Ooh, audience participation!
Xavius: Right, so we couldn't change anything anyway.
Except… didn't the Author show you how to turn off predestination? At the Party?
Trope-tan: Well, yes.
Trope-tan: But even so, we can't travel back in time very far. Since the art style changes.
We couldn't get far enough back to undo all this mess.
Xavius: Wait, why? Is there some fundamental metaphysical law that makes it impossible to time-travel across art styles?
Trope-tan: No, they'll just kind of clash.
Bob: Can you seriously not fix *any* of these problems? Even though you're *omnipotent*?
Trope-tan: Pretty much, yeah.
Trope-tan: Oh hey.
Bob: What'd you do that for? Is that supposed to magically fix everything?
Trope-tan: I didn't do that.
Trope-tan: It's a Rush Adapter, converted for temporal inversions.
I think it's from *Bob and George*. One of the readers brought it here in the comments.
Xavius: And you're supposed to use it to fix the past?
Trope-tan: Yeah, except that doesn't sound very possible.
Nearly all the time travel in *Bob and George* eventually resolved to stable time loops, so the same predestination problems would apply.
Trope-tan: Also, none of us are robots. This was not planned well.
Or planned at all. 'cause I'd already written half the comic when that comment showed up.
This is not the second half of comic I intended.