Rogue Faction, chapter two, part one . Here there be swarwords. Just wrapping up some loose ends- like, say, a functioning plot. Big loose end, that one. . Don't forget, you're supposed to make the car noises with your lips.
I don't know.
Anyway, things take a turn to the darkside with this one, and it's not going to get much better in the future. So... yeah. And yeah, I probably use "yeah" a bit much.
Yeah, so, yeah, whatcha gonna do 'bout it, yeah? Eh? Eh?
I haven't had a good shooting in this series yet.
I think I'll fix that in the coming months.
But still, just one shooting... That's not a very large killed-on-screen body count for a moc-comic.
Yeah, yeah. I know, BLAHBLAHBLAHBLAH HOW COULD YOU BLAHBLAHBLAHBLAH WE'D YELL AT YOU BUT YOU MIGHT NOT MAKE MORE FOR US BLAHBLAHBLAHBLAH.
Now, time to reveal the hidden "easter eggs" in the first chapter:
Part II: page 8, panel 1: upper left, there's a crate. Partly obscured by the narrator is the shut-down head of Awesome-O-Saurus's VARION from his famed, long-running zombie of a webcomic.
Think of it as a shout out for the fellah who decided it'd be fun to introduce me to BSG.
Take that, you money sink advertising mumble mutter grumble...
Part III: page 4, panel 3. It's not very noticable, but there's a pair of U.N.E. combat rifles under the tarp, between the supply officer and a pile of crates.
They're there because I couldn't think of any other small, yet recognizable prop to insert. Suggestions are always welcome. Of course, there's no hidden extras in this one.
Or so I say...
Now, in case you can't see the pics (a problem some people appear to have, something involving the bar on the side, although I can't reproduce the error) here's the direct image links:
Don't forget to read the previous installments as well, otherwise you'll have no idea at all what the blankety is going on and which side is the "good guys".
And yeah, I did get a bit lazy last month. But hey, if you wanted cast iron posting schedules you shouldn't be reading this.
In fact, you shouldn't be anywhere near me, given that my attitude towards deadlines can best be defined as "procrastination is fun!"