If the door too is made of chocolate, I’m pretty sure it won’t stop anyone, specially some big girl who shall remain unnamed, from running away if they want to.
But will she be able to stop eating the door long enough to escape? :o
You speak as if those two options are exclusive. Obviously, you take the chocolate door with you to eat while you escape.
Chocolate is actually pretty heavy in bulk. I ordered a box of assorted chocolates for a friend this past Christmas, and it weighed a lot more than I expected it to. Not just a candy box; a shipping box full of chocolate.
I’ve never had flavored cotton candy before (though I know it exists. I just haven’t found any to buy.) I wonder what chocolate cotton candy would be like?
Heather> Actually, he means it looks and has the texture of cotton candy (or licorice as mentioned above) but it is made of pure chocolate.
I just noticed something, the sign over the theater. 100 Grand Theater. I am not sure, but the Nestle people (if they even see this) might, MIGHT, ask that it be changed, because of the candy bar.
Awesome! Someone noticed! And on the previous panel, I had one on another door that said Red vine Room:) I try to put things in as often as possible so keep an eye out!
Ippi> Thanks for looking out for us:) As far as copyrights, I don’t think anyone will mind. If I had a candy bar on there and called it “100 Grand” and made it look just like theirs, yeah. They got me there. But the thing about how Shards works is that it modifies all tales. Sure, seems like Willy Wonka, but it isn’t him. The Candy Man is a prime example of the parody law which allows comedians, authors, comic book artists, etc. get away with using likenesses to people, places, and things without being attacked every time they wanna make people laugh. I doubt Blizzard got Paris Hilton’s permission to make a character based on her, or Paramount’s permission to make a Harrison Ford/Dr. Jones character, in World of Warcraft ( I used to play. I miss it:( ). Other examples include Mad TV, Saturday Night Live, Ninja High School and Gold Digger (Antarctic Press Comics), The Simpsons, Futurama, etc. Here’s a quote from the site I got some info from: “A parody, because it is a method of criticism, must inevitably make use of another creative work.” Here’s the site itself: http://http://www.publaw.com/?s=parody+law
Again, thanks for looking out for us. Feel free to mention again if you think we cross the line. Just keep in mind that Shards deals with actual fairy tales, myths, and legends. We worry about copyright when we deal with the modern tails — anything written by someone within the last 100 years or so. We also look at who else has done something with the famous tale and go from there. We try to be original LOL.
I do not think that they would do anything, because it is not a bar, but you do know how lawyers get, always looking for some way to squeeze money out of us poor folks.
Indeed:) Which if I just typed that again, oddly enough, the comment function says I cannot do! Well, then so I type this up. But what I really wanted to say was my token “indeed” of agreement:)
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What day of the week should the full comic come out on?