07/03/13 What’s The Point

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Yup, that’s the last bonus strip. I hope you’ve enjoyed them! They were fun to do, but, Phew! The extra work was intense!

Have a happy 4th of July, fellow Americans (sorry about that, Britain). Drink moderately and drive responsibly!

Thank you for the feedback I’ve received about next project betterment. I’m not embittered, I’m embettered. :)

19 Comments

  1. stevegallacci

    “Paul”? And you are not nearly so imperious that He would address you so. (though Chris is a top-notch professional, he is also a really nice guy, and would have his cast more at ease than that) So, who is the rest of the cast and have we seen their work before?

  2. VincentG

    I just got to thinking: why would the controls to activate (or deactivate) the Draak-Sim only be on ‘our’ side?

    Does this imply the Pan-Universal Geniuses were from our universe?

  3. TimM

    @VincentG. Christopher doesn’t say they’re ONLY on ‘our’ side. It could be on both but once deactivated, it cannot be reactivated.
    Or he sabotaged the other side’s to prevent them from activating it, thus our deactivation end it for good.

  4. Waldobaby

    “why would the controls to activate (or deactivate) the Draak-Sim only be on ‘our’ side?”
    “It could be on both but once deactivated, it cannot be reactivated.”

    Where does it say these things? How do you know that only two universes are involved? People advise to avoid time travel themes because there lie headaches, but you could say the same for dimensional travel and the logical absurdity of “alternate” universes. Another good point for avoiding the writing of a never-ending storyline.

  5. Christopher

    @SteveGallacci, i think that Jerry, who plays Krep, had a walk-on role on “The Days Of Our Lives.”

    @Mummpizz & @Jediadept, suggested by @KQY in the previous strip’s comments! An awesome suggestion.

  6. zb

    The business with the draak-sim and timekeeping somewhat reminds me of the meter being officially redefined in terms of the speed of light (and vice-versa). This bothered some people, due to the length of a meter now being defined by the limit of our capacity to measure the speed of light, and thus officially subject to “change” as the accuracy of our measurements improves.

    Eh, serves them right for basing their system of timekeeping on pan-dimensional constants instead of good old-fashioned dimensional constants.

  7. Pete

    Thank you very much for the bonus strips, Chris.

    @zb,
    The length of a meter (and any other length unit) has *always* been defined by the limit of our capacity to measure some standard, and thus officially subject to “change” as the accuracy of our measurements improves.

  8. Ada

    @stevegallacci, I read Paul’s attitude in the bonus script not as subservient but a sort of verbose comment that people sometimes make to their friends, sort of “hamming it up”.

  9. Corpore Metal

    “I’m *twice* the fool.”

    Zing! I *love* it when Nogg turns a burn into a reverse burn! This comic has made me laugh out loud more times I can count, Chris! Thanks for sharing it with us! Will buy book three when it comes out! This insanity must be rewarded!

  10. stevegallacci

    Ada, you are likely correct, as I may have been a bit too defensive of Chris’s character. He really is a fun, great guy in person, so harass him mercilessly at any public apperence.

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