Mav: Well, it would appear to be a giant fly. That is going to kill us.
Zoru: ...Well, shit.
Webcomic initially based on Bob and George, it grew up on its own.
Initially a Mega Man parody full of sex and drug jokes with characters based on the author and friends' RPG characters on The Hunter's Domain Message Board, it evolved into a bunch of other parodies until it got its own full-fledged story due to Chekhov's Armory.
Currently in its third overarching storyline featuring demons from two of the main characters' troubled pasts.
Usually updated daily, with author making double updates when able to when late.
Includes examples of:
- A Wizard Did It: A Character appeared who called himself The Wizard that Did It. Defeated when Mav decides to'Do It'
- Achilles' Heel: Chris has an autobiography called My Only Weakness Is Ninjas
- A better example is that Zoru is incredibly vulnerable to water.
- Author Avatar: The three authors all get one. The one that appears the most is simply referred to as Author.
- All There in the Manual: The backstory for several of the characters can be found in the forums.
- Ambiguously Gay: Man Man He isn't though
- Beat Panel: Everywhere
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Zoru
- Deadpan Snarker: Dante
- Elemental Powers: Although they aren't limited by this, Mav is Wind, Zoru is Fire, and Dante knows a bit of everything.
- Expy: Most of the characters in the comic started out as characters at the original forums - Mav, Dante, Zoru, Techno, Goob, Omega, and Father Time all fall under this trope, among others
- Filler Strips: Several updates done all in the same style, with the opening phrase "No Comic Today Due to X"
- Gangplank Galleon: The pirate monkeys from Donkey Kong have made several appearances.
- Actually there were no pirate monkeys in the Donkey Kong games, they are just recolors of the characters from the Donkey Kong games with pirate hats.
- Guest Strip: Several, found throughout the archive.
- Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Man Man. It doesn't help that Author decided to give away his weakness
- Loser Gets the Girl: Chris does, briefly.
- Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter: Aglica, Father Times' daughter.
- Precision F-Strike: Mav, when Author reveals that he's not technically the comic's author.
- The Chew Toy: Chris
- And Jade
- All of the Dazzling Deviants, really.
- The Chick: Tai
- There Is No Kill Like Overkill: Dante against Flameman.
- Time Master: Father Time
- Really 700 Years Old: Mav is 223.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: Father Time, although he shouldn't rely on it.
- Stuff Blowing Up: Several places, complete with being flung into the air.
- Sneeze Cut: This strip
- Villain Team-Up: The Dazzling Deviants