Looks like somebody was off sick that day at the academy. They say you shouldn’t put the punchline in the title, but somehow it didn’t feel like it was worth saving up until the end. Certainly not a pun worth putting on a peddle stool. More like a bit of a damp squid.
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I wanted to see a little more of the mirror universe, but forgot how much work it is. My photoshop hurts. Still, I guess the fate of the planet Risa is the same in both universes, more or less.
I turned my comic off and on again; lo-and-behold it works again. I was going to call this comic “Reboot”, but I already have one with that name. It would’ve been a better title for this one. . . curse you me-from-some-years-ago.
Poor USS Yamato, not even your wave-motion gun could save you. Even as a kid I remember thinking this was a cheesy way to end an episode (Season 2 episode 11, Contagion) – back then all I had was a Commodore Amiga, and you did tend to kill viruses with a power-cycle.
I think I’m falling in love with the Art Asylum TNG figures, I may have to start a collection.
Many years ago, before this comic even existed, I considered doing a photo comic with a rag-tag cast of action figures and it would have been called Action Figure Theatre. <googles> Hey, someone did that already, neat. I truly have no original ideas, but then if you hadn’t realised that by now . . .
Some comics are more photoshop-heavy than others. My stupid head tells me these things won’t be too hard, along with all the other stupid stuff it tells me, like “Make a Star Trek comic” and “$stupid_comic_plot”.
I’m especially pleased with how panel 2 came out. Ahh, the feels.
I notice that Picard and friends spend a lot less time than Kirk did fighting various gods, and far fewer aliens want to take control of the Enterprise D, or force the crew to spend “the rest of your lives here.”
Picard talks about how he’d sometimes give almost anything to command the Stargazer again. Presumably almost anything except giving up the Enterprise. The Ferrengi did give the Stargazer back to Picard after all, and it made it all the way to the end of the episode. I went back and checked (just to be sure, didn’t watch the episode because, you know, season 1.)
Today’s comic requires some knowledge of 80’s pop culture, which is what TNG is . . . I have a hard time believing that these two things are from the same decade (although I suppose most of the good episodes were early 90’s.)
I suggest listening to the song while reading the comic for the full effect.
It appears that we are back, for what would seem to be season 4 of Evil Picard by some strange mathematics. It also means this comic has now been running longer than the original broadcast run of The Next Generation. Not as many episodes mind you. As usual I make no promises about how often I will update. Probably mad spurts of creativity and yawning gaps of apathy as usual.
I’m not sure if the writers had something else in mind for Guinan having special powers, but I love all the finger-pointing in this scene. It’s never revealed what “dealings” Q and Guinan have had, but they do act a lot like exes.