And so ends our first major story arc. Thanks for reading everyone.
No alcohol beverages were harmed in the production of this comic.
The Rage Quitters Never Prosper arc marches onward. Until now, I was on Banner’s side, but Rob brings up a good point. Hmm…
Anyway, it’s been six months (and three days) since K-Day, our first comic. Thanks again to all of our readers and supporters.
We thought it’d be ironic to post our 24th comic on the 24th of the month, until we looked up what irony meant. Actually, this is just more of a convenient coincidence.
Can’t really make a fair judgment off of these tiny scraps of footage, but it’s not looking good…
Now this is a trailer I can get excited about.
Oh yeah, and the whole sniper thing. OH NOES!
Team Shot Glasses had a great time at New York Comic Con this weekend! Walking Dead! Young Justice! Marvel vs. Capcom 3! Top Cow Pilot Season! Squirrel Girl! Incredible!
I should add that Mosaic was not bad, Stripperella was hilarious, and if you haven’t read or watched Heroman, Stan Lee’s latest project with Japanese anime studio Bones, do so immediately.
Unfortunately, we did not get to meet Stan Lee. Maybe next year…
Originally, we planned to have this comic printed to hand out at the convention, but we had a problem with the printing company. Maybe next year.
Rest In Peace to Toonami, the greatest programing block in the universe.
Toonami is responsible for a lot of the anime fans out there now. It is also responsible for Adult Swim, the spiritual successor of Toonami Midnight Run.
I remember Toonami for being the only programming block where I cared what happened to the characters who were presenting the shows. I wanted Tom to defeat “The Intruder.” And I was worried about Tom and Sara during “The Lockdown.”
And it wasn’t just their special events. All of their promos were awesome. Like this one for Advanced Robotics.
By the way, that’s Peter Cullen, the voice of Optimus Prime, you’re hearing in those videos.
Watching a Toonami promo made you excited for shows you’ve never would’ve watched before. A political drama with giant robots. No thanks. But after watching this promo for Gundam Wing, I want to see this. Immediately! When is it on!?
Or a Samurai who doesn’t kill and hangs out with some girl and two brats at a swordfighting school. Snore! Wait, that’s what Rurouni Kenshin is like!? I’m there!!
Toonami actually managed to drag quite a few series out of cancellation, like Sailor Moon, ReBoot, and my personal favorite, Dragon Ball Z.
It was screwed over by Cartoon Network when they replaced it with Miguzi, shoved Tom into a Saturday night time slot, reduced it’s run time and saddled it with Naruto episodes and reruns of… something else, I’m not even sure. I won’t even mention what they did to Tom and the Absolution with this move.
I caught the last broadcast two years ago completely by accident and it was genuinely sad to see it end. Does anyone miss Stick Stickly? I don’t. But I miss Tom and Sara and the Absolution.
And here’s a ton more links to Toonami promos and music videos on YouTube. Binge!
A wild Charizard appeared.
Fight? Pokémon? Item? Run?
I would be excited about Pokémon Black and White coming out soon, but I’m still on the fence about SoulSilver. I guess we’ll see how it does when it comes out.
Look out! It’s a cameo from one of our top commentators, Royal. Good to see you, buddy!
Check out some of Royal’s work at his Royal Entertainment page on Facebook.
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Last, but not least, the site looks different. You can expect more changes as we’re getting ready to attend New York Comic Con and Big Apple Comic Con.
Happy Labor Day from Team Shot Glasses!!
It’s an All White Party. Why? Why not!?
Can you name all the characters being cosplayed at the party?
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