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Comics - Happy July of the Fourth! - July 4th, 2016, 6:00 am

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Blitzkrieg1701, July 3rd, 2016, 10:09 pm

I really need to stop forgetting to mention that there's an extra holiday comic coming until it's too late to actually get anyone's attention.

But yeah, it's Independence Day over here in the USA, and as always, I'm taking my federally mandated day off as an excuse to make even MORE work for myself! YAY!

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Ed8, July 4th, 2016, 7:57 pm

I think Gright has done several holidays now - who would have thought he was such festive guy? (doll? thing? mascot? whatever he is)

Ed8, July 4th, 2016, 8:01 pm

Also: (*insert obligatory ironic statement about Gright and Current Politics Here*)

Darius Drake (Guest), July 5th, 2016, 6:33 am

@ Ed8: Corpse, Crash Test Dummy, Puppet, Toy, Character, Clone, Dummy, Avatar...

Actually, I would find it HILARIOUS if something akin to Mythbusters actually started the Gright phenomenon in Far Out There. It even makes sense. They replaced Buster, the Crash Test Dummy, with a purposefully made, blue version with a fake headshot wound (it was there for laughs). They called it Gright, and he was a Suicide Doll due to constantly "willingly" going into situations where he would "die". Everything else fits with Mythbusters, where Buster already plays dress-up for every roll.

Ohh! Even better! That all happened, but the original Crash Test Dummy was actually called Fright. Then, for one of the tests they needed a doll, so they made a chibi Fright doll, which they ended up calling Gright (shortened from Gnat Fright, because marketing wanting to sell Fright Dolls, and "Mini-Fright" wasn't trademarkable). The large eyes are to make Gnat Fright, or Gright, just a little bit cuter, and Gright ended up eclipsing the Mythbuster's Clone and becoming a multimedia powerhouse!

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