Monday, July 27, 2009

Episode 723

Read the comic here.

I wanted the cloning pod to have links back to the pods on the One-Ringer, so I took the cheap and easy route and rebuilt the wall from the set.

I had a much better crowd shot, but I decided showing the Announcer-Frog was more important than playing the "where'd that mini-figure come from" game here in the blog. You'll see more of the crowd as the strip progresses.


(To save time: In today's cropped shot, from Left to Right: A Herring, Tom Servo, Squidman (Space Police 3), and Hondo and (just a bit of) Turk from 7753 (Clone Wars: Pirate Tank).)

11 comments:

Crazy said...

u shud show us how to make tom servo in mini
WV:tramori

Ben said...

booooo-taaaaaaaaaay

lol

Anonymous said...

So, what, is this the real Fox? Why else would Chris be showing this to us?

Oh yeah... he just waisted our time with a Star Wars 4 reference a few strips ago, as well as going over just how he came into possession of a platinum Darth Vader minifigure. I guess we couldn't trust him to get back on track, could we?

Christopher Doyle said...

@anon:

It's a clone of Fox, as stated several times in-strip, counting today with the "Clone Pod" line. The real Fox is in Plot-Device Drive at the moment...

...and, really, I've been "wasting your time" with this strip since the beginning. If you're looking for some sort of actual value-added comic, I suggest you start looking elsewhere.

mynamesnotyourname said...

LIKE LEGOSTAR GALACTICA!!!
It seems they're going some where!

Christopher Doyle said...

I'm a big fan of LEGOSTAR. If people here haven't checked it out lately, I do recommend you take a look: http://www.legostargalactica.net/

Ben said...

legostar is good stuff.
im just a bit confused by it.


all the other lego comics (this one S-Team) that I read dont have muh in the way of plot arc finishing.

Great escaper said...

Hey don't listen to the haters Chris, this strip is good

Christopher Doyle said...

@escaper:

Eh, not a worry. As I've said before, people are quick to gripe, slow to complement. At least they're reading, for whatever reason.

What I find interesting, though, is that people are complaining that the past week+ worth of strips haven't been furthering the main plot...when from this side of the screen they've been vital for setting up the next few months worth of story - and the closure of plot threads that have been hanging since the very first episodes.

C-Shorey said...

when'll we get some fails?

Louise said...

Chris, it all makes sense to me, and I'm enjoying it! Then again, I'm not exactly a good judge, nor do I have a good track record, when it comes to writing plots that make sense and then actually completing them ;-)