Helping Handon October 8, 2013 at 12:01 am
Welcome, incoming hordes of people from Blaster Nation!
For you non-horde people, I made a guest comic for Blaster Nation last Sunday. At ConnectiCon this year, I was lucky enough to share a table with its creators, Brad and Leslie, who are as awesome as their comic, which spans so many topics that any succinct description I could offer here would be doing it a great injustice. Instead, I’ll just say “it’s awesome and it has a ferret in it and you should check it out!”
Also, I’ll be at NYCC this weekend. Again, just visiting, but if you’re there on Friday and you see a Borderlands 2 cosplay group walking around (should be Dr. Zed, Tiny Tina, and Brick), I’m the Zed, so come say hello.
I would say this is just the sciencemen being like themselves again, but they actually know better. Asking the beeserker for a boost would prove harmful.
That’s how Beeserker says commas.
Wow, that… sure is an uncomfortable situation Yellow was in. Sharp robot teeth near the thingy. Ouch.
I wish I could make friends with other webcomickers.
I used to be, but they all stopped updating and disappeared
In panel 3 orange made a yellow speech bubble.
Ohhhh, I was wondering why Dozen was calling him Yellow a few comments up. Consider it fixed.
I for one, welcome the Blaster nation hoard.
It would seem that the main reason Beezerker is bending over between their legs IS that it was a convenient way to fit him into the image for panel 2, but it had to carry over into panel 3. This, class, is a perfect example of why you should plan out your composition beforehand. Otherwise things will can get rather silly.
Webcomics are not about silliness!! *fart*
I’ve been meaning to check this comic out for a while (ever since I heard about and slightly played the first Beezerker game, actually) but never went about it.. but that Blaster Nation guest comic reminded me to, and now I’m glad I did! 😀
Also way to have the female character with the hardest to remember name ever. Trisomething Ambrose, I think.
Thanks! Glad to hear that.
As for Trigona’s name, if need be, you can always make like the Sciencemen and call her Beegirl.