“yes I have a v serious question about your comic, how many times does romy wear my pants”
-hipster-ruki

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A million times

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Follow Amy, her blog is v high quality but also she is like the #1 best person in the world and actually yeah her pants appear in my comic so you really need to enhance your life and experience her greatness first hand

If you want to be promo’d and followed, send an ask about OUTGROUP. More promo info HERE~

“K this is great cuz I have actual curiosities about the thing—— I realize this is kinda sci-fi-ish, but what's the setting? Is it like dystopian future? Is it alternative present or past? Where is it in the world, or is that sort of irrelevant? And if it is all dystopian future, how is that evident (besides robots) ? Like is everything chrome and right angles or some other style? (That was kind of a lot and it's vague but I'm really excited for just the style and setting)”
-delightedppl

It’s not dystopian (which is amazing because I’m writing this). It’s 100-150 years in our future. So, the music nerds listen to classical music like Beyoncé, and their history books talk all about Trayvon Martin and the first woman president and the fall of the Bronies.  Their world is mainly concerned about who’s a robot, why are the robots building themselves, what if they attack, why are they asking for legal rights, aghghgjjh robots

The comic takes place in America, probably west coast, where there are a lot of pine trees and rivers. It’s a smaller town—all fenced in so that strangers can’t get in very easily (Stranger Danger equates to Stranger Might Be A Robot Danger). Because of robot induced paranoia, there isn’t a ton of technological advancement, so no chrome or lens flares. A lot of old motor boats and overused playground equipment.

But also holograms.

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Go follow Cotter for real, he’s my friend and I’m gonna have to ask him a lot of questions about math for this comic. Plus he’s music (this is my fav song of his) and math and deer???? So ye, highly recommended

If you want to be promo’d and followed, send an ask about OUTGROUPMore promo info HERE~

“Oh! I have a question! So if there are robots in the comic than how far has technology advanced? Are people still driving cars, flying with jetpacks or just teleporting everywhere? Has the whole world gone digital?”
-chaos-confusion

Since robots are building themselves to look and behave exactly like humans for no clear reason, there’s a lot of paranoia concerning all kinds of technology. So, during the time that the comic takes place, there has not been much advancement for the past decade. 
That being said, technology stopped being developed in like, 2113, so they’ve got holograms and magnetic cars and actually a lot of holograms because I love them. 
It’s basically exactly the kind of society that old people want: nothing has changed for years. 

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Go follow Chaos for a beautiful conglomerate of art, laughs, and gamin’

If you want to be promo’d and followed, send an ask about OUTGROUP. More promo info here~

“Tell me about the robots! Are they robots? Do they make them? Do they find them? Are the robots good or evil? Do they have other powers other than just being robots?”
-rachel-animated

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Okay, so here’s the robot deal: Dr. Joh Yunjin (who doesn’t actually appear much in the comic but look how cool she is) perfected the android for commercial use. These Joh-Bots became the 2113 equivalent of the iPhone: everybody wants one, there are knockoffs, and there are updates, like, every six months. 

Some time and many updates later, these Bots become so human-like both in appearance and personality that real humans get antsy over the morality of the whole thing. The engineers recall the Bots so that they can restrict their emotional capacities.

But apparently, the Bots had seen enough old sci-fi movies to know that this would happen, so some of them escaped and started to build themselves. Full range of emotion, illusion of growth, diverse designs and personalities and everything. Visually and emotionally indistinguishable from humans—you need a special tracker to identify them.

So that’s where the story starts: this world where robots are building themselves to be near-exact human replicas for no knowable reason. 

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Thanks Rachel! Everyone that likes art and sweet animations should go follow her immediately. 

Send more asks about OUTGROUP if you want to be promo’d and followed~

chafffer:

For the next 13 days, I will be doing a bunch of promos for people that are interested in OUTGROUP! OUTGROUP is a webcomic about robots and preteens and character foil moms. It’s going to start on September 30, updating on Tuesdays and Fridays, at this link!
Here’s the deal: I will promote your blog and go follow you—all you have to do is
1. reblog any one of my OUTGROUP arts (go check my outgroup tag to find more), and
2. send me an ask about the comic. Ask about the characters, the world, the families, the robots, whatever—be creative! (I reserve the right to withhold spoilers.)
So do the reblogs and the asks and get the promo and the follows—actually even if you just ask me about the comic I will be v excited thanks

chafffer:

For the next 13 days, I will be doing a bunch of promos for people that are interested in OUTGROUPOUTGROUP is a webcomic about robots and preteens and character foil moms. It’s going to start on September 30, updating on Tuesdays and Fridays, at this link!

Here’s the deal: I will promote your blog and go follow you—all you have to do is

1. reblog any one of my OUTGROUP arts (go check my outgroup tag to find more), and

2. send me an ask about the comic. Ask about the characters, the world, the families, the robots, whatever—be creative! (I reserve the right to withhold spoilers.)

So do the reblogs and the asks and get the promo and the follows—actually even if you just ask me about the comic I will be v excited thanks

For the next 13 days, I will be doing a bunch of promos for people that are interested in OUTGROUP! OUTGROUP is a webcomic about robots and preteens and character foil moms. It’s going to start on September 30, updating on Tuesdays and Fridays, at this link!
Here’s the deal: I will promote your blog and go follow you—all you have to do is
1. reblog any one of my OUTGROUP arts (go check my outgroup tag to find more), and
2. send me an ask about the comic. Ask about the characters, the world, the families, the robots, whatever—be creative! (I reserve the right to withhold spoilers.)
So do the reblogs and the asks and get the promo and the follows—actually even if you just ask me about the comic I will be v excited thanks

For the next 13 days, I will be doing a bunch of promos for people that are interested in OUTGROUPOUTGROUP is a webcomic about robots and preteens and character foil moms. It’s going to start on September 30, updating on Tuesdays and Fridays, at this link!

Here’s the deal: I will promote your blog and go follow you—all you have to do is

1. reblog any one of my OUTGROUP arts (go check my outgroup tag to find more), and

2. send me an ask about the comic. Ask about the characters, the world, the families, the robots, whatever—be creative! (I reserve the right to withhold spoilers.)

So do the reblogs and the asks and get the promo and the follows—actually even if you just ask me about the comic I will be v excited thanks

chafffer:

OUTGROUP (a webcomic about robots and twelve-year-olds) is only two weeks away from the first update! Here is a really cool robot lady named Orrin who is the #1, purple-haired reason you should read the comic.
Also I’m doing a promo for followers starting tomorrow, so go follow me for that once-in-a-lifetime opportunity 

chafffer:

OUTGROUP (a webcomic about robots and twelve-year-olds) is only two weeks away from the first update! Here is a really cool robot lady named Orrin who is the #1, purple-haired reason you should read the comic.

Also I’m doing a promo for followers starting tomorrow, so go follow me for that once-in-a-lifetime opportunity 

OUTGROUP (a webcomic about robots and twelve-year-olds) is only two weeks away from the first update! Here is a really cool robot lady named Orrin who is the #1, purple-haired reason you should read the comic.
Also I’m doing a promo for followers starting tomorrow, so go follow me for that once-in-a-lifetime opportunity 

OUTGROUP (a webcomic about robots and twelve-year-olds) is only two weeks away from the first update! Here is a really cool robot lady named Orrin who is the #1, purple-haired reason you should read the comic.

Also I’m doing a promo for followers starting tomorrow, so go follow me for that once-in-a-lifetime opportunity 

“Do not try to be pretty. You weren’t meant to be pretty; you were meant to burn down the earth and graffiti the sky. Don’t let anyone ever simplify you to just “pretty.””
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lezbhonest:

wow, these are too perfect.

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