Four girls from everywhere.
A school in the middle of somewhere.
A city at the edge of anywhere.
A school story like you'll find nowhere else.

The Extras is a modern take on a classic boarding school story, a slice-of-life comedy / fantasy about the everyday adventures of growing up. Located in the City, the School of Saints Java and Hellbender is as much a character in the story as the girls from almost everywhere who live and learn there, and just as full of secrets.

Chapter: 3: Midterms Page: Album XVIII - TV

4th Nov 2022, 3:00 PM

Album XVIII - TV

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Firefly Jelly 4th Nov 2022, 3:00 PM
TVs in the City tend to use the round screen format, while films are the familiar (to us) rectangle. The big TV is rather old and not the standard of "big" we are used to these days, but it works and that's what matters.

I haven't decided if it uses a CRT, LCD, LED, or other, stranger technology. It's one of those things that the readers can decide for themselves.

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5th Nov 2022, 3:53 PM
Aw, come on, you leave us on a cliffhanger with Chantilly's reaction to her grades last week and then drop in another album page instead??
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5th Nov 2022, 4:02 PM
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The stars (and our schedules) do not always cleanly align, sadly. I try to put things in a better order when I publish the print editions!
28th Nov 2022, 6:09 PM
Oh! The trials and tribulations of being a webcomic reader. *giggle* It's free, the story is fascinating and the art very good, so I try not to complain.
28th Nov 2022, 6:14 PM
Hmm, TV technology... You could perhaps go with electromechanical as in the very first TV, invented by John Logie Baird. Or what about bioluminescence? I'm not sure how to get signals to the luminescing cells; maybe neurons, with the whole thing being genetic engineering or something? Eh, I dunno if it fits your theme.