These people are exceedingly casual about the whole Secret Identity thing. Then again, there is a wizard somewhere in the same room who wipes memories for a living.
Sorry I was late today, everyone, I am on break but things are busy and I am a master procrastinator.
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My God could it be?! A comic with only minimal copy-pasting!! Call the presses!
So this has been a pretty shitty week, huh? Convenient that I had a whole comic about retaining the hope to fight against impressive (and oppressive) forces already scripted. I hope you all make it through the difficult times to come, and want you to know that I will stand with you in whatever way I can. We may not have superpowers, but that doesn’t mean we have to succumb to the malevolent Nazis in real life. (MAN I wish that were a euphemism)
The barrel-of-monkeys-Rang thrown by MM smacked the Nazi super-gun out of his hand while cutting his palm, in case that’s not clear. I couldn’t get a speed effect to look quite right.
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I considered having Aya do that stupid Anime faceplant thing in the last panel, but 1) it might look weird, like Tim and April knocked her over or something, and 2) she’s wearing a skirt and I don’t do cheesecake in this comic.
Here’s the comic without the foreground, because I like how that flaming car came out and you can’t see it because of the characters. Stupid characters! Why can’t you be as awesome as a flaming car falling from the sky?! (flaming car art inspired by this page of The Adventures of Dr. McNinja, in which the characters are as awesome as a flaming car falling from the sky)
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Seriously, can you imagine if that sort of thing just happened in real life? Turtlenecks that are somehow simultaneously snug and too long?!
On another note, I’ve just recently realized how many other webcomics there are in this same theme, such as Spinnerette, The Non-Adventures of Wonderella, and League of Super Redundant Heroes. Which really leaves me with two options: I can strive for as much individuality and wit in my own writing as possible, hoping to distinguish myself from my peers… Or I can steal from those guys until I fear a lawsuit, then keep stealing. Decisions, decisions…