Comic 116 - MSTed - Time Saver

23rd May 2010, 5:00 PM in Take That Us
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MSTed - Time Saver

"Later on, during the heat death of the universe... OSHI-" -IP? -INGLE? -INTERACTIVODULAR? Hee, this is fun. I'll be MSTing the title= text, then.

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Author Notes:

Little-known fact: in the Satellite of Love's theatre, the seats can switch position such that the people who have dialogue are seated next to one another, and therefore visible in the panel. In addition, people who are not speaking in that particular panel are shifted off-panel by this miracle automated seating.

The original version of this comic is here.


23rd May 2010, 11:08 PM
Do you want me to MST the comments then?

"Not to be a hater but you pretty much just stoll the joke from Order Of The Stick." Yes, this is obviously a serious comic; it only has one joke in it.

This format works very well. It's just occurred to me that you could present the strip horizontally too: have the original comic on top, and the MSTers in a panel underneath, commenting on it. The problem is: what background do the MSTers have? And of course, having a really wide comic mess up your layout (it did in comic 85, if my memory serves me well). I think this one is better, but you asked for suggestions, so: opinions?

24th May 2010, 12:01 PM
so does this mean we do the whole comic again from number one? way to save time!





Narrator: Once upon a time...

Joel: So we're going with a fairytale motif, then?
Fred: Your house is not good for the environment, Bob.

Bob: Hmm, no email.

Jane: What's with this red costume? I don't think I've ever seen it before.
Crow: That's because you have no *friends*.
Bob: Shut up. Now.

Bob: Ooh, what's this eBay item?

Crow: A used pink bathrobe?
Tom: A rare mint snowglobe?
Joel: A Smurf TV tray?

Bob: Ooh. Cool.
Dungeons & Dragons
Player's Handbook

Trope-tan: It was photographed in the stratosphere?
Jane: Could just be really fluffy carpet.

Bob: Okay, I'll bid on that.

Bob: Wow, my very own cumulonimbus collection!
Trope-tan: Because everyone knows eBay goes ding when you bid.

Narrator: A couple of seconds later...
Bob: That was quick... Wow! I won!

Joel: You mean "panels", right?
Trope-tan: ... and goes ding again if you win the item.

Bob: Three to five working days for postage! I can't wait that long!
(as narrator) Ahem, "Three to five working days later..."

Tom: I'm so impatient that I'd mess with time-space causality before simply waiting a few days!
Bob: Shut up about my poor decisions.

Bob: Sweet.

Crow: You didn't actually *pay* for the book before receiving it.
Bob: Yeah, I basically stole it. So?


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