Am I the only one who thought this was going to end in an aneurysm-triggering pun?
You MONSTER! :p
meh. ‘‘Twas mildly amusing while at the same time being egregious.
You take that back, Sungenis!
Much as the remarks about Dick Fink and his work ethic (among other things) are totally justified, the task Susan is giving him is pretty transparently more about hoping to find something that can be used to undermine Lemont’s confidence in his relationship with Vancouver. He’s not the only bad guy in today’s gag.
Lovin’ the Rita Hayworth poster…
Maybe I’m revealing how late to the party I am, but who are Tricia and Nick?
Look a little deeper, folks (start with the date). Nice homage, Mr. Tatulli. Thanks for the smile.
These clips of MT remind me of early Fluffmodeus from Something Positive.
Gunnerkrigg Court was all right, but now that I’ve caught up it seems to move really slow. Like a couple of weeks ago, when every strip looked like concept sketches of different characters.
And now they’re trying to retrieve some arrow so they can, what, release a ghost from the bottom of a river (a ghost that I personally stopped caring about maybe thirty chapters ago)?
If you want a really fun webcomic, I recommend you google Darwin Carmichael is Going to Hell. Like Starslip, the strip has completed its story arc, with what I found to be a quite satisfactory ending.