Bob and George
Saturday, October 7th, 2000 #176
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Perhaps the only good thing to come out of this second batch of hand-drawn comics was the concept of George's mother. Oftentimes I've been asked what the hell she is. Is she some sort of amorphous black blob that apparently turns into an evil Pac-Man when she's yelling? Or is that merely a shadow of something much more sinistor?

Since George's experiences were supposed to be roughly based off my own, George's mother was to be roughly based on my own. I figured the analog in George's world of my mother would be a giant black amorphous blob that yells at him a lot, much like my mother. Well, except that my mother is a short white amorphous blob that yelled at me a lot.

Actually, the idea behind George's mother is that she is a powerful demi-goddess of some sort or another. As such, she more or less appears to you as you expect her to look. For men expecting a beautiful women, she is the most attractive woman in existnace; to someone expecting a scary demon, she is worse than your most terrifying nightmares. To George, however, she apparently looks like an amorphous black blob, probably due to psychological issues growing up. But what does she actually look like? I have no idea, but it's probably not like this either.
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