What a ninkempoop! Originally I had another comic planned for today, but 10 mins before posting, I found a better way to execute it. Luckily I had myself a buffer of comics to go to! Cheers!
Kick back and relax your joints at the I am ARG Facebook group!
Thursday marks the start of Toronto’s FanExpo! The Canadian equivalent to SDCC. Lynn and I will be there in the Artist Alley, Booth A304, august 22nd to the 26th! We’ll have a whole bunch of new comic and art prints, posters, Buttons, I am ARG Volume One and I’ll be doing on the spot commissions all weekend! It’s a great time and I look forward to it every year! So stop by booth A304 and say Hello!
he took it off bit literal
Wouldn’t that be elevatored?
But yeah, my legs get to aching when I skate too hard. But it’s fun until the sore kicks in.
Somehow, I can’t help but remember that elevator scene in the first Resident Evil movie…!
… Okay, that last panel is seven kinds of impossible. I’ve suspended disbelief before because it is a comic, but this goes beyond the pale. You expect me to believe your hat stays on even while upside-down?! Absurd! I’ve had enough of your shenanigans, sir! Stick to sensible, relatable comics… Like Pizza Dimension… Pizza Dimension is straight legit…
Also, I like how disappointed the fireman looks. He’s like “Really, dude? Really? Come on, get your crap together.”
All I heard was, “Grr, ha, der, pblttt!”
Aw, I love you too, dude. Give me a hug.
This is an important lesson – Dont leave what you tell folks open to interpretation.
For example, when a kid asks “can i go do X or Y?” and you respond with “Sure, Knock your self out.” Be prepared to find said child unconscious in some random location.
If that is supposed to be an elevator door, impressive you got caught in it.
Subtlety is not his strong suit.
Soo… why the fireman brings that axe? Wouldn’t be easiser to open these doors?
I think that most people would agree that it’s just easier to cut of a sore limb.
A fireman without his axe is like a cop without donuts. It’s not entirely necessary all the time, but it’s definitely a sociocultural norm to have it on hand. Just in case.
Or like a cop without an axe, it’s just not the same.
Well, it’s elevated ok.