Friday, August 21, 2009

Episode 742

Read the comic here.

Now that there is a Friday cliffhanger.

15 comments:

Darth Extractum said...

Sept. 29, 2003, when hurricane Juan struck over Halifax? I wonder much more cranky Juan can get before he turns into a hurricane.

Duckingham said...

But you can't just end it all ... what would be next? A completely different story with new characters? You can't do that...

Well, okay, you can, you're the writer. But I'm sure it's just a twist and you already have the next 500 strips planned out. ;)

abcd77 said...

not really I beat that Whiskey and every one else will land right on the Excuter or somthing and you'll make some dumb pun or somthing

Ben said...

heh nice chris threatening us with closure

nice comic btw

Kevin said...

He's monologing

and you know what that means

Sea Breeze said...

That should be the prize for the next reasonably clever contest. An all expense paid trip to vegas with mary sue.

bstlm said...

@ Kevin:

No, I don't.
WV: matzint

Little Fire said...

Whatever happened to the Cola Wars?
Nice comic, and nice use of the "Execute at Dawn" cliche. :P

Christopher Doyle said...

@little fire:
The cola wars were just an extension of the war between Scotch and Juan - really, you're seeing the end result of the cola wars in these strips.

Little Fire said...

@ Chris:

So...

Steve won't be making many more appearances?

Christopher Doyle said...

@Little Fire:
You never know. The execs are still all out there...somewhere.

Danny said...

I like steve

Clifford said...

I finally get the joke!!!!
Hah, Ive been reading it over and over for two days ant i FINALLY GET IT!!!...
nice
C-Shorey

Clifford said...

hang on whose Steve?

Kevin said...

@bstlm

From: http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/citations/monologing_1/

Quotation: Monologing: This is a brand-new term, created by the movie “The Incredibles.” It refers to a villain bragging to a captured hero, giving up all the details of his cunning scheme—which, inevitably, gives that hero time to escape and foil the plot. Batman foes are especially prone to monologing, as demonstrated by the “60s TV show. But James Bond villains are equally guilty, which the Austin Powers movies spoofed to good effect.