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New strip. Now we really need to know what exactly is going on in her head, because this does not sound like the Hostess we all have come to know.
Whitewashing herself is pretty consistent.
Apparently there’s a paywall bonus comic where Hostess has an erotic dream while in her drug coma about Spinnerette where she realizes that Spinny and Heather have the same butt
It’s possible that there’s some connective tissue there, in the eroticism. Erotic connective tissue.
New one for the day. That was a bit funny. XD
... Here's to hoping that she doesn't get permanently stuck as a giantess.
New one for the day.
“Giant woman fighting is not authorized, Sam- er Spinnerette”
... Since when did Buzz get recruited into the National Guard? Last time we saw him, he was just a security guard at a university who merely happened to survive a North Korean superpowered operative's attack on said university and was present to participate in incinerating said operative's remains.
Weirdly he wanted to be a cop in his earlier appearances
He was always and very explicitly referred to as a Badass Normal, as I recall. The idea that he's in the Guard isn't too bizarre.
I'm getting the feeling she won't go quietly.
Gigantism not authorized, Samus
Edited by Bocaj on Feb 11th 2019 at 9:37:18 AM
You know, since you insist on calling yourself a superhero, Ms. Megan, may I remind you that it's not superhero-like of you to refuse to respect the National Guard's authority.
Well at least we got that funny last panel out of it. XD
New one for the day. I wonder how this will end?
Dunno, but I assume that Spinny is wearing Chekhov's size-changing alien gizmo.
New one for the day. Great, now we have to wait until next week to see what happens next. x_x
Oh yes, the all-too-classic "soldier is so twitchy he fires his weapon at the slightest perceived threat without any actual orders to do so" trope.
And this after I read on Reddit yesterday that the US military has much stricter standards on firing one's weapon than modern US police — that is to say, soldiers are drilled to not fire upon anyone without express orders even if they're being shot at.
Edited by MarqFJA on Feb 20th 2019 at 7:21:40 PM
Yeaaaaah, you can tell which writers haven't been to army Or from country with conscription army
I feel I should point out a quick reminder. This isn't the regular military, it's the National Guard (aka reservists at best).
But they're part of the US Armed Forces, so logically the training regime shouldn't be that much different; in fact, the National Guard should emphasize strict regulation of weapon use even more because it operates far more frequently in civilian areas than the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps, which AFAIK only get involved in national emergencies that are so serious even the local National Guard units aren't enough (e.g. a hurricane that practically wiped out an entire major city and its surrounding areas).
Edited by MarqFJA on Feb 21st 2019 at 2:35:24 PM
Prepare for the fight scene.
The safe time limit is 70 seconds, right?
New one for the day. In which a meme I haven't heard in a while is used.
This one is funny. XD
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