This is a comic – Don’t ever attempt something like this at home, unless you’re a professional swordsman. Merry Christmas, everybody!
Posts Tagged ‘swordplay’
You take a long hard look in the mirror and ask yourself; “is this the first time we’ve come across Madam Crux on Anyone for Rhubarb?”. The mirror answers “Don’t degrade yourself like that. You’re an embarrassment. Is that even your real hair or is it some kind of awful dog, that’s also a hat?”. Suddenly it’s clear. You got to get yourself a new mirror. You just GOT to.
Apparently I have nothing to say this week. Not even the littlest of opinions or silliest and most inconsequential of anecdotes. Nothing. The word “iron-tiger” keeps popping up though. Any text beneath a weekly updated webcomic would benefit from an iron-tiger. You can’t argue with that . Still, I haven’t found any way to work it in, so what good is that? No good at all! That’s what. No good at all, Iron-tiger.
I predict Madam Crux will be a returning character. Then again, maybe not. Last I’ve heard she’s talking major movie deals with George Lucas. ON THE PHONE!
Pirates are a safe bet, right? Pirates, cutlass’, bandanas and some awesome boat plundering and things automatically start to reek of smash hit. Pirates are for pop culture of the sea, what zombies are for the mainland. See also pop culture of the air: flaming seagulls of wrath, and pop culture of the forest: That guy Tom Cruise plays in Legend. You can’t go wrong with pirates. Still, you can’t say I didn’t make a darn good try.