Heh. I like the cheese refrence here; first time I read through Shortpacked, I had yet to tackle Joyce and Walky.
The “cheese” references are actually FROM Joyce & Walky, methinks.
Actually it’s from “It’s Walky” since that is when the cheese appears
I haven’t read Joyce & Walky either but that’s ony cause I’m only willing to pay for Webcomics in colleted book form. (Figuretivly as I’ve not bought any of the Shortpacked! book’s yet)
So read them online? Seems the obvious solution. Although I am making this post 8 months after you, so it’s likely you may have already done this.
You have to buy for the bulk of the joyce & walky comics. The ones that are on the old site are just the sundays.
I wonder if it brings back memories of Dina? Hmm.
what do you think happened to dina’s SEMME paychecks after she died?
the full name of this place is ‘Dina’s Delightful Dino Park’, and it is the best place ever.
That idea is now part of my personal canon.
i wonder how they got mike to go there with robin
I wonder how she knew to get rid of the former SEMME agents.
Did I miss something or is it just a coincidence?
Well, they are war heroes and when your a c-list villain group, all you can do against any real threat is to make sure that they’re too busy.
I miss SEMME
I initially thought Robin was Dina, and she really resembles her in this strip.
It’s the hat and the enthusiasm about dinosaurs.
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