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Comics - page 615 - DRAMATIC SCOLDING - February 21st, 2014, 3:56 am

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Dr. Hector probably built an extra moon JUST to provide dramatic nighttime lighting.
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Blitzkrieg1701, February 21st, 2014, 4:20 am


Okay, so here's the thing: I was busy working on Conventional Wisdom's Katsucon update a lot longer than expected, and didn't even get started penciling this page until 1 am. When that happens, guess what? Suddenly this page has super dramatic lighting that I don't have to color in!

Yeeeeeeaaaaaaaaah... sorry to be cutting corners this time. Also, sorry I realized WAY too late that they layout here is off. There should have been three rows, not two. The first panel should have been the whole top row, so that we could see a sky with dramatic lightning and crap. The 2nd and 3rd panels should and been the middle row, so that the whole bottom row could be the last one. Then we'd have more room to see Megaweapon squirming in terror. That's always good. *sigh* The things you realize at five in the morning.

Well, as much as I hate to say it, all that early morning last-minute scrambling means no new Voting Incentive today. I know, I know, but I don;t have another convention until late May, so this shouldn't happen again any time soon. In the meantime, you can always vote anyway and continue to appreciate a future where uniforms can double as wetsuits!




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Seros Senric (Guest), February 21st, 2014, 5:18 am


This page...
It potentially reveals so much...

Also, "prescious" should be "precious" I believe.
And I've always spelled it monologue rather than monolog.



You know, the only way I can think of for them preventing Crosby from calling them up, is if they'd paid for the damages before leaving the ship.
Anything else they could have tried I don't think would have ended well for them, given what we know of the people that pretty much live on that ship...



(Also, forum)


Hexagonaldonut (Guest), February 21st, 2014, 8:06 am


You have no idea how satisfying it is to see this. Like, Megaweapon's finally getting what he deserves and it's just amazing seeing it.

(To say I don't like Megaweapon would be a slight understatement. I wouldn't wish him dead, but he's definitely a giant pain.)


Blitzkrieg1701, February 22nd, 2014, 1:18 am


I need some kind of Notification thing to let me know when things are actually happening on the forum (aside from, you know, people just up and telling me)

SS: Dang it, spellcheck REALLY messed with me this time.

Anyway, the problem here is that most of the damage Megaweapon "caused" didn't happen until after they left. Captain Crosby would have called the owners of the energy monster things first, but they'd have insisted they took all the proper precautions to disarm everything before bringing it aboard. If somebody else (Megaweapon) took one out and restored it to working order, it's THAT guy's fault. Thus, Crosby calls up the Hectors (I thought about showing this bit of detective work, but since the reader already knows Megaweapon did it, it seemed redundant)

Hd: Oh, you just wait until next week! *evil laugh*


Mr BreaksIt (Guest), February 22nd, 2014, 7:06 am


Dr. Hector is taking this surprisingly well. He hasn't even transfered Megaweapon's brain into a three-toed sloth yet.


Darius Drake (Guest), February 22nd, 2014, 3:44 pm


Oh, so THAT's where it came from. I wasn't certain. After all, it COULD have been one of those things just thrown out into the vacuum of space.


Blitzkrieg1701, February 22nd, 2014, 9:54 pm


DD: Yeah, I made the mistake of showing Megaweapon stumbling onto it WAAAAAY earlier than I should have. By the time the thing actually became plot-relevant, no one had reason to remember that Megaweapon had ever touched it.


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