CALLBACKS: Introducing the New Robot: Robot Mart, ButlerMech 5000, Kawaii Bishoujoroid DX
Just draw yourself as the owner of the store
But that would be cheating!
I kind of love that premise. If nothing else, please make a spin off of Goliath the Wardroid: Accountant.
It’ll be great. He can be shuffling papers and OOOPS! they all go flying around the room! Everyone’s like, “Goliath…” WAAAH WAAAHHHH
Then later, he trips at the water cooler and the girl he has a crush on walks past and giggles into her hand and he’s embarrassed.
Please. Please make this.
I would, but I’d just be rehashing Warbot in Accounting. Great minds think alike.
Can I turn that salesman into a sandwich?
You’re certainly welcome to try! He’s not being very helpful as is.
Turn into a sandwich, you unhelpful salesman! Abracadabra! *poof*
Oh, and I’ll feed him to Howard because I’m a nice mage.
Man, I don’t wanna eat that dude! What if I absorb his powers of overcharging and being totally useless?
Holy cow, it actually worked.
The Hope Diamond, according to wikianswers, would be worth around $200-250 million.
Jeffrey E. Post, mineralogist, National Museum of Natural History says: “There’s simply nothing else like it. So how do you put a value on the history, on the fact it’s been here on display for over 50 years and a few hundred million people have seen it, and on that fact it’s a rare blue diamond on top of everything else? You don’t.”
But you could draw it and buy it to use in your comic for the fair price. Besides, there’s a lie about the curse that was put on the diamond and you could do more with that in your comic than the diamond itself.
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