377: Journal 2

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Journal 2
That's my hat! You took my hat!
Title text: That's my hat! You took my hat!


This comic is a direct sequel to 374: Journal, where Black Hat discusses his plan exactly as Danish describes it here.

Danish proves she is equal to — or even better (worse?) than — Black Hat. Her claim that Black Hat will never see her again proves false in 405: Journal 3, however.

The whole "Journal" story are:


[Black Hat and Danish are sitting in a train across from each other. Black Hat is writing in a journal.]
Black Hat: blush
Danish: I see what you did there.
[Danish stands up.]
Danish: You were trying to open me up so you could hurt my feelings.
Danish: You like to hurt people.
[Danish walks closer.]
Danish: Well, I like to hurt people too. And you know what?
[Danish is in Black Hat's face.]
Danish: *whispering* I'm better at it than you.
Danish: I'm about to hurt you more than you could ever hurt me.
Danish: See, I just saw right through you.
Danish: Alone of all the people you'll ever meet, I understand you-
[Danish hits Black Hat's hat so it falls off.]
[Black Hat is surprised.]
[Danish catches Black Hat's hat and puts it on.]
Danish: -and you'll never see me again.
[Danish exeunt frame left.]
[Black Hat sits alone on the train.]


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I like how the explanation says that she is equal to, better than, or worse than Blackhat. Did we cover all of the bases? 15:42, 30 July 2014 (UTC)

It would be nice if the plot of the Journal series was not spoiled!

Fixed. I hope. --flewk (talk) 07:11, 28 December 2015 (UTC)

Fixed up the explanation. First time, someone check before removing the incomplete tag.Dontknow (talk) 21:49, 2 March 2017 (UTC)

I removed "worse than" from the explanation, because I think it ruins the point of the sentence it was in. Change it back if I'm wrong.

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