Hey, somebody had to say it.
Much rejoicing that it WAS said. Too many fans think being a fan or a geek excuses a complete lack of social skills, and an overdose of d-baggery. Now if cons would just enforce a “No Shower, No Attendance” policy…
Ahhh… if only real life, or at least comic book stores, had a policy like that…
I worked in a comic and game and we did enforce that policy.
I know people like this, and they can die in a fire.
I knew people like this, before they died in a fire. Thank god for Honest Joe’s No-Questions-Asked Flamethrower Depot…
I should look this place up. Never know when you’ll need a good flamethrower.
We don’t have those in Canada. I just make do with something from the locla Shivers(tm) or Eddy’s Explosives down the street.
I think we usually call ‘em “blowtorches.” Welders and roofers use ‘em all the time. “Flamethrower” just sounds cooler …and allows some of us to reminisce Anne McCaffrey’s early Dragon novels.
The last panel reminds me of a song…
My friend said that at the last con she went to the people at the counter were actually giving people attending the con deodorant and soap.
Wait, his nickname is Walky?
…Do you like the real life version of Nachitos, Willis?
… Is it fucked up that I’ve just realized that, this specific year, I took all of my showers shortly before and on, the days I went to conventions? And otherwise I just don’t hygiene? I have had 6 showers/baths all year. I must rectify that imediatly while year still remains in the year! how the heck did that happen?!
Yes! That is bad. Sox showers a year only.is disgusting. I hope you are joking!
I can understand that back then before the Unicron Singularity explains the plotholes that people don’t see Cybertron as a sequel to Armada/Energon but to be an idiot sub purist about their names is stupid.
The best episode should of been the one where Starscream fought all the Autobots.
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