CALLBACKS: Introducing the New Robot: Robot Mart
A plastic pal who’s fun to be with? Gosh, that sounds like the life.
My sentiments exactly!
And he’s so ridiculously CUUUUTE!!!!
OMG, Jackson! Why are you forcing this Gravatar on me??? This is so ridiculous!
The Gravatars are assigned at random! You can customize your own at Gravatar.com!
Lol @ Selin the bearded man.
come on salesman… saving me time isn’t a point in your favor when you are trying to sell me a timemachine bot…
Also, do you finance? I have a shiny nickel for downpayment…
But what about the Metallix 780?
squillion…that’s a lot of money
Also, Howard’s being smart, not buying that time machine. I bet it doesn’t even work.
Not sure why, but I expected something different from this arc.
I remember in elementary school, I’d see screenshots in Nintendo Power and always envision the levels differently from how they actually were in the video game. When I finally got to play, say, Super Mario World on the demo machines at Sears and Service Merchandise, I’d be surprised at how the stage layouts actually ended up being. I don’t know if you feel anything like that about this arc, but hopefully it turned out to be a pleasant surprise and there weren’t too many koopas.
Oh, it’s good. Nicely different. And I wasn’t enough of an oldtimer to remember the robot. Just the ending reminded me about the end of Penny-Arcade art in the zombie mall.
I crib from the best.
Suspicious pal who’s fun to be with suspiciously sets my suspicions to Clank from Ratchet and Clank. Jackson, you a fan? It would be cool if you were
Also, sorry for missing almost everything! I’ve been busy with stuff DX
I’ve never played any of the Ratchet & Clank series, unfortunately. The “RoboBuddy” from panel 1 is sort of a miniaturized mix of Marvin from the 2005 Hitchhiker’s Guide film and Sony’s QRIO.
No problem about missing almost everything…folks get busy sometimes.
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