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Comics - page 962 - That's what we in the business call an "Oops" - September 22nd, 2017, 8:23 am

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Trigger is a master at breaking things.  Many times, it's even on purpose!
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Blitzkrieg1701, September 22nd, 2017, 8:43 am

Another day of being REALLY ACTUALLY ALMOST JUST ABOUT FINISHED WITH CONVENTIONAL WISDOM STUFF (check later this weekend and something should be up) which means another one panel comic I could get done quickly... which I decided at the last minute to give a complicated, multi-layered lighting that ended up taking QUITE a lot longer than anticipated to get right. I mean , I do like the result (even if I wasn't able to cram in as many shout-outs to other sci-fi properties into the brick-a-brack as I'd intended) but so much for saving time.

Fun fact: at one point I'd planed on one-panel comics like these being a much more regular occurrence for Far Out There. Newspaper comics had a much bigger influence on my formative years than comic books, so early Far Out There strips were way more stand-alone, gag-a-day affairs with a minimal number of panels. Even after the concept drifted into something more story based, I toyed with the idea of having a second side-comic featuring the characters in silly, out-of-continuity situations. I eventually dropped this idea on the grounds of being too much work... only to stumble back into it anyway in the form of Voting Incentives.

Speaking of which, Voting Incentive!

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Darius Drake (Guest), September 24th, 2017, 12:08 am

Trigger! You're supposed to be GOOD at... destroying mechanical equipment in such a way that the damage is noticed slowly or after it's far too late to fix. Yikes. Good thing he hasn't done anything more major here, honestly.

Edit Add to the Incentive: Honestly, I suspect that the green skin might have actually been the first thing that Vashti did. After all, it's the least intrusive of the surgeries, and the most visually striking. That is to say, while the eyes and antenna are noteworthy adjustments, they aren't as "Look at this" as much as they are "glance and notice something that could be sunglasses. Wonder if this is a sunglasses commercial? Choose to ignore due to convincing self that it's a sunglasses commercial."

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