Comic 158 - Glomshire Knights #158

3rd Aug 2010, 1:00 PM in Glomshire Knights 151-200
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Glomshire Knights #158
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3rd Aug 2010, 9:25 PM
Ooo, dirty plate. That'll teach him to not get ships sunken! ;)
4th Aug 2010, 7:03 AM
the meanest thing they could do would be feed keish.I despise that stuff. And all shall eventually once they are enlightend. What? I really, hate keish
4th Aug 2010, 7:31 AM
I've never seen "quiche" spelled "keish" before, but even Google agrees. Wow.

And I'll never join you. I love quiche. Real men ain't afraid of quiche, and real rat things are still hoping to make one with the Bone creatures.

As for the strip, stealing from Steve Purcell: "As for his drink - dishwater! And put it in a dirty glass!"
4th Aug 2010, 9:37 AM
Who the heck is Steve Purcell?
4th Aug 2010, 5:12 PM
Yeah, Lich tends to know things that us mere mortals don't. Dennis, GK seems to be hitting it's stride. The update schedule has improved your story telling.
5th Aug 2010, 12:13 AM
Steve Purcell is an amazing comic artist he writes Sam & Max the freelance police. He also has worked on all the computer games that feature those characters.
5th Aug 2010, 3:31 AM
Quiche is okay; nothing to write home about.

I'd agree with Siabur about the improvement. I really dig the new schedule and it's impact on the strip!
5th Aug 2010, 4:55 AM
Hey, there are plenty of gaps in my knowledge base. I just know what I know really well - and Purcell's "Sam and Max" is brilliant. After all, with concepts like corndogs with South American mammals used for the meat ("Where all of the world's worst-looking animals come from!") how can't it be great? Consult your local library. (Everyone got the "Bone" reference though, right?)

RE: The current format and stride-hitting - Indeed! I hope you've build up enough of a buffer to get you through to Christmas vacation on a three-day-a-week schedule!
12th Aug 2010, 7:41 AM
HAHA, this is really coming along!
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