New Comics Every Weekday - Written by T Campbell & Phil Kahn - Illustrated by John & Jason Waltrip
It slices! It dices! Give one to the kids! Give one of to the neighbors! It’s the windysliceydicey…thing.
I, for one, would rather appreciate seeing these on the curbs at intersections in stead of all of the damned bucket people one sees this time of year. Hell, give ‘em a bell and stand ‘em outside of department stores instead of the Sally Army Santa.
Awesome a reader other than me got the reference!
High Falutin Magic-Users? Oh, Noes!
What Robes? Oh, these robes? No, no, I was just putting them away for a friend…uh…no, I found them..that’s it, I found them….
As a highfalutin’ magic user myself, I have something to say about this: “I prepared Explosive Runes this morning.”
Yeah, I’m not faling asleep while that thing is turned on, even if its set against everything else.
Wouldn’t the mechanical fighter, I don’t know, put other fighters out of a job? I mean, if a fighter can build one, a magic user can too, right?
Yes, it’s undefeatable unless someone develops the technology to step 2 feet to the side and walk around it!
I choose to believe the Landshark battle plan is based on an end goal of eating the enemy. Even if it’s metal.
Unless the mages strike an alliance with the rust monsters…
Aw, Byron looks so bewildered in the second panel. Keep it up, Erica!
Huh, my first thought was Hyperbole and a half’s Land Sharks. But then I haven’t watched SNL in years…
Awesome comic! Just found it and I’m hooked ¤__¤
Landsharks: more dangerous than lemmings, but not by much. At least they know how to queue up.
I miss you, Sundar. I miss you and you crazy, drunken, rambling shenanigans.
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