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Comics - page 827 - difusing the situation - May 13th, 2016, 8:47 am

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Blitzkrieg1701, May 13th, 2016, 8:59 am

Boy, sure is a good thing I put Voting Incentives on hold for a while, otherwise today's page might have gone up hours late and only half finished! How lame would THAT have been, right?

Yeah, even with that off my plate, I was still super busy yesterday trying to get a bunch of stuff ready to print this weekend (and failed, I'm still gonna have to work on that some more this afternoon) including this snazzy new Gright poster!

I WILL be trying to get an extra large batch of Killer Station of Deadly Doom pages added to the new Incentive Gallery over the weekend, though, so hopefully that'll tide you guys over a bit. Really, I need to be picking up the pace on that anyway, 'cos all the NEW Incentives & Patreon comics that need to get shared with the general public are... kinda pilling up.

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Ed8, May 13th, 2016, 7:51 pm

I've heard it said that dogs are a good judge of character - if your dog likes someone they must be OK, so clearly the same principle applies to puppy-girls. Really this is the second time, as Tax basically did this exact same thing way back on page 88. Ichabod should be taking notes here as evidence of his Tax-as-a-mysterious-moderating-influence-on-Stilez-behavior theory that he was trying to convince his boss of back on page 759, so he can present this theory at the next Nitpickers conference.

Half-finished page posts are great - it's like getting a brand new strip twice! ;)

aqua (Guest), May 13th, 2016, 10:00 pm

Stilez is completely and utterly wrapped around tax's finger. if it was JUST love or affection it would have been a scientific impossibility for tax to get out of that hug. there is no way that stilez would have let tax go with a dangerous science person around. Stilez must allow tax to do anything even if it falls into her very narrow definition of dangerous

Ed8, May 14th, 2016, 5:57 pm

Not quite as terrifying as some other weapons....
@aqua: Aha! Thus confirming my theory that Tax is a bioengineered AntiStilez Superweapon!
The Mad Scientist Who Invented Tax: "Behold my Supreme Achievement: Weaponized Cuteness!! You are all Doomed!! Cower before me!! Noone can stop me now!! Bwah Ha Ha Ha Ha!!!"

Blitzkrieg1701, May 14th, 2016, 6:00 pm

If ever there were a webcomic that would weaponize cuteness, Far Out There is probably it.

Darius Drake (Guest), May 15th, 2016, 1:21 am

...you mean that there isn't a Cuteness Gun out there in the Far Out There Universe? If it stops those turned "cute" from attacking them back, it could even be purposefully made by one of the military's, instead of by a Mad Scientist.

Maybe a Bomb would work better. Have the government argue that they were worried about military attacks (or terrorist attacks, but that's a bit close to what the real world governements are currently spouting as their excuse for everything), but didn't want to threaten "innocent civilians", and so developed a bomb that doesn't DESTROY anything, but also renders everything in it's vicinity cute and harmless so that their military forces can enter safely.

Ed8, May 15th, 2016, 6:20 pm

I think you're equating "cute" with "harmless". Even Megaweapon can be cute if he wants to be, for example when he's manipulating his mom, but he's never, ever harmless. (In fact, I think it's even more terrifying when he's being cute, because you're left wondering what horrible crime he's trying to cover for)

Darius Drake (Guest), May 17th, 2016, 6:59 am

@ Ed8: I'm not equating it, I'm saying if you're making something that can transform people and objects into a "cuter" form, you ALSO have the ability to make them harmless. I did include the "If it stops those turned 'cute' from attacking them back" line on purpose.

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