New Comics Every Weekday - Written by T Campbell & Phil Kahn - Illustrated by John & Jason Waltrip
I think someone on this page could be described in some way that involves a pun?
The alcohol prohibits me from pursuing this line of thought any further.
I guess you can count on Gralor to sea the way to victory.
I hope Gralor doesn’t whale on them too hard.
Man they should’ve screamed out “WATER YOU WAITING FOR GRALOR?”
Gralor? More like GraROOOAR!
Just as long as Gralor isn’t too wet behind the ears – no-one likes a damp noob.
It’s puns gralor around here I see.
Not the bearrrrrd!
Dying only makes me angrierrrrrr!
Sworrrrrrrrds! My only weakness!
Turns out he was weak to being killed.
I will point out that Byron was quickly dispatched by getting something sharp run through his chest before berserking. That said, he wasn’t “working himself into a frenzy” or saying the equivalent of “oops,” at the time, either.
Anticlimax and climax in a single comic.
Oh no, they’re going to mutually annihilate each other in a massive burst of energy! Take cover!
I like how in the first panel Bandit is totally unimpressed.
(I would try to come up with a witty pun like everyone else but I am not a very punny person.)
Would you say you are punditionally challenged?
He just didn’t have a real acting rage. Bandit’s seen a lot better, don’t forget she’s done her thing in the packed arena where they really killed them. Amatuer hour is going to here might be good for a pratfall, but he won’t slay em like she’s seen done.
He mace have some duality, but it just wasn’t very sharp. He should have axe’d her from some perspective.
ah damn. typos killed this one’s slim chances of being funny.
Bandit has always reminded me of a cat.
Have you ever noticed that, no matter what cool stuff you do, your cat is like “Yeah? So?”
No one will punish you for it.
There’s something fishy about rachel landing on a convenient ship.
Excuse me Did you just start a battle of fish puns?
I’m herring the same thing.
These puns are going to just go on salmon.
Hopefully Rachel won’t be floundering in the water with Gralor! Gralor may need some backup grunts and sergeant majors to deal with the tough nun, but I suspect she can summon angels of her own if she’s needs help. I sure hope Rachel schools Gralor’s ass. Eel be tuna in on Friday and find out what happens!
I don’t think a shrimp like Bandit can wrassel with a beast like Graylor.
This is an urchint situation…
Don’t try, you’re just going to get schooled.
He’s not squidding!
I’ve haddock up to here with these puns!
Hey, don’t try to sink our pun!
I fear Rachel is sleeping with the fishes
She’s resting safely in her seabed.
Mahi-Mahi not. That was a rather long fall and the convenient safe landing is a rather trout concept. Though being an adventurer I wouldn’t grouper together with ordinary people. Not to mention the writer probably still have a porpoise for her in the story.
They’ll pool their resources to save her.
More puns guys! you know the dill!
Personally, I’ve always preferred tartare sauce. Anything else with fish and I’d feel like such dill.
Band of Summer Flame:
Good for party tricks, battle tactics, and relighting your comrade’s cigar.
I just now noticed that’s what E-Merl is doing. He’s such a bro.
BROS! BROS! BROS!
this realization just pushed the page from exceptional to brilliant.
Gralor looks just swell at the moment, he’s sure to make waves!
The Auld Grump
some days it’s hard to get out of your sea bed.
True, but it looks like this fight will be worth it – Gralor should have a whale of a time.
Maybe he’s peaceful and there to take his buddies home. You know, prove to the Gastonians he can be the bigger fish about all this.
There’s always a bigger fish.
Ohhhhhhh no, there goes Gasto-ni-a
Go go Guh-ralor!
Is the shark going to jump…IS IT!?!?
Heh…those land sharks were easily my favorite part of the “Best” adventure. :D
Ugh. There’s something fishy about the convenient placement of that boat in the background. Now I find myself oddly interested in assigning a romantic pairing to a particular flying nun. What’s that called, again?
I see what you did there.
I had a feeling he was going to get cut short here…
His rage really was dwarfed in comparison to Byron’s.
Sword of lacking if you ask me.
Cue “The Music.” I can’t be the only one who automatically heard this beginning to play in their head.
Nah. Try this:
I was thinking Magical Trevor 4.
I was thinking FFVII boos fight music…yeaaaaaaaaah!!!
Huh, I think you’re thinking of another song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUjxPj3al5U
Honestly? I heard this.
isn’t music, but it was the first thing to come to minds nevertheless.
The berserkerrrrrrrr appears constipated.
this group is more fun to watch than the original adventuring party
New characters do have their charm.
It’s a bad idea to let sandrash get to the point that swords sprout from your beard. Ask your cleric for details.
Here comes the boss!
Am I the only one very amused by the cigar lighting happening in the second panel?
I gotta say it took me a second go get “sandrash” as a swear word from a desert dweller.
Come on guys. A giant water monster is about to kill the heroes, and you won’t stop kraken jokes.
I spy with my little eye…
ahaha, last page already made me think about ben stiller in mystery men, but now, it’s totally it XD
E-merl relighting Scipio’s trimmed cigar in panel 3 is a nice touch. :-)
You know, with something rising from the depths, and a character landing on a fishing boat, there seems to be a pun involving the line “That’s a lot of fish”, but damned if I’m able to articulate it right.
I’ll admit, I was feeling the Godzilla vibe when I first read this. But now, I’m thinking about it more. What’s the savage race we haven’t heard from yet?
“We’re gonna need a bigger boat.”
Aside from the big dino-things they were putting houses on and riding, I don’t recall seeing anything even remotely big enough to cause a bump in the water like that one. It should be interesting to see what pops up.
I’m curious though, if this thing lives in the water, and it isn’t an amphibian/reptile type creature, then is it’s only longer-term use to blockade the ports and destroy shipping? Not that there’s anything wrong with that, but it does limit the threat factor to those on land.
I’m pretty sure it’s going to be a Shark-Man, a very, very, very large Shark-Man.
Check the cover for this chapter and get back to us.
Ahem. Yes. Well now. Let’s just chalk that one up to short-term memory loss.
That being said, “Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn”.
It only just struck me.
That’s a pretty distinct roar for something that’s still underwater.
Is it a vocalized roar, or the sound made by water rushing in though?
Though it’s still pretty impressive.
Ok, better stab these two before they get underfoot.
Bandit in panel 1: “Eh, I was killed by a berserker before it was cool.”
This calls for a Byronapult.
I wonder where my fish has gone? a fish a fish a fishy oooohh!
They just need Aquaman and/or Namor and everything will be fine.
Didn’t Namor once use a gigantic horn to control massive seabeasts to attack the land-dwellers?
That’s what the kids are calling it these days?
Man, smart as Reeds is, you’d think he’d have figured it out by now.
That was a Moby-Dick move on their part.
I think this Gralor is gonna be the tentacle that we saw on the cover of this chapter. Just a guess.
That giant thing with the tentacle…is what Gralor eats.
Really loving what E-Merl does with his fire magic.
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