while the pro-4th debater is a young woman, possibly of color?

    Like, we already know which one Alison sides with. Painting in shades of black and white looks a lot nicer than big, bright crayon drawings saying “this guy is wrong.”

  • Observer

    Aaah, the old X-Factor. That never makes tons of sense unless it was spliced in somehow. With the storm as a controlled forced activation? Aliens experimenting for super soldiers? Course they weed out the ones that would actually make the humans a threat to them therefore eliminating a safe place to play genetic mad scientist.

    Or the Aliens spliced in genes meant to come to fruition in time and help us get the leg up when we were ready but some humans found out about it and forced early activation for their own reasons.

    Well, anything but natural evolution anyway. That would be hard to swallow.