i didn't know this comic was based in australia, weird. also, someone should do some fanart of the drive to that abandoned house from a birds-eye view, maybe make their path taken look like a phallic object of some kind (i'd explain, but there's a kid in the room)
As a German, my first idea was that Leth might be living in the US, indeed. The first few strips with all that 1950s anti-communism and nuclear stuff just makes Europeans think of the US: It's sort of innate. But then I saw the cars with the wheel on the right side. So it could not be North America and the place sure did not look like Britain, so it more or less had to be Australia.
Btw, Leth.hate, I think you captured the Ozzie-atmosphere very well. I once visited my aunt in Australia. The neighbourhood Leth, Giselle and Zombers live in makes me think of her old place in the Melbourne suburbs. Keep up the great work!
@Doc Holliday: nice deduction, didn't notice those nuances. also, in the second paragraph, isn't the term spelled "aussie" as in australian and not "ozzie" as in ozzie "the prince of darkness" osbourne.
@william21: You're putting me into an ethical dilemma here. I am the last one to disrespect The Prince of Darkness. On the other hand, the spelling "Ozzie" instead of "Aussie" is quite common, as far as I know.
Then again, isn't The Prince of Darkness spelled with a "y" - Ozzy Osbourne?
@Doc Holliday: it may be spelled with a "y" but it's been a while since i've seen the correct spelling of osbourne's first name, and that was the only example closest to the front of my mind at the time