the ending was ok, but i didn't really understand what the justification was for certain characters going to jail vs being let off the hook. it also seems like the story could have easily been spun to make Agatha the hero, fumbling her way through Wanda's mysterious sitcom fantasies and putting an end to it
bonus cat on jesus statue and cat on its own prayer mat
oh to be a cat flying out in space at FTL speeds, served by a superintelligent AI unit
when I was in 5th grade, about 9 years old, I drew a pic of a woman and a bunch of other kids could not get over the fact that I gave her boobs (they didn't look crazy, just two bumps on her chest, in a t shirt) and would just be like "ALEX IS DRAWING BOOBS" So I stopped drawing boobs.
Then, about a year later a teenage friend flipped through my sketchbook and was like "cool drawings but why do all your women have flat chests?"
anyway, stop teaching your kids to be weird about body parts
frankly from a biologist's perspective, a complete restructuring of how gender and bodies are categorized would be useful but of course this is not how language works. nobody would want to hear someone go "announcing my new category of 'blemales' for people with these ranges of estrogen and testosterone..."
"people who have vaginas" "people who have penises" would also be useful to shorten, but of course i can already hear the cries of one million transphobes going "u mean male and female hur hur" along with the inevitable evolution into exactly that. tbh, it IS actually an issue that discussing issues faced primarily by cis women (and people perceived as such) is super difficult if you have to dance with long-winded terminology.
this actually looks like a terrible year 2000 photoshop. so, you know, not bad for 1992 state of the art television
the alien world of... santorini, greece