I’m almost always entertained by wordplay and robot jokes.
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Schwartz never found out who he and Galanos were up against in the virtual wrestling world seen in the (wildly unpopular) “Smackatar” storyline.
This is a comic I pictured in my head for a long time – Schwartz and Galanos involved in parallel but similar events and then they meet up and the stories merge. Hopefully, it shows the similarities and differences between them, and their respective dynamics with their robots.
After two hard, tough years of playing with my Lego toys, I’m bushed. Heck, I can’t even be bothered to give you a proper finale. That honor goes to Tim, the mayor and big cheese of badass webcomic Achievement Wh0rz (and a dear old friend), who I’m sure will respectfully tie up all the loose ends and provide a satisfying conclusion with this and the next two comics. I have complete faith in him, and in putting in his capable hands the fate of this epic tale I’ve worked so hard to craft. Enjoy. And cry, if you must.
This is not an official Lego guest comic.
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Another great Lego Space comic: Tranquility Base
After watching too much of the Lawrence Welk show, I found myself actually interested in it. No! I’ve been broken!
I asked readers what they’d like to see in the 100th comic. Worker201 from classic-space.com responded almost immediately with an idea that was so perfect and like something I would do that it was like he had reached into my brain and pulled the idea out. I went with it and it became the longest comic I’ve ever done. Thanks for the great idea, worker201!
Here’s what worker201 wrote: “I’m thinking the 100 should be one of those “Remember that?” retrospectives that sitcoms used to feature. Galanos and Schwartz could be trapped somewhere and thinking they are about to die, so they see their lives flash before them. Like meeting Valkyrie at the theater, some memorable crashes, etc, all documented with photos from past comics. They could also have some fake remembrances, like “Remember that time we had to fight those dragons with the M-Tron guys? Dude, that wasn’t us. Oh yeah.” Of course it turns out they’re not dying, it’s just some twisted prank Schwartz has come up with.”
I need to revisit the idea that the main Space Agency characters get together once in awhile to play cards. I haven’t done enough with the idea that they’re all friends. And Red especially needs more attention.