You finally stumped me! Never seen “WTS” before!
What the “S” stands for is somewhere in this comic…
Ah. So, “What The Source” then. Cool.
I was thinking “want to sell”. Damn you WoW
“What the Scrap”
You gots it.
I assumed What the S**t until you said this
Naw. Ravage is a family-friendly kitty.
I was thinking more “What the slag” but idk if that’s really relevant :\
My favorite SG Ravage comic so far!
The “PASS” face is hilarious.
u freinded him!!1 freind me 2!! trolololol
Damn it, Willis! You’re totally gonna end up making me blow $50 on trying to get SG Ravage now, aren’t you =(
I’m just hoping to find one at a dealer at a convention i’m going to in a few weeks
I’m not even a TF fan, and *I’m* starting to want an SG Ravage!
I am a fan and I want one of those now. Well I know what character I will be saking DW to do for me on my sketch book this year in CC
Everyone has friended Ravage
Love how Ravage basically do a typical fan judgement “not pretty so pass” lol
dammit, Ravage is adorable.
I just learned about the Mike figure. That ad should be in a much more obvious spot. I mean, you are the “toy man” and all. If you don’t even get your own toy, you’re gonna lose face.
LOL! So glad you made the “Scowly face” on that mold (which, of course, SG Ravage now himself bears) a plot point.
SG Ravage needs to get a job at Shortpacked and become a regular. This strip needs a friendly robotic lol kitty!
omg, the last panel.
I’ll get right back to reading the comic after I explode with fluff at SGRavage’s cuteness.
(You know what would be awesome? A white-and-blue movie Ravage. I would buy it. )
You mean a white and blue movie ravage with accents over his eye so he’d look like ^.^
Thanks a lot Willis, now I went and spent 10 bucks to get a Robot Heroes Ravage on EBay. I fully intend to make it into a SG Ravage.
Anybody know what I can use to paint it? Gundam Markers apparantly don’t work on Robot Heroes.
Use Games Workshop, Tamiya, Privateer Press, or Vallejo paints(available at most game and model stores). I especially recommend the Privateer Press and GW Foundation paints, they’ll paint of pretty much anything.
Thank you for the tip! Its my first time custom painting a toy like that. If you don’t count my BB Senshi Chouryou Gelgoog where I added paint details but that was painting on unpainted plastic.
Am I the only one that noticed the TF source sign was meant to say Big bad toy store? I’m guessing you changed it ’cause BBTS wasn’t there this time?
Yeah, I found that out last-minute and changed it.
-yawn- nice idea but been over done by other webcomics in recent months…
I created Shattered Glass Ravage years ago, dude.
And he’s a way more fun character!
Also our world is slightly brighter thanks to his creation.
Ravagee!!!! he’s such a cutie. he doesn’t appear as….rawr. XD
I dont want a Shattered Glass Ravage toy.
I want technology to get to work on a REAL one. He is like walking happiness. Send one to Afghanistan and the Taliban will be singing Kumbaya in a week!
David, I seriously think you should commission a plush SG Ravage for the store. You’d sell hundreds.
Ahem, of course, there’s Hasbro to go through…But you’re on good terms with them and whoever does licensing, right? Right? Holy crap I’ll never see this toy
As SG Ravage is owned by Hasbro, I’m not gonna try to sell toys of him.
Yeah. I understand that. To the sewing machine, then.
Of course, if “Recordicons” becomes popular enough…
And so this became the cutest, and thus the greatest, storyline in Shortpacked! history :3
First time I read this storyline, I just didn’t get it. I still know absolutely nothing about Transformers besides what I learned from Sp!, but I am finding it quite adorable this time around.
SG ravage looks so cute in these comics i wanna take him home with me ^^
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