Bwahaha! That was unexpected.
“Offer you job” needs an “a”.
Well that plot was short lived… what a kill joy… (puns not disappointment)
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Ack..Thanks for the heads up, but i’m not surprised this time. I had to run and I wanted to get this posted before I did otherwise it wouldn’t have got posted until now. Anyway, it’s now corrected!
it’s like magic!
The internet is made of magic. A wizard made the internet. Seriously… I can read comics for free from places I’ve never been and from people I’ve never met. It’s MAGIC!
Hyper Combo Finish! K.O! But seriously, hope that pwnage doesn’t mess with this multiverse timeline.
Black Sorcer Dude vs. Lazer Pwnage, fight!
YAY! Go pony-tail!
Sounded like the opening sepal to get you into one of those pyramid schemes anyways. So it was probably for the best.
But he already has that. A smart villain would promiise that one women
Hrm, now to wonder if Magic Man survived said laser beaming. Will Jax pull a DBZ and have him unaffected amidst a cloud of smoke, whilst a confident multi-verse policemen spends 2 minutes gaping in shock? Or not dead yet, just badly burnt? Only time will tell, I suppose.
I don’t think he would have killed him even if he can.
You aren’t supposed to kill the villain in the first act! That’s breaking the rules!
Rules are MEANT to be broken. Especially in comics and ESPECIALLY in webcomics.
I’ll take a double especial with cream please.
What size would you like that in?
I disagree. Rules are meant to be followed. It’s just that it’s so much more fun not to.
Rules would be pointless if we all had the mentality to follow whatever rules there may be. Thus we need to break rules in order to have them. Laws are made because people break rules before they exist. Rules need to be broken in order to make them. And since we do not have the mentality to maintain order ourselves, we need to break the rules.
No no no… you’re not making any real sense. Rules exist because people behave in ways they should not, true. But they are put there, so people will follow them. They are put there to prevent that behavior. Breaking a rule does not encourage that rule to exist at all, it just weakens it. It makes it mean nothing. Without the behavior there would be no need for rules true, but the underlying fact is that rules are meant to be followed.
Enforcing a rule is the reason it is followed. Why else follow a rule unless you’re given reason? My point is that rules would not exist if they weren’t broken, and thus are purposeless without opposition, meaning that rules are required to be broken for their own preservation.
HE IS A WINNNER
Um, Guys, Isn’t it against space police rule to hurt someone who hasn’t even hurt you yet,
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