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I find Michael Eisner much more believable as a supervillain than Walt Disney. I also, however, find Eisner still more believable as an incompetent supervillain whose schemes are based entirely on immediate gain without regard for long-term consequences. That is, after all, how he led the company.
As someone else who has worked for the Mouse and has family still doing so, that last panel is absolutely hilarious (and true).
Walt Disney was a genius. Whether or not he was an evil genius we shall never know. But it's nice to dream.
Third panel kills it again.
"The fact you have a point is almost as scary as the point you have."
Maybe it's my central Florida roots. But this is one of your funniest comics to date. It's not silly funny, it's cerebral funny.
So you won't make new BIs because you fear you're losing your originality? I can understand that (regrettably), but I will say that you are being a terrible Jim Davis impersonator.
Yes. I hate Garfield.
A bit off topic, but I just read about the end of the comic. Devastating news, Scott! The wit and wordplay in this comic make it one of the funniest I read, bar none!
At the very least, promise us a great going away comic or two. Maybe one last hurrah with Rocket Hat and the Moon Men, and a bit "How to Stop Production on a Beloved Webcomic"? I could at least find it bittersweet instead of just sad if I have something like that to look forward to!
Thanks again for all the years of laughs! I'll be sure to pick up your books once income allows and support your new direction. It's sure to be a winner with your sense of humor.
So, who would win in a fight between 44 robot presidents, and two dozen velociraptors?
The Bond movie villain comparison works for me. Wetland destruction is evil.
"In his house at Epcot, dead Disney waits dreaming."
This explanation by Scott is so scary and improbable it HAS to be true . . .
Having known several people who worked at Disney studios, the last panel was particuarly funny and likely if Walt had been in the deep freeze!
"The fact that you have a point is almost as scary as the point you have." I am so stealing that!
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