that is a terrible, awesome, and inventive use of a meme.
I have got to work “code rule 34″ into conversation now.
I suspected something like this given the title, and the motif of sneezing/spitting/spilling. Yes, I can see Hanners as being perfect for the job, and Marc being perfect for this one.
It is really, really nice to Tim and his wife together. The moments of rebooted Fans I treasure the most are the family moments with the old caste. They still are far, far more significant to me than the new recruits. Hilda I have warmed up to almost immediately (the emotion she showed while outside the world, and her cleverness, even when it backfired, really won me over quickly), and when Zaha made the body switch it seemed to pull her character together nicely. The others (Marc, Baxter, Di, and Jesse) have yet to fully take root in my heart. Di least of all, actually. I suppose that is because I can’t help but feel she is a danger to everyone I have come to love, until she gets a grip on herself, at least.
My favorites of the new generation, since Telos listed his, are, in order from most favorite to least: Marc (Surprisingly amiable, good chemistry with other cast members), Jessie (Well, the ass-kicking Team Alpha personality), Bax, Hilda, Zaha, and Di. Di I have the most problems with, she really needs to be knocked down a peg or two, or her ego is going to get someone killed.
Anyways, to the current storyline, Mr. Campbell, please, please, please tell me that they’ll fight Kim Jong-Il himself, who is wearing a giant robot suit. It’d be like a modern version of Wolfenstein’s Mecha-Hitler boss.
“Code Rule 34″ = INSTANT MEME!
Also, first time I noticed this site has a comment section. What.
i’m not a fan of Di either. she’s working on making herself better, but atm she’s bottom rung. Hilda is my favorite, even though i don’t think we’ve seen her as much as some of the rest, but she’s been by herself being tortured that time, and still didn’t turn on them at all. I appreciate loyalty in characters/people. Marc is a little full of himself i think, but his confidence will probably get him put as Rikk’s replacement since it’s inspiring
Whats with webcomic writers and inventing new slang? First Willis with “that’s so babies”, now this?
This wasn’t inventing slang so much as building on slang. Rule 34 has been a thing for quite some time. Making it sound like a military code just follows in the footsteps of people who’ve used Whiskey Tango Foxtrot in conversation as a substitute curse. Willis and the babies thing is a whole other kettle of fish. And a very weird one at that. I side with Ultracar in that argument. Of course I’m feeling sorry for him at the moment, what with not being able to pie anybody in the new utopia. Poor Ultracar.
I like this “new slang” better, though I doubt it will catch on outside of the fanbase.
Also, I just read the entirety of Questionable Content. It took a long time, but was so, so worth it. I am ready for this crossover.
Also, I want to make a snarky “bro” comment, but the one I was going to say, “broseph”, was, I felt, too over-done. But then, in a moment of ironic genius, it hit me! “Brodas”.
So Kim Jong-Il’s “less stable” sons – I’m guessing the one on the right is Kim Jong-un, but who’s the one with the mustache? Jong-nam or Jong-chul?
Questionable Content is one of the most interesting strips for watching an artist’s style improve by leaps and bounds. Also he recommends neat music. I started listening to McLusky because of Jeph.
I want this storyline to be involved with the quote They’re going to protect us to death from the preview page. I had to go back and look because I keep wanting it to be more similar to the title of this arc.
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