Hang on. If this is the past, that means I'm from the future. Which means I'm actually future!Ebony. Which means… that my brain just exploded.
Trope-tan: You're sure that the Narrator's sudden omnipotence and plot to rule the universe is not a problem?
The Author: I'm the *Author*. I've already fixed it.
I have complete control over absolutely everything in the comic…
Jane: Then how will I manage to win in the space snowball fight?
The Author: … except for predestination.
Nothing can fight predestination.
Trope-tan: Hey, Author. Why do bad things happen in the comic?
The Author: Bad things?
Trope-tan: Plot holes, horrifying Things from outside the universe, people who like Twilight. Those sorts of bad things.
Jane: Good question. If you're omnipotent, why are you allowing these terrible things to occur?
The Author: That would be because the purpose of the comic is to entertain the readers.
And a comic in which no bad things happen is a comic in which absolutely nothing happens.
Trope-tan: Ah, of course.
The Author: Also, beating the crap out of people who like Twilight is fun, no?
Trope-tan: Yes, yes it is. I thank you for that particular opportunity.
The Author (quietly): Um, now your eyes are doing that thing.
Trope-tan (quietly): Only because that's how you're drawing them. Baka.
Jane: Well, I think it's possible to produce a decent work without bad things in it.
The Author: Challenge accepted! From this point onwards, absolutely no bad things will happen in the comic!
Jane: Um, I'm pretty sure The Red Shirt just died. Again.
The Author: I meant from the next *page*, okay?