It Never Rains, by Kari Maaren
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Monday, March 2, 2020
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Pop back tomorrow for the usual anniversary panel, as March 3rd will be It Never Rains' sixth birthday. And yes, I do have a habit of writing exciting storylines around the date of every anniversary. So far, we've got: Rose tries to come to terms with the fact that she's a future time traveller (2015); Rose travels in time for the first time (2016); Rose travels back to 1970 to find out what happened to Kris (2017); Rose finds herself stuck in 1955 (2018); Rose sees Casey meeting with Weird Beard and runs into Rahim (2019); Rose accidentally travels too far into the future and meets future Iz (2020). What will happen next year? Only time will tell.
Monday, March 2, 2020
Panel 1: In the future, at 127 Amser, Rose is sitting in a closet. Outside, in the room, future Iz is having a conversation with at least two mysterious people. This comic takes place entirely from Rose's perspective as she chills in the dark with two boxes and a push broom.

Mysterious Person: What are you doing here?

Future Iz: Just fixing the door.

Rose [thinks]: ?

Panel 2:

Mysterious Person: Oh, right. Good idea. We don't want a repeat of last July.

Future Iz: Nope. Just finishing up.

Rose [thinks]: ?

Panel 3:

Mysterious Person: While you're here, file these. We're in a hurry.

Future Iz: Of course.

Rose [thinks]: ?

Panel 4:

Mysterious Person: And check on the vortex before you leave.

Future Iz: Will do.

Rose [thinks]: ???

Alt-Text: Rose is thinking for all of us.

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