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" Nobody expects the Mobian Inquisition!" A caption-contest strip in which Virus informs us " Ninja have kidnapped the President, and we're not bad enough dudes to save him!" Another guest strip had the cast doing a parody of . Father Ted Stairs. ( The one enemy of the great Lothar Hex.) "So this is what it feels like to be Jeremy Clarkson." At least four to . Red Dwarf is apparently still running in the far future. Midsomer Murders Lothar at one point mentions his " smouldering generic rage". FillerVirus! Though it's filler, there's a — Mas ASSUMING DIRECT CONTROL. In canon, Assuming Indirect Control, (CABAL is a network of individually non-sentient AIs that are collectively self-aware, does that sound familiar to you?) And here we have Eastwood in N7 armor and Rogue as Luke Skywalker. A Mignola- Clevinger equation is mentioned... This mission has Eastwood packing a pulse rifle. Not to mention that the team encounter a number of small, annoying insect-like creatures who like to ambush in confined spaces. Several to : Team Fortress 2 Eastwood and Virus bribing someone dressed like The Medic, right down to the hair-do. And who's a German Shepherd, in case it wasn't obvious enough. And a -style kill message appears when the "Antelope Bastard" gets hit by a train. Team Fortress 2 A shady figure hires obvious Expies of the BLU team to infiltrate the Inquistion. They fail. From the second strip: Syrus is apparently called "the Virus". Is his surname Grissom? (May or may not be accidental.) This comic. Let's see, we have Jayne, Mal, and Zoe, Fox, Slippy, Wolf, and Falco, Samus Aran, Captain Falcon, Deadpool beating up a bear version of The Heavy with The Soldier close by, Han Solo and Greedo, Boba Fett fighting The Demoman, Deathstroke, Snake, the crew of the Bebop, Riddick, Lobo, and... Woody. Has to be the most Shout-Out-filled comic they've done so far. The creators are aware of this, and refer to it as "Cameo-verload". BULL SHIT! This comic has the obvious shout out to Deadpool, but the girl sitting at the table behind him is clearly Applejack and appears to be sitting across from Twilight Sparkle. In order to cover up the events that occurred in the cesspool, Eastwood ends up sending Schaefer on a wild goose chase after the head of eBay, named... Edward Bay. One panel shows Bay attempting to run down Schaefer, whilst driving a truck that looks exactly like Optimus Prime minus flame decals. And of course, there's the nod towards another Bay, to go with it. It's also likely a shout-out to Spy vs. Spy with the idea of 2 individuals almost identical but for color scheme (one black, one white) trying to kill each other in a variety of ways. gets a nod Bioshock here. The sword in this comic is near identical in appearance to Chaos Eater, and its name (Soulmourne) is obviously an homage to the Lich King's weapon in Warcraft. Ninja turtles attempt to infiltrate the Inquisition. The two chickens sacrificed to raise the dead? Jill and Leon. Before that, they also come to a gate with a padlock. Virus's convoluted plan of opening the gate sounds very much like a puzzle from the same series. Meanwhile, Lothar breaks the padlock. "Get to da spectre!" In the comments section for this strip, Virus states that the user names in the YouTube comments are shout outs to posters on the EN forum. The strip for September 9, 2012 has a misguided preacher named Jack who happens to be a chicken. This page contains shouts to Apocalypse Now, and the commercial war between Coke and Pepsi. The page title contains a reference to the Jonestown Massacre. #436 has Virus find Chocolate-Frosted Sugar Bombs in the cereal isle. Lothar with a box of cereal is surprisingly similar to a certain infamous monster. "It... it's people! " THE LIME COOL-AID IS PEOPLE! Eastwood builds a life-size version of the board game Mousetrap. Here, Rogue's laser sword goes snicker-snak. Lothar uses the sniper rifle from . Halo Tzeentch apparently sued the Patterner for copyright infringement.