Ok, THAT I found amusing. I was *expecting* the chainsaw, but two? That’s all kinds of ‘ow’ for Mister Trollkir…
Um. Is there a page missing somewhere?
Not really, someone *AHEM*Aaron*AHEM* keeps for getting to put the chapter on the comic. So it won’t go in order when hitting the previous and next buttons.
I fixed the comic from the other day. Sorry about that.
Hopefully Aaron will get over whatever plague it is Josh brought home soon, so his head functions a little better.
prev/next links are out of sequence again . . . or is that part of the dungeon crawl experience? “You are in a maze of twisty little comics, all different . . .”
Me likes where this is going…
Mark of Zorro refrence! Woo-hoo!
Chainsaws! YESSSS! And hmmm, the slashy-slashy thing works with just about anything, huh? I look forward to sporks.
Isn’t there a Zorro, Inc. that takes people’s lunch money when they use the name? I’m not sure whether “the public domain Mark of Zorro” means the 1919 novel or the 1920 silent movie, but either way …
Either way, I look forward to the continuing adventures of Zorro Patrol!
More is always better.
I still don’t get the point of the random button…
Pick up anything that cuts, and it turns into a Magic Thing That Cuts. Best power ever!
How about sticking a nice illustrated header for this comic up there with your other big color comic headers? You could demote Nodwick archives to the text header since it’s pretty much done with new comics anyway.
WHO’S LAUGHING NOW?!
Don’t snerk too hard over Humphrey’s hometown… it exists.
- The Knowledgeable Iowegian
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