|Explosion, flower, or popcorn?|
This issue promises to be quite EXPLOSIVE! Get it? HAHA HURR HURR.
This issue, entitled 'Blamo!' begins with some space combat. I guess this was inspired by the scene in Star Wars where the Millennium Falcon fights off some TIE fighters with swivel turret lasers or whatever.
I guess I didn't know how to spell eject. Close, but no cigar.
After all that build up and all that explanation, I just blow up their new spaceship. I guess I was tired of that idea. I originally planned on it being their new mobile base or something, but no, let's just blow it to smithereens.
Clyde fails to eject properly, but apparently it doesn't matter, because now he has super powers or something.
So I guess Clyde now has super powers. Perhaps the very violence of the explosion gave him violence powers, since he's all about violence? I never even read Punisher comics, but Clyde seems to be a similar sort of archetype: skulls, ammo bandoleers, and guns. I refer to the Punisher as 'Violence Man,' (which is also a reference to something! Can you guess what it is?), because Violence is what he do.
I wonder if I lost a page to this comic, or if I forgot to formally end it, but this is where issue 35 comes to a close. Riveting, no? So what will happen to our boys in space now? I DUNNO! ACTUALLY I DO! AND IT'S DUMB!