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i’m digging the eyepatch-hook thing he has going there
Leopold von Carnaj is one badass name. I want.
Cutthroat ambition? Another rival appears for the title of that whom makes the best puns!?
Oh oh! “Let me axe you a question!”… Hmm… Naah old, Oh oh!
“i SAW you!” – said while cutting a guy in half with a chainsaw.
“Let’s get to the ROOT of the problem!” – said when dealing with evil tree spirits.
“Good thing his BARK was worse than his bite!” – same thing :)
“The bullet train is leaving…” – said when you grab a bullet in mid-air, throw it back towards the shooter and manages to kill him with it…. What? My rouge/assassin got a almost max agillity so he should be able to do it! ;) ^^
That Pirate’s got a wicked left hook.
Cap’n Hookeye and Mr. Glee?
Let me guess, their deaths involved a crocodile -NO, WAIT, an ALLIGATOR.
camin, or drop bear…
Yeah, there are an enormous number of Peter Pan references piling up here. Who’s thinking he didn’t kidnap the kids for ransom, he did it so he could have his own ‘lost boys,’ especially if he’s found some magic that would make them never grow up?
I don’t know if you realized how much more creepy you have made this when you wrote that post. Then again, maybe he has a mansion with a roller coaster. Those are rad.
Ohhh those are some disturbing thoughts you and Wyrd have shared…
If you were around for the Michael Jackson trial then you’ve had them too. And your mind’s eye can’t ever unsee them.
Most elegant pirates ever.
Captain…hook…eye? Am I the only one who thinks thats a little much?
Hookeye â€“ noun
1. a two-piece clothes fastener, usually of metal, consisting of a hook that catches onto a loop or bar.
2. a three-piece latching device consisting of a hook attached to a screw eye or an eyebolt and a separate screw eye or eyebolt that the hook engages as it bridges a gap, as one between a door and a jamb or a gate and a gatepost.
3. Also called eyehook. the two-piece portion of such a device consisting of a hook and a screw eye.
Then again, “Cap’n Screw-eye” wouldn’t have fit the Peter Pan thing. And how many DM’s can resist running with a good bad pun?
‘course, with Screweye, you’re referencing something altogether different . . .http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/We%27re_Back!_A_Dinosaur%27s_Story_%28film%29
(I think it’s a bit sad that I remember random crap like that . . .)
I remember when that came out. Closed almost imediately…
So, some of you actually saw that?
I’m soooo sorry…
Yours is our 1,000th comment!
Does he win anything nifty? :D
An Ipod Nano, but he has to fill out two surveys and get thirty other people to do so as well.
Sweetness and light!
I shall be forever immortalized by . . . wait, it doesn’t actually MEAN anything does it?
Still though, I sorta feel honoured to be singled out like that. (And it’s bitchin’ that I found this comic in it’s early days)
Keep up the good work!
Mr. Glee seems to be happy with his situation… ekekekekekekekek
What did I say? Classy. Pirates.
Hehehe Hookeye…givin the stink eye. Cause it had to be said…
Love the pirates, and as a side note, the ad on the top of the page makes me laugh every time I see it. “I MAKE MORE MONEY THAN GOD”
Is that a Tale Spin reference?? =D
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