Comic 84 - Some days...
6th Oct 2013, 3:25 PM
Some days...
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Author Notes:
Guybrush20X6 edit delete
Well we're back. And so is Roger Wilco. 404, you really know how to make 'em expressive. McPixel is what would happen if Warioware and Serria's old X-Quest games had a baby, raised it in the St. MacGuyver Daycare and then told it to disable a bomb in 20 seconds. It's short but worth the cheap price.

This is the first instance that we've represented characters with sprites from their own games but McPixel is such an average looking dude otherwise. Besides, the game got it's infamy from being cool with piracy so I don't think a little fair-use parody will hurt anyone. And to put any fears to rest, McPixel did disarm the bomb with only one casualty. Guess.

This time next week I'll be in the Kalos region and I expect a lot of you will be too.
FourOfFour edit delete
Thanks GB! I'm glad you like the expressions.

I'm glad I finally got a chance to draw Arakune. One of my favorite fighting game characters...even though I have never played Blazblue.
I think my favorite fighting game character would have to be Faust, even though I have never played Guilty Gear.
I suck at fighting games, so I just read about the ones with interesting characters.
User comments:
DarkAura (Guest) edit delete reply
McPixel, eh? I think I got that game on Steam. Never played it, though.

I'm trying to get $40 by Saturday so I can get Pokemon Y. Chesnaught and Goodra, here I come!

Have you guys heard of the new Mega Gardevoir? Its dress is insanely poofy. Like, Pinkie-Pie-hair poofy. You HAVE to make a comic about Dr. Gardevoir and her new Megalution.
Guybrush20X6 edit delete reply

Not me, I knew about that particular one already but please everyone, don't go posting them. Game Freak tried to bring them out worldwide on the same day for a reason. (And I'm betting it'll be worldwide minus Canada and Italy for Gen 7).

And to answer your question, maybe. A writer shouldn't reveal their cards.
DarkAura (Guest) edit delete reply
It's not like naming two new Pokemon would be too big of a spoiler. If anything, it's just saying that two Pokemon by those names exist.

But Mega Gardevoir shouldn't be that spoilery. If anything, someone else would have said something about that. This comic *does* center around Dr. Gardevoir, after all.
Guybrush20X6 edit delete reply
Sorry if I came off strong, I just wanted to nip it in the bud.

But on the Mega Gardevoir topic, I'm surprised art of them hasn't sprung up (the real version anyway). Are all the deviant artists trying to avoid spoiler too?
TheMightyBox edit delete reply
I've actually seen fanart of her Mega form on tumblr.

The good part is there's already art of it. The bad part is there's already NSFW art of it.
DryKirby64 edit delete reply
At least the Mega Form's better than it could have been.

GigaNerd17 edit delete reply
Iamabrawler (Guest) edit delete reply
Even considering the context, Roger looks a litle too happy. He'll still have to clean up afterwards.
Swagner edit delete reply
In the words of someone or another; "You're either taking too much medication or not enough."
Philosopher (Guest) edit delete reply
This is gonna be a blast.

....Why does a bomb need to see a therapist?
FourOfFour edit delete reply
Intermittent explosive disorder.
mexican pyro (Guest) edit delete reply
*ba dum tish*
mexican pyro (Guest) edit delete reply
really funny comic,do a comic on X and Y soon please :)
apstorm (Guest) edit delete reply
"Serria's old X-Quest games" I assume you meant Sierra (named after the Sierra Mountains where their offices were located).
apstorm (Guest) edit delete reply
Ah, there we go... I actually wasn't entirely sure about the Sierra mountains thing, so looked it up... I'm mostly right.

"As their business grew, Ken and Roberta moved in 1982 from L.A. to Oakhurst, California, near Yosemite National Park. They also changed the company’s name to Sierra On-Line to reflect their new base of operations near the Sierra Nevada mountain range."