Comic 150 - Comic, Bitch

14th Aug 2010, 9:47 AM in Wibbly Wobbly, Timey Wimey
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Comic, Bitch

Here's how it is. Earth got used up, so we jumped back in time and terraformed a whole new galaxy of Earths. Some rich and a neutrino-hyperbola kinetic missile is approaching, others not so much. The Central Planets can disrupt the atomic stabilisation field of the missile by waging war to bring everyone under with a achronic stasis module. A few idiots tried to fight it, among them myself.

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Author Notes:

I figured Comic #150 needed something "special", so you get a flashback episode of sorts. Enjoy.

Gee, future!Fred's title= text sure is confusing. I wonder if it can be figured out, wink wink nudge nudge.

Also, those 500 Awesome Points are still waiting for one lucky conspiratorialist. And there are now 1000 of them, since this objective is apparently more difficult than I had anticipated. Additional hint: although their intended destination was Comic #142, they missed it by a... fairly large figure. Caramelldansen, bitch.

@OverThinkit: No. But you're getting warmer. It should be incredibly obvious evident when one finds the right place.

@Snowyowl: A winner is you. 1000 Awesome Points to you.

I should really be keeping track of the Awesome Point counts somewhere. Maybe a page on the wiki?


better hint

14th Aug 2010, 11:53 AM
hey bout you tell us and then we'll know - ya bitch

14th Aug 2010, 4:02 PM
is it #100?

14th Aug 2010, 9:53 PM
Past Trope-tan jumped back to comic 91

15th Aug 2010, 3:17 AM
Found them. Comic #42. I was really not expecting it to happen like that, and was actually trying to figure out when Past!Jane was from based on her look. But hey, this is even more awesome.
If you have no idea what I'm on about, look at Comic #42. A lot of interesting things happen when you can change the past, though even I didn't expect this to be one of them.

16th Aug 2010, 3:29 AM
Huh, who would have guessed that the answer was THE ANSWER?



Joel: Obi-Wan never told you what happened to your father.
Fred: He told me enough! He told me you... wait.

Fred: I'm pretty sure we've done this scene before.
Joel: Okay, let's try another one.

Fred: Your powers are weak, old man.
Joel: You can't win, Darth. If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.

Fred: Um. No. You'll just be dead.
Joel: I'll become an awesome Force ghost!
Fred: Still, y'know, dead.
Joel: Touché.

Joel: Yeah, the other scene was better.
Fred: He told me you killed him!
Joel: No. *I* am your father.


Fred: That's not true! That's impossible!
Joel: Search your feelings. You *know* it to be true. Bitch.

Fred: We're too liberal with use of the word "bitch" as emphasis, you know.
Joel: Really? I hadn't noticed.
I guess I *am* acting out-of-character just to use it.

Fred (voiceover): Remember when Bob was first transported inside the Book?
Bob: Great. Some lame Harry Potter ripoff... bitch.

Joel (voiceover): Oh, right! That time when Gary was explaining the plot, too!
Crow (voiceover): A plot? Where?
Gary: We're kinda running out of panels. I'll explain next comic. Bitch.

Joel (voiceover): Oh, and the part where Bob and Jane skipped over most of the prior comic!
Fred (voiceover): Wait, how do you even *know* about that?
Bob/Jane: Fast Forward! Bitch!

Fred (voiceover): And that time when Xavius metamagic'd Bob and Jane.
Narrator: Metamagic. It works, bitches.
Joel (voiceover): But the *narrator* said that one. Does it really count?
Narrator (voiceover): Hey! Narrators are people too!

Joel (voiceover): And when Bob needed to cross that river.
Bob: Darn Final Fantasy map code. Bitch.

Fred (voiceover): Don't forget when I jumped back from the future.
future!Fred: Hang on and listen.
This is where it gets complicated. Bitch.

Joel (voiceover): And that explosion.
future!Joel: Kaboom, bitch.
Joel (voiceover): Heh, that'll probably end up being awesome.
Since I'm going out of character just to use the B-word again and all.

Joel: Huh. You're right. We do use that word way too often.
Fred: Wait, did any of those things actually happen?


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