*everyone stares up at the Martian saucer in the sky*
*Mike’s like, ehhhh*
Does that ship even have weapons on it?
Mike’s entire hair is one big antenna that feeds the misery of others via osmosis, he doesn’t need to look
Mike can’t look up, it’d ruin his hairstyle.
“you mean the empire that sal’s mom genocided in a fit of rangst?”
“yes! the empire that sal’s mom genocided in a–wait, are you trying to spoil the grandeur of my victory? stop it! i’m warning you…”
+1 Spot On. Would upvote again.
I presume Monkey Master is quoting the Librarian from Unseen University.
If so, it’s a misquote. The actual quote is “ook.”
What? My mother was a saint!
Poor Big Boss,he’s like:,,Hey guys,could you stop staring at that saucer and get me out of here! Anyway,it’s not that impressive, I’ve seen it thousand of times.”
Interesting juxtaposition of the saucer over MM. So the uhuh’s are for the saucer in AH’s control, Big Boss inside MM, or both?
And how did they get over the fence anyway?
Hmm, would just jumping on the fence work? Your body can’t be used to ground the current if it isn’t touching the ground. I honestly don’t know. Electric fences are mainly used to keep livestock in, and most livestock couldn’t pull off something like that (cow climbing a fence? As if!).
Okay… So what we’re saying here is that SEMME never thought to do the simplest fail-safe security precaution and remove the fuel cells from the engine and store them separately?
I think I know why but it would be a spoiler.
SEMME has demonstrated they have all the competence of a six-year-old’s half-assed drawing of a squirrel, so I don’t think it even really NEEDS a spoiler why.
I love that Monkey Master apparently has fully mobile eyebrows, but not functional elbows. Priorities.
I appreciate a villain who knows the value of a good gloating speech.
Er, hi! I feel kinda out of place here because all the other comments are really short but whatever. I went through the rigmarole of creating a Gravatar and I may as well make the most of it.
It’s taken two (maybe three?) afternoons, but I’ve read the whole lot of comics on this site after finding the webcomic through the TFWiki’s TV Tropes article. Probably should’ve paced myself. Eh.
Anyway. What’s made this comic for me is all your little analyses and dry comments below each strip. They’re awesome, and it’s great being able to see into the little extra details you’d miss otherwise through them.
Er. I’ll probably read Shortpacked and Dumbing of Age later, once you finish uploading It’s Walky here… but I guess the question should be, what of Joyce and Walky? I’m a bit confused as to where that’s gonna be available… there’s like a website? And I have to like… pay a subscription?
Okay, whatever, the point is that this is an awesome webcomic. Great job with it. I’ll be sticking around to see the end.
There are Joyce and Walky comics that are available for free on the Joyce and Walky website (at least I think they still are). However yes, at the current time, the main storyline comics of Joyce and Walky are only available as a paid thing. It was a subscription service, but he has now completed the storyline. As far as I’m aware, David has not yet decided whether he is going to upload the subscription comics to this website when he gets to that point, but with the number of comics there is, he has a long time before he has to make that decision.
Ook. The ultimate finisher to any scentence.
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I'm so excited for a webcomic that's not about being drunk and depressed!
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