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Alliance, Jan 01 2007 10:38 am ( Reply )

As far as this comic goes I can safely say your trying to hard to be funny but the artwork is pretty good also is this supposed to be about video games or is it a political comic?

dinodudemax, Jan 01 2007 10:56 am ( Reply )

it can be about both. making just a video game comic is hard, its easier to make up jokes if you have a wider variety subjects to make fun of.

thunderstrike, Jan 01 2007 05:12 pm ( Reply )

I don't think I ever put anything "video game" in any of the comics. (except for the Contra line in the first comic) I can safely say that this is NOT a political strip. In fact it may begrudge you to know that this comic was in no way intended to be a slam on any political view/party affiliation. The focus of the comic has been mostly pen and paper gaming, as well as seemingly random references.

Thanks for the comment about the art by the way.

Jamesluke32, Jan 02 2007 12:10 pm ( Reply )

Funny Thing is . . .
He did try to get himself some free stuff, dog tags or a hat or something, but they never sent anything they just kept calling our house trying to recruit both him, and me. Funny thing is I was already in the Air Force.

thunderstrike, Jan 02 2007 04:48 pm ( Reply )

The Reality:
As pointed out, this comic is based on actual events. I did in fact attempt many times to obtain the elusive "free" t-shirt or dog tags or "boonie hat" only to be overly encouraged to "join up" or to put a brother on the phone.

InquiringMind, Jan 03 2007 01:27 am ( Reply )

I know the army has a 'don't ask don't tell' but you may want to watch out for sarge there, he seems kind of assertive.

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